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Palermo: Graffiti and Street Art Guided Tour in English

1. Palermo: Graffiti and Street Art Guided Tour in English

Stroll through the colorful streets of Palermo in Buenos Aires on a guided walking tour. See thought-provoking graffiti and street art while learning about the neighborhood’s history from your guide.   Travel back in time to the 1920's and understand the political movements gaining traction in Argentina at the time. Discover how graffiti was seen as political endorsement and how it was used as propaganda and for election campaigns.   Then, learn about the arrival of aerosol paints in 1969 and the influence of a different military government. Discover how the new material allowed messages to be written much faster than before and how this impacted the urban movements during the 1970's. Listen to stories about how Argentinians became progressively more involved in the act of protesting and the social conflict of the time.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 13 reviews

It was just great! I had a chance to learn new names and enjoy the lovely walk down the Palermo-soho narrow streets. I would def recommend this tour to English speakers. The guide Mariano leads the tour very well, interesting and not boring. Thank you!

The tour was super informative and we saw some great art. Jacqueline our guide was fantastic, her humour was appreciated and she gave us just the right amount of information.

Fabulous, well versed and knowledge faultless. A must do to appreciate not just street art but how it is part of the national psyche. A genuine must do

Stephen was great. It was a hot day and he kept us in shady areas. We enjoyed hearing about the artists and history of Palermo.

Short and focussed small tour with Marianne (spelling). Knew her stuff and kept it interesting without facts overload