Hidden Graffiti & Urban Art Tour

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  • Day Trip
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  • 5 hr

The Hidden Graffiti & Urban Art Tour is a strictly off the beaten path tour that takes you pedaling through the hidden southern neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, La Boca and Barracas, to find the city’s most impressive street art. Far more than strictly urban art, you will learn the difference between tagging, bombing, pieces and murals within the surrounding vibrant neighborhoods, contextualizing it with historical and cultural background. You will learn about the context, and historical background that led to Buenos Aires becoming one of the world capitals of street art. You will see one of the world’s largest murals painted by a single artist, a trait that once won it a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. *(Please note that this tour requires you to be confident cycling in urban settings; it is far off the beaten path and NOT in touristy areas, and in some cases may approach precarious parts of the city).

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Biking Buenos Aires

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Caminito

Whilst in the neighbourhood you will learn how it came to be one of the most visited and colourful places in the city, and experience the thrill of our 'Stealth Stencil' stop as well as sample the local beverage which became a beloved favourite of the Argentines.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Biking Buenos Aires

This company is the first in Argentina to sign a constitutional agreement with Holocary® which aims to become a 'For Purpose Enterprise', which is a bossless flat business structure. The purpose is to bring visitors across the cultural bridge towards a greater co-existence. It's not about the bike, but about how you will learn to percieve the City, People and it's Culture.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At:

This street is a hidden jewel that was once a grey and dark little street whose name means 'almost dead', that was brought to life again by artist Marino Santa Maria and consequently listed by UNESCO as a site of cultural interest.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At:

Mural "El Regreso de Quinquela", Barracas, Buenos Aires. At one time the longest mural painted by one person (now the longest in Argentina),painted by Alfredo Segatori a.k.a Pelado

Duration: 10 minutes
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