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About the tour

The original and authentic graffiti and street art tour that is actually run and guided by street artists and people directly involved in the Bogota urban art scene.

We offer the tour for free but we accept donations based on satisfaction (people donate about 20-30 mil pesos each) . That being said, it’s up to you to pay what you think the tour was worth.

All tours are led in English however We can organise private tours in Spanish and German.

Where: Parque de Los Periodistas, Just down from Las Aguas transmilenio station in La Candelaria. We meet near the statue of simon bolivar under the dome (we’ll send you all needed information when you RSVP/sign up).

When: Now TWICE EVERDAY starting at 10am finishing at 12.30pm and starting at 2pm finishing at 4.30pm. We finish where we started.

Who we are

Bogotá Graffiti Tour started in 2011 when a Aussie street artist and a Canadian graffiti writer decided they wanted to share Bogota’s unique and prolific urban art scene, and help promote local artists to a wider international audience.

It made sense to share our love of the vibrant work that adorns the streets of Bogota with the world! After many nights of drinking discussion, we came up with our favourite walls of the City and a plan to share them with you. Over 4 years later Bogota Graffiti Tour is considered one of the best things to do in Bogota. All our guides share a love for urban art and are directly involved in the scene, either by actually painting on its walls, organizing street art events, owning a urban art gallery and we know the artists personally that we are talking about.

What to bring

Runners
Sun Screen
Umbrella
Rain Gear
Sun Glasses
Hat
Money
Camera

We believe In Giving Quality Tours, and It Shows

Private Tours

Customised tour route
Starting at $200 MIL pesos
Choice of Espanol, English, & German
Pick your time of day

Want a private tour? Fill out the infor below and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

All private tours start at 200 mil pesos for 1-5 people and we charge an additional 40 mil pesos for each additional person.

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Download our post tour handout to find the best in restaurants, shops and hostels.

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Get in touch

Contact


info@bogotagraffiti.com
321-297-4075
10am – 5pm, Monday – Saturday.

You’ve got questions? We’ve got answers. Send us a message via the form below, call us or email us and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please keep in mind we operate between 10am and 5pm, monday to saturday.

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Friends and Recommendations

Restaurants

In Colombia, lunch is the largest meal. If you miss lunch-time hours, you’re often limited to fast-food or a sit down meal. Candelaria has plenty of great places to eat, but if you want to go further afield here are our suggestions.

Sant Just

French/Colombian fusion in the heart of La Candelaria. Open: Mon- Sat 12pm-4pm. Calle 16a #2-73

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All Local Corriente Joints

On most blocks in Bogota, these traditional luncheon joints serve up a hunger busting Colombian lunch for 5-10mil pesos. Usually includes Soup or cut fruit for starter, variable mains of rice, meat, salad and vegetables, plus a fresh juice.

Govindas Loto Azul

Great veggie dishes and food. Cr.5 bis #12c-02.

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Nightlife

Bogota has a great nightlife scene, full of locals who never stop dancing. In Bogota, it’s common to buy a bottle of alcohol (such as the local Aguardiente) to share with friends. Let us know what you thought of our choices!

Cine Tonala

FIndie Film Theater, bar, restaurant, nightclub, gallery, book and record store. Cr.6 #35-37

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Billares Londres

Just down from Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, this is trendy electronic club. Cr.7 #21-94, 031 243 3277 (list)

Baum

Another electronic club, a bit farther down from la Candelaria but worth the visit. Calle 33 #6-24, 316 494 3799 (list)

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Community

New York Times

36 hours in Bogota!

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Matador Network

BOGOTA’S BANKSY? POLITICAL GRAFFITI FROM COLOMBIA’S CAPITAL

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Global Post

Slideshow: Bastardilla's Bogota

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Fatcap

Bogota Street artists and street art photos

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Colombia Reports

Bogota’s graffiti scene gets international attention

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The Gaurdian

Artist's shooting sparks graffiti revolution in Colombia

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El Tiempo

'Shaday', el 'zar' del grafiti en Bogotá

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