Graffiti Tour Palermo
When: Monday to Saturday
Where: Plaza Serrano
Duration: 2 hours
Price: $10 USD or $700 ARS*
*Booking your spot for this tour is free! However, kindly note that this is a paid tour and that upon arrival, you will have to pay ARS 700 or USD 10 per person, in cash to your guide.
Explore the coolest neighborhood in Buenos Aires, the area with the highest density of cultural and gastronomic options in the city, so hip that they had to add Soho to its name! Join us on our Graffiti Tour Palermo and discover how art has become a modern form of existence.
Walk through a neighborhood that used to be a suburb and now has become the home of the most advanced movements in Buenos Aires. Imagine its past of dim-lit streets walked by bandits and malevos whistling improvised tunes from shadow to shadow. Admire its transformation, how humble one-floor houses with big wooden doors or rusty metal shutters have become works of art covered by murals or vertical gardens.
On our Graffiti Tour you will see and experience the cardinal features that define Palermo: fashion, gastronomy, leisure, street art, and avant-garde music. But most importantly: a place where the cutting-edge meets the tradition.
Kindly note that this is a paid tour. The cost is ARS 700 or USD 10 per person. Please bring cash to pay your guide upon arrival!
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My partner and I went on two "walks" while we were in BA. We did the City Tour with Javier, and later the Recoleta Cemetery Tour with Lilu (Maria). I've been two BA before and walked both areas sans a guide - and the experience was night and day with the guided tour. You learn so many interesting things on these tours! I think the Recoleta Cemetery tour in particular was top-notch as the history behind the place is amazing. Worth the time for sure.
netia1128 from Denver, Colorado
We had a really informative tour. Martin is really passionate about his city and this translates into a very enthusiastic way of explaining a bit of history of the city, hidden stories, a bit of a economical perspective about the current situation. Above all that, Martin is also a very funny and carrying guy , which makes the long walk very pleasant. He also gives a lot of tips about the food and entertainment in BA. I totally recommend to do the tour immediately after your arrival. His enthusiasm will make you love this city.
674malinai from Utrecht, The Netherlands
We took the Recoleta tour with Mary Ann who was superb. She has a deep knowledge of the history, spoke beautifully and was totally lovely an gracious. An A+ tour.
nbassil from Boston, Massachusetts
Plaza Serrano (a.k.a. Plaza Cortazar) in Palermo. Corner of Jorge Luis Borges and Honduras Street (See Map).
The Graffiti Tour Palermo runs from Monday to Saturday at 15.00 from Plaza Serrano (also known as Plaza Cortazar).
The Graffiti Tour Palermo ends at Gorriti & Lavalleja streets.
The Graffiti Tour Palermo lasts around 2h.
Yes, we will be there rain, hail or shine. Just make sure to have suitable clothing and consider bringing an umbrella if necessary.
Making a reservation for this tour is free! However, kindly note that this is a paid tour and that upon arrival, you will have to pay ARS 700 or USD 10 per person, in cash to your guide.
You will be required to pay in cash upon arrival to the starting point; $700 ARS / $10 USD per person.
We are then able to set the start time to whatever suits you and make the experience more personal. This is also a great option for groups of 8 people or more that are unable to join our free tours together.
Someone in our team will get back to you within 24h.