Get to know the real São Paulo by deciphering its graffiti and wall art.
The tour departs from Avenida Paulista and heads towards Rua Consolação, where we travel towards the Santa Cecilia district along the bike lane of the famous Minhocão Overpass. Along the route, you will see many columns painted by renowned graffiti artists as well as new talent. As we continue through the Arouche district and Anhangabaú Valley, look up to see the amazing murals that color the sides of several buildings in the area. From there, the bike tour heads to the North section of São Paulo, to the Open Museum of Urban Art (MAAU) which boasts over 50 murals on the columns of the elevated subway line. The tour ends at Juventude Park, which was created on the site of the once-infamous Carandiru Prison. Riding long the park’s trails, you can find graffiti hidden throughout the ruins of the former prison. You can schedule the Street Art Bike Tour in the morning and afternoon. The tour takes four hours and traverses 20 km (14 mi), with many breaks to admire and photograph the best urban art in São Paulo city.