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graffitimundo is non-profit organisation which celebrates graffiti & street art in Buenos Aires and supports its artists. We run tours in close collaboration with a network of street artists, and share our first hand knowledge of the scene through...more
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Costa Rica 5929, Buenos Aires 1414, Argentina
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Reviewed 4 days ago

The tour is mix of 3 hours walking and mini bus tour .Very informative .Our guide ,Melisa was very gentle and nice. she was enthusiastic about street art.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank dianar_10
Reviewed 4 days ago

I highly recommend this tour if you are interested in the intersection between art and activism. Our guide was very knowledgeable about art and social movements in La Boca and Buenos Aires. She explained the symbolism in the murals and the greater social context. You...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I knew nothing about street-art and graffiti. After this tour, led very ably by Aminata, we were impressed! And delighted. We learned about how the art grew, the different styles, some of the vocabulary (tags & throw-ups!!). And we saw lots of...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Uday W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I did the two hour small group walking tour and loved it. I like street art but don’t know much about the various styles, so on the tour I got to enjoy some great art but also learn about the history and styles of graffiti...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed October 28, 2018 via mobile

Without a doubt, this is a "must do" tour in Buenos Aires. You learn about all the famous artists of graffiti in this city and you travel through the most beautiful street art in town.

Thank Pedro P
Reviewed October 13, 2018

My friend and I signed up for the tour after seeing the previous Trip Advisor reviews and the Lonely Planet rec. We aren't usually "tour people" but we loved our experience and we recommend it! Our tour guide was kind, informative, patient with our picture-taking...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank CassyBee33
Reviewed October 13, 2018

GraffitiMundo specializes in walking tours in the Colegiales and Palermo areas of BA. By itself, that is different from most tours. On this one, the focus is on the art painted on the walls in the neighborhood, most of which has been commissioned by owners....More

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed September 11, 2018 via mobile

We have done several street art tours, and this was awesome. We were also given a wealth of history. Highly recommend!

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed July 10, 2018

loved this tour. very enlightening and a bit of history thrown in. would highly recommend this to anyone interested in street art.

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed July 5, 2018

My friend and I had a great time this tour. Not only did we get to see some amazing works of street arté but we also got a nice history of the city. It was nice having that perspective for the rest of the trip....More

Date of experience: June 2018
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buildings, and home to the Museum of Latin American
Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a favorite amongst
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TravelBugGoont
September 25, 2017|
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Response from Jasp99 | Reviewed this property |
The meeting point was at Fundacion Proa art gallery which is a modern building near the waterfront on the edge of the Caminito tourist area. Our taxi driver did not know where Fundacion Proa was but took us to Caminito area... More
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December 26, 2016|
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Sorry I actually can't answer these questions as we were only paticipents and nothing to do with the company of Graffitimundo. I do know they only do the one from La Bocca twice a week. There are two tours and both are... More
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August 21, 2015|
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Response from FreeYourMind1 | Reviewed this property |
The North tour which starts at 3pm should end around 6pm near Palermo. The South tour starts at 2pm should end around 5pm near San Telmo.
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Marniewdc
WDC
Always something new to discover in BA (2 Replies)
Yesterday my DH and I took the North Graffiti Mundo Tour. I can definitely recommend ti. They have 2 tours, each lasting 3 hours - on foot and on very comfortable mini-busses. This is a non-profit group that promotes the Urban Street-Art Scene - and does it very well providing the history and color (sic) of the times/events/socio-political situations that this iconography represents. The artists' styles and themes become familiar by the end of the tour and they (Pum Pum, Jazz, NERF &...More
March 06, 2016|
Response fromlike2roam|
Seeing BsAs' graffiti was on my to-do list. But the Graffitimundo tour was fully booked, and I ended up with another rather disappointing graffiti tour. My review: tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g312741-d2… Did the Graffitimundo tour have a shuttle that take you to the really huge graffiti in different neighborhoods?
wallyg
Jersey City, New Jersey
Graffitimundo Tours? (6 Replies)
Has anyone taken one? We're trying to decide whether to take the regular tour or the Hidden Walls tour (or both?) or just schedule a private tour that can do a bit of both? We're both New Yorkers and neither of us has ever been to Buenos Aires, but we enjoy checking out the street art scene wherever we travel.
June 08, 2012|
Response fromwallyg|
Thanks. I'm already sold on the tour...just trying to figure out which one would be best for me...so any personal experience with the different tours would be greatly appreciated!
bateacher
Kelowna, Canada
Palermo suggestions (5 Replies)
We will disembark from the cruise port in the early AM. (9 ish). Our flight to Iguazu is 4:15 from AEP. (Jorge Newberry). The disembark excursions all go to EZE. We will have luggage. We don't want to arrive at the airport too early (1:30 to 2 pm is good). Looking for suggestions for a short self guided break enroute. It looks like Palermo is in the right direction, but all the Museums I checked don't open until too late. Graffitimundo Street Tour is too late in the day. There are a...More
January 05, 2018|
Response fromScarlettO1|
I love the Japanese Gardens. I can't quite picture you being able to wander around gardens and carry luggage too. Or even the sidewalks of Soho and cafes with luggage .. what kind of luggage ?