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Underground Art & Graffiti Walking Tour

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per adult Price is AU$41
Duration: {0} Duration: 2h Non-refundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

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Dive into the underground art scene in Madrid on this guided tour through the city's most eclectic districts. With a local guide leading the way, uncover avant garde murals, modern sculptures, and multicultural street art while learning about the city's influential artists, both past and present.

Meet your guide by the entrance of Teatro Valle Inclan (Calle de Valencia, 1). Start your walk with a brief explanation of the history, techniques and the biography of the artists who belong to this underground movement.

From here, you head towards La Tabacalera, an artistic centre located in the Lavapies district. Listen as your guide explains how the Indian, Moroccan, and Senegalese communities have turned the area into a vibrant district full of diverse eateries and eye-catching street art.

As you travel towards Campo de Cebada, a public space marked by colourful graffiti and intricate murals, learn about the city's most influential artists. Hear the story of Muelle, considered the pioneer of graffiti in Spain, as well as Pastron #7, a master in train-writing who's spent significant time running from the police. Take a stroll through the square to get a closer look at the area's incredible artwork before saying goodbye to your guide.

Dive into the underground art scene in Madrid on this guided tour through the city's most eclectic districts. With a local guide leading the way, uncover avant garde murals, modern sculptures, and multicultural street art while learning about the city's influential artists, both past and present.

Meet your guide by the entrance of Teatro Valle Inclan (Calle de Valencia, 1). Start your walk with a brief explanation of the history, techniques and the biography of the artists who belong to this underground movement.

From here, you head towards La Tabacalera, an artistic centre located in the Lavapies district. Listen as your guide explains how the Indian, Moroccan, and Senegalese communities have turned the area into a vibrant district full of diverse eateries and eye-catching street art.

As you travel towards Campo de Cebada, a public space marked by colourful graffiti and intricate murals, learn about the city's most influential artists. Hear the story of Muelle, considered the pioneer of graffiti in Spain, as well as Pastron #7, a master in train-writing who's spent significant time running from the police. Take a stroll through the square to get a closer look at the area's incredible artwork before saying goodbye to your guide.

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11:00 AM, Walking Tour in English

Duration 2h No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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per adult
AU$40.77

Total price is AU$40.77, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Underground Art & Graffiti Walking Tour

Activity Location

Multiple Locations Visited

Madrid

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Teatro Valle Inclan

    1 Calle de Valencia

    Madrid 28012


Highlights

  • Deep-dive into Madrid's unique underground art scene

  • Off-the-beaten-path districts full of spectacular street art

  • Hip, dynamic & experimental exhibits at CALLE Lavapies

  • Colourful graffiti & intricate murals in Campo de Cebada

  • Insight into influential artists such as Muelle & Pastron #7


Inclusions

  • Guided walking tour of Madrid's underground art scene

  • Live tour commentary


Know Before You Book

  • You must be able to climb and descend stairs, as well as walk on unpaved or uneven terrain.

  • Check-in is 10 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.

  • Minimum number of 2 pax is required to run this tour


Underground Art & Graffiti Walking Tour ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews

4.6 out of 5

5/5 28 Jan. 2019

The tour was amazing. Great way to get to know the culture infused neighborhood of Lavapies (I hope I spelled that correctly). The guide was actually the bison owner and he was so engaging,, personable, and a street art expert. Highly recommended.