Finding Treasures in Portugal

Crazy colours!

Just incase you didn’t know. I am in love with Portugal. I don’t know why I didn’t come sooner to this stunning country where the food is just amazing, the people are as warm as the summer sun and the scenery makes me breathless.

And to add, Portugal is just full of treasures. By treasures here I mean art treasures, or better known as street arts. I love a decent street art that adds beauty in a place. I love it when they are painted in bright colours and contain bold statements.

Portugal is full of it. Some street arts are hard to miss, some are hidden and some are placed in a non-typical place. Here is a photo essay of what I saw in the streets of Lisbon and Porto.

When one head is not enough
When one head is not enough


I love this one, it’s so girly and different to the rest of the street arts.


While the other street arts are painted or sprayed, this one is totally unique. The artist used the chipped brick to create a face. I must say this is pretty stunning, don’t you agree?


This lady totally caught my attention. I assume she’s the Queen of Heart, she is so cool with her I-don’t-care facial expression, I just LOVE it.



I found this little giraffe in the street of Porto, not a huge street art but it attracted my attention with its bright orange paint.


And of course Zorro is from Porto! Look, he is holding a glass of red wine!


Do you love street arts as much as I do? Which one is your favourite Portuguese street art?

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30 Comment

  1. AAAAAAAAAKKK! *niruin street art gambar cewek mangap*

    1. Coba Hans fotonya 🙂

  2. jerapahnya unyu abisssss, sukaaaa ggyyy

    wah kalo ke Penang mau foto2 beginian juga deh, banyak kan yah katanya, abis kalo ke Portugal masih nabung dulu ggy,

    1. Oo di Penang ada juga ya? Wah gw dah dua kali kesana gatau..ayoo ayook ke Penang berburu street art 😉

  3. Gorgeous, dear! I’ll have another street art post soon, from Chicago. The Mexican American neighbourhood is full of it.

    1. Can’t wait to see the post! Absolutely a street art fan 🙂

  4. I’m so jealous of you going to Portugal. Missed this place during my Europe trip. I’m back in China. I love the graffiti work, something unusual!

    1. You have to go there once you are back in Europe. It is a stunning place! 🙂

  5. Hihihi….lucu…kreatif bangett. Paling suka yang gambar wajah di tembok yang sengaja dibrocel ( boso campur aduk ) 🙂

    1. Iyap! That’s my favourite too! Takes a lot of creativity to create that huh? 😉

  6. disangkanya itu tembok yg kelupas, ternyata ada gambar muka org berkumis :p

    1. So creative yaa 🙂

  7. I love photos of street art from around the world! And Zorro rocks. 😀

    1. Hey Pola! Zorro certainly knows where to get the best wine, in Porto! 😀

  8. I love street art. The chipped brick technique is definitely my favourite. I have seen it used in Berlin.

    1. It is also one of my fav! It’s so different than the rest, the artist is supposed to be this really famous guy who’s been doing street arts all over Lisboa!

  9. Everytime you post about Portugal, I want to go there even more!

    1. I really hope you will go and can’t wait to hear about it from your side of story 😉

  10. Kereeen….aku pengen rumahku di cat kayak gitu aja..hehe

    1. Sini kak aku cat-in 😀

  11. Love the street arts!
    My favourite is the little giraffe! 😉

    1. Simple but cute 😀
      Thanks Oom Timot

  12. I see we’ve been around the same hood:
    So happy to read you’re in love with my country.
    You are always “bem-vinda”, that is, welcome! 🙂

    1. I absolutely love your country! I never wanted to leave and when I did I even started crying! Not a lot of countries have that effect on me 😉

  13. That chipped brick face is incredible, I can’t even imagine the amazing art that these artists probably paint at home too. Thanks for the photos!

    1. I know isn’t it amazing! I feel like coming back to Lisbon to discover more amazing arts!

  14. Januari di Jogja ga kak?kita hunting grafiti Jogja yuk?hehe

    1. Kayaknya ada kak, mauuu! Kabari aja yak 🙂

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  16. […] Keep your eyes wide open while in Lisbon to spot the city’s street arts. Street arts can be found in many area in Lisbon so it is always fun to do street art hunting while you stroll aimlessly around the city. You can also take a street art tour if you’d like to learn more about them. As a street art lover, I was completely satisfied with my “hunt”. […]

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