Hey reader! Were you at the airbnb experiences website? Are you trying to avoid extra fees/commissions? Then you got to the right place! We are the service providers for the platform that offers an activity entitled “Hidden Street art in Madrid“. Javi and Gerardo work at a project called Cooltourspain, a graffiti website related to the tourism in the city. As a matter of fact, we do not only work for Airbnb, but with Get Your Guide, Viator (Tripadvisor), Like a Local, Expedia or Atrápalo. These big corporations charge between 15% and 25% for their services, but thanks to these local graffiti artists you will be able to save some money. Did you know that we also have another street art tour in Malasaña? An excellent opportunity to keep on exploring the city alternatively and in a different way!
When and where does the hidden street art in Madrid experience meet?
Our meeting point is located by the entrance of Teatro Valle Inclan (Calle de Valencia, 1). We carry a spray can in our hands so that you can recognize who is leading the hidden street art in Madrid experience. Our activity is scheduled for 11.00AM and you will be required to purchase the product within at least 24 hours in advance. Last minute bookings are also welcome, but based on availability. Please do allow yourself appropriate time to promptly arrive on time to the meeting point.
What do people say about the hidden street art in Madrid?
The reviews we receive for our services receive a 4 or 5 stars. They reflect people’s opinion. Did they like it? Was it a fun experience? Did it show you the alternative parts of the city? We would appreciate to receive emails which contain a valuable feedback for us:
- How to become better?
- Would you add/take away something from the experience?
- Was the money you paid according to the service provided?
- What should our guides put more emphasis on?
- Where did you find the best hidden street art in Madrid?
What are the areas covered by the hidden street art in Madrid project?
The districts covered are Atocha, Embajadores, Lavapiés, El Rastro and La Latina. The distance covered to see the hidden street art in Madrid is about 4 kilometers; all the route is on foot. Our experience features some iconic spotlights, such as La Tabacalera, Esto es una Plaza or La Canica. All of them are community-involved projects created by the neighbors.
After walking for about 2 hours, the activity will end up at Plaza de la Cebada, next to the indoors food market. Perfect moment to enjoy with your friends a drink and some food at any of the recommended bars.
Where can you find the hidden street art in Madrid on your own?
Apart from the guided visits offered by our crew, you could visit Madrid on your own. There is a website called Madrid Paisaje Urbano (urban landscape) which will give you directions to several locations, included but not limited to Vallecas, Villaverde, Tetuán or Moratalaz. All of them are working-class districts which feature amazing mural artworks. As you may see, the possibilities to observe graffiti increases as you move towards the suburbs. The hidden street art in Madrid may also be observed in Hortaleza area, featuring the paintings of MNO crew (Manotas No Obedece).
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