What you'll do
You'll learn the passionate history of Lisbon through a relaxed walk in which we'll focus on the street art. Throw your map away and follow me. Forget about the tourist places and discover the beauty, history, and my tips on the neighborhoods of Bairro Alto and Mouraria. Be prepared to see amazing work from amazing artists.
I'm a Belgian tour guide, and I'm easygoing and relaxed. I've lived in Lisbon since March 2014, and this town is now my town. I like to walk in becos—alleyways—and tiny streets, walk up and down, or just sit in the parks. I'm open-minded about everyone. An amateur in street art, I like to share these details with visitors.
1 Pastel de Nata
One drink I'll provide either a Ginjinha cherry liqueur or a soft drink.
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Where you'll be
We will begin this experience around the emblematic and colorful Bairro Alto area. It's quiet by day but busy at night. Before we get to the other neighborhood of Mouraria, we'll likely pass by "Calçada da Gloria"— a famous road about street art practice in downtown Lisbon. Once we arrive in Mouraria, where "fado"—the traditional music—was born, you'll be amazed by this place where the Portuguese spirit is still very much alive.
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests ages 7 and up can attend. Guests must remember that during this experience, we'll be walking around Lisbon, tasting traditional Portuguese food, drinking, and discovering street art and history. Kindly show respect for the culture and…
This experience includes alcohol. Only guests who meet the legal drinking age will be served alcoholic beverages.
Lisbon has seven hills and no mercy, so please wear comfortable shoes for walking. Bring an umbrella if the forecast looks bad—it might not happen, but we never know.
Explore history in the street art