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  1. Hungary
  2. Central Hungary
  3. Budapest

Budapest: Street Art Tour

Product ID: 216411
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Discover Budapest’s street art scene and learn about the city’s contemporary culture, history, and politics through vibrant murals and street art pieces on a small group tour with a local guide.
About this activity
Duration 3 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Wheelchair accessible
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Explore Budapest’s Jewish Quarter and the vibrant street art pieces and murals that brighten its walls
  • Dive into the city’s urban life and discover the meaning behind its street art
  • Learn about Budapest’s diverse and ever-growing street art scene and its unique place in the city’s contemporary culture
  • Stop at a cozy local café while enjoying acomplimentary cup of coffee
Full description
Nothing gives you a better insight into the cultural undercurrents of contemporary Budapest than its street art. Dive into a scene that’s been boldly growing and consistently pushing creative boundaries over the last few years on a walking tour where you will gain an insider's perspective on the city's history, culture, and politics.

The bulk of this tour will be spent looking at murals, graffiti, and other forms of street art. The more you explore, the more you’ll find, dotted around the otherwise bare walls of the city’s Jewish Quarter. But you're not just here to take photos. Benefit from a discussion of each piece, in which you will get familiarized with the themes, socio-political context, and artists behind the artworks.

With local artists dominating the scene – and using their work to celebrate the ideas, values, and ways of life that locals are passionate about – you’ll find yourself getting an accidental lesson in history and culture. Our small group tours are limited to 8 people, so you’ll have plenty of chances to ask questions and get local tips. 
  • Coffee
What’s Not Included
  • Food

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Meeting point

At the entrance of the coffee shop "My Little Melbourne"

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