Street art madrid tour showing Muros Tabacalera

Participate in the #1 Street art Madrid tour and explore the city differently!

We can observe as the tourism in the city increases when the high seasons approach. Spring and Fall bring the majority of travellers but did you know that you could participate in many experiences offered in a daily way, not only at the months of April, May, September or October? Our alternative guided visits are available on a street art Madrid tour, which will best represent the local lifestyle present in Lavapiés and Malasaña neighborhoods. In today’s article we will also explain you details about how the community projects like ours create an impact on people’s daily life or how are the street art festivals in Madrid organized; let’s talk about CALLE, Pinta or Urvanity.

What companies do offer a street art Madrid tour?

Street art Madrid tour showin the work of Will Yakome

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Street art Madrid tour walking over a warehouse


Cooltourspain is the main service provider for this kind of service, but there are over a dozen companies which offer the same product on the internet. Some examples of it might be Airbnb, Tripadvisor (through Viator), Get Your Guide or Lonely Planet. They charge the minimum price per person set by us for the street art Madrid tour and then add a commission which varies from the 15% to 25%. Our guests should know that all the experiences are run by a similar group of people, so the reviews about all the activities mentioned talk about the same guides. Have you read any of them? WHat do they say? Would you participate in the experience just because of the comments left by previous guests?

Is the street art Madrid tour recommended for all audiences?

The official Instagram account from the street art Madrid tour will illustrate with pictures who are the people that participate in our activities. The most common audience for our public tours is a 25-45 years old couple from the United States, followed by Israeli women who come with their relative by word of mouth. We do also receive the visit of many French, Australian and British people among others. As the project is growing, new services are available such as the hen party in Madrid. Groups of friends participate in a graffiti workshop where they put into practice the stencil and paste-up techniques learnt during our walking visits. Have you ever painted with a spray can? Easy, isn’t?

Then you may find groups of scholars who participate in our experiences. They come either from Madrid or abroad, Belgium, French or the Netherlands, with different group sizes and they enjoy a lot! This activity is meant to engage our groups and it’s impossible for them to get bored. University groups from the US and Canada also take part of this unique way to explore our city.

Street art Madrid tour in Embajadores neighborhood


Street art madrid tour showing Muros Tabacalera

Javier Garcia/ flickr

Can I get a discount for the street art Madrid tour?

Of course we can discuss if you can receive a voucher! Write us an email before you purchase the experience and we will answer you back. We receive many submissions which are treated individually, specially from high school or middle school groups. They want to participate in the street art Madrid tour but sometimes the schools orsummer camps are not covering the fee, so we set up student prices that are affordable for all budgets. Will we see you next time? Do not forget we also have stencil workshops leaded by local artists. We collaborate with Fundacion Down Madrid and our guides and graffiti artists host events for free when there is a social project involved. Stay tuned on Facebook for more information!

Street art Madrid tour leaded by Javier

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Activities offered during the street art Madrid tour

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Where in Atocha do the street art Madrid tour meet?

The meeting point is located by the two baby head statues created by the famous Spanish artist Antonio López. The artworks’ height is over 2 meters, so you will see them even from a far distance. How do you get there? The nearest metro station for the street art Madrid tour is Atocha RENFE. To find the statues, you will head towards Hotel Only You Atocha. The statues are just across the hotel’s entrance. The other option would be asking someone for directions to the terrorist attack victims monument. In case you do not find it, please call us to +34638399784.

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