Buenos Aires and its porteño residents have never been a particularly disciplined lot, so the idea of sending visitors on a traditional sightseeing tour complete with an officious flag-bearing guide is wrong on all accounts. However, BA, as creative as it is, offers a whole host of alternative ways to see the city via its street art, boutiques, sacred grape and a photography workshop.
An afternoon with graffitimundo means delving into Buenos Aires’ street art scene, which, as well as brightening up dingy corners, unveils exactly what is going on, politics-, people- and history-wise. Aficionados can either walk or cycle a barrio as a GM guide reveals hidden graffiti hotspots and open-air galleries, and you may even meet the artists at work.
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