It goes without saying that I picked Lisbon as my summer destination for its street art scene. Lisbon City Council has pioneered an active role for public art in its drive for urban renewal, so it’s no wonder that the Portuguese capital is more colorful and artsy than other European towns. As usual, graffiti hunting allowed me to discover some of the most creative outskirts in Lisbon and get to know the town beyond its touristy city center, confirming that ‘street art tourism’ might be the best way to explore a destination, or at least it works for me.
|Shatro Graffiti Shop, Sarajevo|
Today has been the day when I discovered how nice, welcoming and really kind Bosnian people are, starting from the waitress at the Shatro graffiti shop (where I stopped to thank them for helping me planning my graffiti hunt in Sarajevo) who gave me as a gift a cd by a friend of them who passed away very young.