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Lisbon: Street Art Tuk Tuk Tour

1. Lisbon: Street Art Tuk Tuk Tour

Enjoy a tuk tuk tour of Lisbon's phenomenal street art. See walls of Marvila– an open-air gallery where you can see the work of international graffiti artists celebrating Ibero-American culture. Marvel at 15 huge pieces of art on buildings situated on the top of a hill. Enjoy the view of Tejo in the distance.  Stroll through a neighborhood where, at every new corner, you uncover a layer of the history of Lisbon. There are 17th and 18th-century convents and palaces, art deco industrial warehouses and buildings, vilas of factory workers, and urban vegetable gardens. 

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Lisbon: Street Art Tour

2. Lisbon: Street Art Tour

Explore the colorful streets of Lisbon and discover an open-air gallery of today's most innovative urban street artists. See graffiti and sophisticated murals, and get a feel for the locals. Encounter whimsical murals of lizards and horses on the side of an entire building, along with political and social statements such as Uber's "Boy Crying" as a contrast to the wealth of the surrounding area. View small masterpieces concealed in the hidden alleys of the Old Town, and large-scale installations in wide open areas. Look at work in progress and see art that has been there for decades as you discover some of the best street art in Europe.

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Lisbon: Kickstart Street Art Walking Tour

3. Lisbon: Kickstart Street Art Walking Tour

Join this 1.5-hour street art excursion with an enthusiastic guide and see some of Lisbon’s best secret spots that are covered in unique urban art.   Explore historical neighborhoods while taking in the city’s modern atmosphere. In Lisbon, art is everywhere: visit the Street Art Gallery Chão do Loureiro, a parking lot that has been taken over by renowned artists and turned into something beautiful. Another highlight is your visit to Caracol da Graça, where graffiti lines the entire street.   Become an explorer and see works by many domestic and international artists like Vhils, Obey Giant, Utopia, Nomen, and a lot more.

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Lisbon: Street Art Walk

4. Lisbon: Street Art Walk

Reveal the secrets of Lisbon and its street art on this 3.5-hour walking tour for groups of up to 8 people. Find hidden places with your private guide, and get an overview of the entire historical Alfama district. After greeting your guide at the meeting point, set off on your street art adventure. Explore the city's old neighborhoods and both its old and new street art. Visit the outdoor urban gallery in Bairro Alto to admire the amazing tile work and sidewalk patterns. During your tour, see some of Lisbon's secret artistic places, such as the street art gallery in the Chão do Loureiro car parking lot. Find some of the freshest art at Caracol da Graça, and maybe even see artists at work at the legal place to paint, Calçada da Glória. Throughout your tour, stay aware, and keep looking up and down, because art is everywhere. Once your tour is over, take home an artistic souvenir to remember your amazing experience.

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Lisbon: 3-Hour Street Art Tuk Tuk Tour

5. Lisbon: 3-Hour Street Art Tuk Tuk Tour

Lisbon has become a cosmopolitan city over time. From the time of the caravels departing for the discovery of new worlds until today, the city has reinvented itself so that tradition and modernity live together today in unique harmony. Urban art and intervention took over the streets and avenues giving color and brightness to the city showing a modern and vanguard side of one of the oldest cities in Europe. This is a tour designed especially for all those who want to unveil a bit of street art scattered throughout the streets of Lisbon. A surprise at every corner by the hands and the creativity of well-known artists and others that remain anonymous. Also appreciate the more traditional corners of the city such as the neighborhoods of Castelo, Graça, Alfama and Bairro Alto. Enjoy the views from some of the best viewpoints and of course, do not forget to bring your camera. 

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Lisbon: Guided Tour for An Overview of The City

6. Lisbon: Guided Tour for An Overview of The City

Get an overview of the historic city center districts of Lisbon on the Revelation tour. Explore the heart of the city like a local from Baixa, Rossio, and Bairro Alto. Indulge in a Pastel de Nata. Get a glimpse into Lisbon's special atmosphere and the authenticity that carved the character of the vibrant city. Go on the winding tracks of the tram, the narrow streets, and the area's best viewpoints. Start at the most stunning entrance to the city, Praça do Comércio. On your way to its heart, the center of Lisbon since the medieval period, Rossio, explore Baixa, the downtown area that was planed after the 1755 earthquake. Afterward, go up the hill to visit Bairro Alto. Get breathtaking views of Lisbon. See some monuments that survived the earthquake. After passing by Chiado, the most elegant shopping area, embark on a tram ride to Portas do Sol for one of the best viewpoints in Lisbon.

