PORTUGAL

Mural Art Duo – Diogo and Jagoda – MOTS

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Porto – Magical city with charm and style on the Iberian Peninsula

Porto is one of the most fascinating, magical and wonderful cities in Europe. The second largest city in Portugal is warm-hearted, open, colourful, absolutely livable and multicultural. With about 240,000 inhabitants, the city is not one of the densely populated and gigantic metropolises of this planet. Porto is a small town, even in a European comparison. That’s not supposed to mean anything. The city is a hit and captivates with sizes in other areas! The entire metropolitan area of Porto has a population of 1. 76 million. That is why Porto is clearly the economic and cultural hub and angling punt in the north of Portugal. The city is a real balancing act and, despite its relatively small size, has a lot to offer and experience. An absolute must!

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Madeira Island – Streetart Funchal – Colorful Doors, Whale Murals and Garbage Art

The city of Funchal is located in the eastern part of the Atlantic ocean and is the capital of the Portuguese island of Madeira, which is about 710 km off the Moroccan coast at equator height. In the cozy town you can find smaller urban works of art and larger murals in many spots, but a very special place is the Rua de Santa Maria with the adjacent streets. Artists have brought the once run-down and half-ruined district back to life with a creative and colorful project: the “Projecto artE pORtas abErtas” which means “Open Door Project”.

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Streetart Porto – International Flair and Portuguese Graffiti

Of course, a city with so much quality also needs a street art scene of the extra class. That’s what Porto can do. The decaying charm of some buildings contributes very well to highlighting the art even more. Many local artists, painters and graphic artists are at work here. But international artists also have spots in the heart of Porto. In addition to the azulejos, which are already great art in themselves, the open-air galleries expand and open up the cultural horizon of the city. Both for tourists and locals.

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Lisboa – Lisbon – Lissabon

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