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STREET ART PARIS

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2 hours
Availability : Monday and Thursday
Paris
Tour Details

With the participation of over 20 artists from the world around, the 13th district of Paris has become an outdoor museum of over 50 pieces of urban street art. The Mayor of the 13th district and the Gallérie  Itinerrance combined to bring such artists as Obey, Seth, Inti, C215, D-Face and many others to bring life and reflection to the walls and buildings of a neighborhood now gaining international recognition. Discover the stories behind these works including fresques several stories high, Andean dolls, a giant beaver made from recycled materials and the oldest piece of street art in Paris dating from the 1980s. Join us and lose yourself in the wonders of an outdoor museum in a neighborhood that is on the edge of what is happening today in Paris in the world of art and architecture.

Meeting Point

metro bibliothèque Francois Mitterand (line 14) exit: Rue du Chevaleret  (58, rue du chevaleret)

Lenght

2 Hours 

Start Time

Jan/Feb/15 March: Mon & Thursday: 14.30-16.30

16th March/April: Mon & Thursday: 16.30-18.30

Price Includes

  • Your licensed guide

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses

Remember

  • Cameras are a MUST
  • Operates in all weather conditions
  • Please dress appropriately
Our promise to you

Explore Paris in a unique and wonderful experience 

Itinerary
  • Paris 
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REVIEWS

  • A really interesting tour which took us through some very different areas compared to central Paris, areas you wouldn’t really visit unless you were with a local. The kids have loved the street artworks… they looked at them with such surprising eyes! It was really emotional. Great experience. Thank you europe4kids

    Sara from Valencia
  • I highly recommend Street Art Paris to anybody who’s ever wondered how street art and graffiti tell the story of a community’s history and culture. The art itself was often beautiful, sometimes enigmatic, and always thought provoking. Our guide brought a wealth of knowledge about both the art and the history of the community, and his stories and our group’s conversations brought the artwork to life. The kids fell in love with him and his attitude. Great experience.

    Gus from Copenaghen