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Lisbon: 2-Hour Street Art Photo Tour

7. Lisbon: 2-Hour Street Art Photo Tour

Discover Lisbon's street art during a 2-hour photo tour. Wander through some of Lisbon's oldest and most popular neighborhoods and marvel at the spectacular street murals. After meeting your guide, set off on your exploration of Lisbon's famous street art, with new pieces appearing every day. Walk from the downtown area to the top of the castle hill, so be prepared to go up and down several hills; the art will be worth the effort, though. Take a journey into the world of street art with your guide and hear about its history in Lisbon. Enjoy time to take pictures of all the art and soak up the views of the Tagus River.

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Lisbon: Alternative Walking Tour

8. Lisbon: Alternative Walking Tour

This alternative tour of Lisbon takes you under the skin of the city to discover the culture and creativity of one of Europe's coolest capitals. This walk around alleyways and secret passages will reveal the best of the street art in Lisbon, which is constantly changing. You will see the works of local and international artists, from tiny sculptures to large-scale murals. From the graffiti to the master pieces, from the paste-up posters to public mural projects. The walk starts in the city center, before winding away off the beaten track to Bairro Alto, Chiado, Baixa, Alfama, and Graça. You will get to see all of the leading different areas of the city, consisting both of the old and modern neighborhoods, seeing how the gentrification process is changing these local areas. You will learn about the social history of Portugal and how it has influenced its arts and architecture, and will also get to know the poets who inhabited this town and how their literature and poetry contributes to Lisbon's charm and grace. You will later take a break in a local ice-cream shop, and can try Portuguese empanadas, paired with a fresh lemonade. This is a good chance to meet the other travelers or enjoy the opportunity to get some extra tips from your expert local guides whilst relaxing a bit before the last part of your tour. Following the break, you will make your way to the most astonishing viewpoint over the city of Lisbon, tracking your way back and getting a better understanding of the geography of this beautiful town.

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Lisbon: Local Neighborhoods Private Walking Tour with Snack

9. Lisbon: Local Neighborhoods Private Walking Tour with Snack

Experience everyday life in Lisbon on a guided walking tour and venture beyond the usual tourist sites with a local guide. Go to neighborhoods where only the locals go and chat about life in the city over a cup of Portuguese coffee.    Visit the first church in the world dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus with a stop at the Basilica de Estrela. Continue to the old Campo de Ourique area and discover the former home of the writer, Fernando Pessoa.  Discover upscale areas and hipster neighborhoods of small streets, boutiques and cafes. End at the LX Factory and feel the creative energy of the art scene.   

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Lisbon: Experience Alfama the Old Quarter Walking Tour

10. Lisbon: Experience Alfama the Old Quarter Walking Tour

Discover the historic heart of Lisbon, by taking a step back in time as you walk to see the brightly pained, albeit weathered houses, the pretty flowers bursting from balconies and the impressive tiling that decorates almost every inch of the district of Alfama. Learn why Alfama is also home to some spectacular and significant churches and cathedrals. Visit Romanesque Sao Jorge Cathedral with its twin castellated bell towers, the Igreja de Santa Engrácia-Panteão Nacional which is one of the most recognizable buildings in the Alfama skyline, and the Igreja de São Vicente de Fora, admired for its spectacular Baroque canopy over the altar.  Then, See the Jewish memorial and find about the Massacre in Lisbon with its consequences in the city. Explore the Roman theatre museum with an insight into the roots of Lisbon. Enjoy the views from Lisbon Castle and the Baixa district. Observe the excellent museums that provide cultural division and walk thorough Lisbon’s biggest flea market. Enjoy some of the best views in Lisbon from lofty squares such as the Miradouro Largo das Portas do Sol, it was once the entrance gates to the old city. Learn about such key themes as Moorish rule and influence, Lisbon’s working class, and of course Fado music and culture along the way.

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What people are saying about Lisbon Metropolitan Area

Fantastic guided tour by tuk tuk around Lisbon, particularly the areas not usually experienced. The street art was fantastic, and we learnt a lot about Bordalo II's "trash art" as well as going away from the centre and seeing how street art had brightened up and united some of the communities of Lisbon. Fantastic guide, who really brought things to life and was lovely company. He really made the tour so enjoyable. Really recommend!!

Joao was very knowledgeable about the Lisbon Street Art scene and had an interesting perspective on respect amongst different artists and how their art should be viewed both geographically and historically. The differences between the three neighborhoods we explored (Bairro Alto, Mouraria and Grace) were clear and informative. Highly recommended.

Pedro was an excellent guide. Very personable. Knows the art work very well. Took very good photos of art work, in the rain, for us too! We highly recommend the tour and Pedro!

Thiago was brilliant... couldn't have had a better time. We went WAY off the beaten track and all the better for it. Highly recommend this tour!

Igor wa connected to the strret art scene, new relevant and interesting stories. Thanks