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LocalAventura Tour: São Paulo Bike Tour: Street Art
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São Paulo Bike Tour: Street Art

See the street art of São Paulo on bike

3 hrs

São Paulo

1 ~ 10

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Bike through the streets of  São Paulo and view the vibrancy of the city’s art first hand. We’ll ride along several columns painted by renowned artists and view new talents of the local graffiti artists. Then we’ll ride to the Arouche neighborhood and Anhangabaú Valley where we can search for the amazing murals that color the sides of buildings. From that point, the bike tour goes on towards the North area of São Paulo, to the MAAU (Open Museum of Urban Art) which boasts over than 60 murals on the subway line columns.

Finally, the tour ends at Juventude Park, created in the same place as the old Carandiru prison. By riding the trails, you can find hidden graffiti through the ruins of the former prison. Feel free to take breaks to admire and photograph the best of urban art in the city of São Paulo. Art and a workout! Come for the sights and the people and leave inspired.


  • Meet Renato at the meeting point on Paulista Avenue
  • Bike through the lesser traveled bike lanes of Sao Paulo
  • Experience the vibrant art scene
  • Bike through the local prison and be inspired by the art
  • End your tour and venture home or to your next destination

Eligibility criteria

Participants must be able to bike at a leisurely pace for 3 hours.

What's Included

  • Bilingual guide
  • Bike and biking equipment
  • Bottle of water

What's not included



  • Wear comfortable clothes and sunscreen
  • Bring a camera


Good for Solo Traveler Good for Groups Good for Meeting People



In 2013 I started to work as a tour guide, guiding bike tours that focus on giving the city visitors a different view on São Paulo by providing bike tours around its most unusual and interesting spots. Ever since the beginning of this project, working as a guide has become a passion of mine.

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