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Costa Rica 5929, Buenos Aires 1414, Argentina
+54 9 11 3683-3219
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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 friendly guided tours which reveal the extraordinary story behind the thriving urban art scene. Our tours take you off the beaten path to reveal the city's hidden graffiti hotspots and street art galleries. You’ll learn all about the Buenos Aires urban art scene, from the cultural and historical origins to the different styles and techniques on display. Stopping by an artists’ studio and finishing in the city’s only street art bar and gallery, the tour also gives you the chance to meet with artists and buy affordable artwork. All proceeds from our tours are used to keep our project running, and enable us to continue promoting the scene and supporting its artist.
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Costa Rica 5929, Buenos Aires 1414, Argentina
+54 9 11 3683-3219

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Had a fantastic three hour tour yesterday. We lucked out and had two guides as one was in training, which meant we got a very seasoned approach along with a fresh perspective. Both guides were super knowledgeable about BA history and culture as experienced through...More

Thank elizabeth s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

What a fun afternoon! Spending time in the Collegiales and Palermo neighborhoods of Buenos Aires and seeing various examples of street art gave a rich understanding of what this country and city have struggled with in the last 25 years or so. Miriam, our guide,...More

Thank Mary M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I was so happy because I expected to get a extensive introduction into the street art of Buenos Aires to make some good pictures. I thought they could show me something spectacular. The Tour lasted 3 hours and guess what: we saw ONLY 8 Paintings!!!!!!!...More

Thank armin_azad
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This tour brought our awareness of street art to a new level. The guide was very knowledgeable about the history and motivation behind these works of arts. The tour was a bit long for us as there is no place to sit/rest for most of...More

Thank Joanne B
Reviewed 21 September 2017

Starting off in La Boca was a great introduction and included some giant size art, the tour was a good pace and nice mix of walking and minibus to the locations. Although you could see these public works of art without a tour it was...More

Thank Jasp99
Reviewed 17 September 2017

We took both the Urban Art and Activism tour and the North City tour. Both guides had tremendous knowledge about the art (graffiti) and its meaning based in the political and cultural history of Buenos Aires. Absolutely strongly recommend both of these tours and suggest...More

Thank howardf3
Reviewed 11 September 2017

The tour was very good, it is very interesting to get to know about the historical, social and political background in Buenos Aires which makes us understand the specific and local aspects of graffiti and stencil. Union gallery is a great place and it is...More

Thank Danielarum
Reviewed 7 September 2017

We took the north city tour which starts in Colegiales and finishes in Palermo. The tour starts off with a pretty long story about the origins of street art in Buenos Aires. We learned about how the politics, economy, and everyday struggles during hard times...More

Thank vanillawafer
Reviewed 28 August 2017

1) Please do more research and tell the REAL history of graffiti in Argentina. It didn´t start in 2001, but around the last years of Juan Perón (´70´s) and his political propaganda. The taggings and the stencils began in the late 90´s. Nothing is new....More

Thank Mary c
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

Just finished our great North City Tour. Really amazing time with a great guide. Learned lots not only about the art culture of BA but also a lot of Argentine history. Would definitely recommend!

Thank Nick D
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26 September 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
26 December 2016|
Response from NewportAustralia | Reviewed this property |
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
21 August 2015|
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.