Street Art Tour of Guadalajara


1 review

Location: Guadalajara, Mexico
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Product code: 107713P1

• Meet your local guide outside Cabañas Cultural Institute and learn about Mexican muralism as you admire José Clemente Orozco's masterpiece. Entrance to Cabañas is included • Explore the city center’s main attractions and hidden gems -including a traditional market-, where you'll learn all about Guadalajara's culture and history • Walk through avenues and alleyways to discover over 15 amazing works of street art by renowned national and international artists Alegría del Prado, Himed & Reyben, Liqen, Matt Gondek, Miguer, Peque, and many more • Visit the beautiful library that hides some lesser-known murals by David Alfaro Siqueiros • Don't miss any of the murals that Orozco painted in Guadalajara from 1936 to 1939 • Stop at a couple of the best sidewalk vendors and market stalls so that you can eat like a local. Our menu includes lonches de pierna (or tortas ahogadas on Sundays), cerveza de raíz and a couple other  • The tour ends outside the Museum of Arts (MUSA) in Guadalajara’s trendy Colonia Americana
Supplier Name
Real Life Adventures
Additional Information
Confirmation will be received at time of booking,Not wheelchair accessible,Not recommended for pregnant travelers,Minimum age is 18 years,May be operated by a multi-lingual guide,Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required,Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately,Near public transportation,Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level,This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
Beverages,Bottled water,Lunch,Snacks
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Traveler Reviews

This walking tour took us across a good part of the Historical Centre of Guadalajara with stops to browse not only many modern Street Art murals by Peque, Himed and Reyben, LosCallaDitos and others, but also classical murals by José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros plus detailed descriptions of the architecture and history of each stop along the way. Water, a snack at the El Mercado Corona and a lunch of Torta Ahogadas. Definitely worth spending the fours hours for the random sightseeing and people watching alone, plus you get an local architecture and arts education and are even feed.

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