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Street art and graffiti are no where as prevalent as in São Paulo, where virtually no surface is left untouched. This lengthy stretch of high-walled residences in Vila Madalena, nicknamed Batman's Alley, showcases some of the most impressive spray...more
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This is an amazing place! With very nice gafittis, small street with all the walls painted by really good street artists! Colorfull!! You need only half an hour to take a look at the "Beco" but around there you are at Vila Madalena neighborhood, one...More
We visited back in 2009, but went for the graffiti, but stayed for everything else. You'd normally associate a graffiti alleyway with industrial or dilapidated city areas, but Vila Madalena is the opposite. It has upscale houses with some boutique (expensive) shops and bars. It'd...More
Head there to snap some pics for street cred and then head over to Tag N Juice just up the cobblestone to have a beer, see some art, or buy a bike. Pablo, the owner, speaks English. Saturday nights all the hip kids come out.
This is a strange little neighborhood of three or four streets where the walls are covered with spray paint art. I had seen it recommended in United's 3PD, so I figured I'd give it a whirl.
All the homes in this neighborhood (like most of...More