Athens Street Art Alternative Walking Tour

Starting Time
3 hours
Starting point
Free Cancellation
Free Cancellation

  • Let a real street artist guide you
  • Admire the surprising and bustling street art scene of Athens
  • Scroll around Athen's edgy outdoor murals and raw graffitis
  • Enjoy a walking tour full of fantasy and urban culture
  • Walk in the neighborhoods of Gazi, Psiri & Metaxourgio
  • Small groups of maximum 12 persons 

Which city will you think when one says "street art"? You will think of London, Berlin, New York or Paris. But Athens? The truth is that the city is immensely rich in graffiti art, which emerged in the '90s but really took off and developed its own distinctive style over the past years. Especial during the recent economic crisis, a new burst of creative energy has turned Athens into what the New York Times calls "a contemporary mecca for street art in Europe". Athens is counting 2,000 or so graffiti and street artists painting around the city.

Our alternative Athens walking tour offers you the opportunity to know the city better and understand what’s happening at its heart.

This walking tour is recommended to anyone who loves street art even if you are not an art buff or a street art specialist! If you are curious and receptive to fantasy, colors and urban culture, this walking tour is perfect to guide you through this astonishing city in a fresh and unconventional way.

  • Professional tour leader
  • Audio guides
  • Food or drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel pick up service

Meeting point: Your meeting point is Thissio Train Station, n front of the orange KTEL ticket booth (10' before starting time)

Detailed meeting instructions will be sent to you upon booking. 

Child price is valid for children up to 17 years old, when are escorted by an adult, otherwise the full adult fee applies.

Cancel up to 73 hours prior the scheduled departure of the experience for a full refund.


1 Reviews


December 18th, 2014
I am a street artist and i know that you have to look at the walls of a city if you want to see its heart.

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