Athens Street Art Tour | The greatest graffiti of the metropolis


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Athens Street Art Tour

Experience the Greek capital from a different perspective

The street art scene in Athens is one of the hottest in Europe and home to many local and international artists.

Accompanied by a local street artist, you discover the most interesting and important works of this often ephemeral art. Along the way, you learn all about the backgrounds of the graffiti and artists that create it, as well as plenty of history about the districts you visit.

On this tour, you can look forward to classic graffiti art as well as underdog art with its fresh ideas, techniques, and messages. You’ve never seen Athens like this before!


  • Get to know the latest, greatest, and best graffiti in the city
  • Discover Athens’ trendy districts where street art is featured and supported
  • Learn about the connection between the artwork and Athens’ social and economic situation
  • Take time to gain a deeper understanding of Athens’ street art scene with insights from a local artist

3 hrs
All year round
Persons: 2+
Age: 10+

Included Activities

  • Guided walk to the most interesting and important works of street art in Athens
  • Coffee break along the way (beverages on client’s own expense)


This tour is available daily at 10 am all year round (excluding 25th and 26th December, New Year’s Day, and Easter Sunday).

We meet at 9:45 am at the Thisio metro station where we meet our guide and gain our first insights into the diverse street art scene of Greece’s capital.

We head off through Kerameikos, the ancient pottery quarter of Athens, to Gazi, the cultural heart of the metropolis. Here you will see how art and technology intermingle. In the centre of Gazi is an old gasworks which now houses numerous exhibitions and museums.

In this part of the city, we mainly find small apartment buildings that once belonged to the workers of the former coal-fired power plant, and which now have been converted into luxurious flats. The street art in this part of the city appears to be almost traditional in style.

The neighbouring district of Metaxourgio, the new hot spot for Athens street art, is a completely different experience. Here, all the artists’ creative energy is on display with plenty of space to exhibit their striking work.

During a coffee break, we have plenty of time to discuss all that we have seen with our guide and take a first look at the numerous photos taken on the first half of the tour.

Refreshed, we continue on to Psiri, the nightlife district of many Athenians and the original home of street art in Athens. The art we see here often bears a political and social significance. Our three-hour walk ends here with many exciting impressions and new insights into an Athens that are often missed by visitors to the city.

Where is the starting point of the tour?
The meeting point for this walking tour is Thisio Metro Station in the centre of Athens.

What are the age requirements for this tour?
As this tour has no special requirements, it is suitable for adults as well as children 10+.

What language is the tour conducted in?
The tour is offered in English and French as well.

Are changes to the tour itinerary possible?
In general, the tour itinerary is subject to change, as new and interesting works of street art are constantly being created that are worth a detour. Likewise, works also disappear from time to time – either due to buildings being demolished or other artworks taking their place.

How difficult is this tour?
The tour runs at a leisurely walking pace with no inclines and plenty of time for photos and explanations.

What should I bring with me on this tour?
Depending on the weather, we recommend bringing suitable clothing. A rain jacket or umbrella is definitely useful if it looks like rain. In any case, you should not forget your camera.


49€ per person


  • Guided street art walking tour through Athens with qualified guide in English and French


  • Drinks and food during the coffee break
  • Tips for the guide


Tour Extensions