⏰The other tours through December run as usual – find all info below.
🎂We will celebrate the holidays with our family and friends. Its time for some fun. 👨🎨👩🎨
Please excuse us for the inconvenience this may cause.
Ever wondered what the graffiti around you means? How to read them? What is the difference between graffiti and street art? Where is the best urban art in Sofia?
If you struggle to find the answers, join our free walking tour to discover Sofia’s thriving urban art and graffiti scene.
WHEN? Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
WHERE? Meeting point: Statue of Sofia, above Serdika Metro Station
*No, reservations are not required. Just show up at the meeting point.
Summer schedule (May – September) – starting at 6 PM
Winter Schedule (October – April) – starting at 3 PM
Duration: Around 2 hours
If you miss it, our private tours are running everyday – just contact us.
If you are bigger group (8+), please contact us at least one working day in advance, to organize you private tour.
E-mail: email@example.com / Phone: +359 87 761 3992
HOW MUCH? The Tour will cost you whatever you want to pay. Keep in mind however that we make our living out of these tours. Every time you attend a tour with us, you are also contributing to the local urban art scene.
“Thanks to our tour guide we were able learn so much more than we thought we could about Sofia and the world of street art. The tour was a lot of fun and so cool!”
“The tour is very well designed and gives you insights about the graffiti art and its implementation in Sofia. You definitely see the city from a totally new, unexpected and exciting point of view.”
“I recommend the tour to the people which are interested in art in general or just wish to spend some time outside in a exotic way and to get to know more about the streets in Sofia . “
“Our guide was very knowledgeable both about graffiti in general (types, techniques) and about the artists active in Bulgaria. He took us to really cool street art spots.”
“Such incredible history on graffiti and works of art we would never have seen otherwise. Our guide was lovely and had great English. A must do!”