What you'll do
This is a mix of street art, food, architecture and politics. I'll show to you many monumental murals and the story that goes behind theme while we walk around passing through some of the most iconic buildings of the city. Many graffiti have a social purpose and a direct impact on the community. I will present it to you and I will be curious to hear your opinions. This tour is intentionally not covering "Vila Madalena" and the Batman Alley, as I believe that urban movements and social issues occur elsewhere ;) Sao Paulo is one of the places that host a huge gastronomic diversity, often of the highest quality. Here also food is art, a form of expression During the walk we'll have the chance to make some stop and savor the delights that the center of SP has to offer us. This tour is for those who want to go a little further a tourist experience and want to dig deep into the reality of this city. Ready for it?!
Currently studying for being a professional Tour Guide in Brazil and Latam, I’m a traveler, humanist, graduated on film, theatre and fine arts. In love with languages, cities, and cultures. Originally from the ancient city of Pompeii, I've been guiding walking tours in Italy, Spain and Portugal and since 2 years here in Sao Paulo. I'm the founder and creator of Concrete Jungles Walking Tours, a project of very successful Free Walking tours running here in Sao Paulo and started in Lisbon in 2016. Living in São Paulo I felt in love for this city its history and incredibly rich and divers culture New achievements of 2019: - I'm now São Paulo Experience Community Leader for Airbnb - My project won this year the Certificate of Excellence on TripAdvisor - As Google Local Guide I got selected for the 2019 Connect in San Jose, California!
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Where you'll be
Our first stop will the the Copan Building and the Pivô Gallery After this we'll visit Roosevelt Square, the "Minhocão" Viaduct, and one of the biggest murals ever made in the world. We'll make a food stop at a special place and then get to the street of taggers. This walk goes around an area called Republica and ends at the Sesc 24 de Maio, an incredible Cultural Centre with always very nice exhibitions and a terrace I'm sure you'll love :)
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 8 guests aged 18 and up can attend.
This is a walking tour so I recommend comfy shoes and a good attitude :) Even thought no worries, we take it easy and make a few stops. Almost everywhere in SP you can pay with card but if you like you can bring some cash
Street Art is not for lazy tourists