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This walking tour through Mouraria manifests one of the first local initiatives to really promote visits to the district, in order to help this otherwise almost forgotten neighborhood of Lisbon to self-discover its full potential and proudly illustrate its colorful beauty to the outside world. It aren’t only its ever-so-narrow alleyways and steep sets of staircases that make Mouraria so worth to visit, but also its rich and multifaceted cultural history, shaped over centuries by its multiethnic makeup and customs and traditions from all around the world. Mouraria is considered to be the birthplace of the Fado, Portugal’s world-renowned melancholic and mournful music genre, and offers an incomparably colorful palette of flavors and scents, musical tunes and dances, artisan goods and cultural organizations. ‘A Walk for Diversity’ is an urban walking tour that promotes the active integration of the refugee and immigrant community into the Portuguese society, demonstrating in full bloom all the benefits and untapped potential of a truly multicultural society. Discover this neighborhood through the eyes of a local as the migrant guides will share their most personal and cultural stories and memories with you during this 2.5 hour walking tour through the alleyways of Mouraria, in an experience that will really stimulate all your senses.
I'm Marco from U2Guide and together with Jay, Diogo, we will host this experiences. « Hi there! I’m Jay. As many in Mouraria neighborhood, I’m a forced migrant (I prefer to define myself as an avid traveler). I arrived in Lisbon a couple of years ago and before leaving my country, I was studying History and Geography. As such, when arriving to my new home, I’ve been so interested in Lisbon ancient history, made of migrations and becoming more and more welcoming and multiethnic. The I decided to become a guide: I’ll be sharing with you my own story and explaining our particular community of Mouraria, made of respect, understanding and multiculturalism. Eventually you’ll be experiencing what welcoming, diversity and dignity could (should?) be :-) »
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Up until today, Mouraria is considered Lisbon’s most multiethnic neighborhood and can be regarded as a symbol for Lisbon’s image as a truly multicultural European capital, triggered by Portugal’s ancient history and geographical proximity to the African continent. Nowadays, migrants make up around 30 percent of Mouraria’s local community, and over 50 different nationalities are living here side by side.
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A walk in Lisbon's cultural melting pot
Frá $29 á mann
Frá $29 á mann