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Off the Beaten Track: Belgrade Street Art Experience

  • Graffiti and street art tour with an art historian guide
  • Walk the city to see lesser-known areas and art pieces
  • End the tour in Savamala and visit bars, shops, restaurants (own expense)
Off the Beaten Track: Belgrade Street Art Experience
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Off the Beaten Track: Belgrade Street Art Experience
From US$20.78
Discover why street art has become part of the modern art movement during this half-day walking tour with an art historian guide. Walk the streets on route to the Sava River bank and keeping your eyes peeled for hidden works of art along the way. Follow your guide to key pieces of graffiti and street art and learn how this movement is impacting culture and the broader art world.
What to Expect
We will meet you at 10:00 AM in front of the National Theatre at the Republic Square (Trg Republike). Our journey will start in the upper Dorchol area. We will go up and down its streets in serpentines. After we reach Knez Mihajlova street, the route will take us downhill to a very old part of the city that slopes down to Sava river bank. You will not be shown only the obvious things! Instead, we will take a peak in the forgotten corners, go behind the scenes where there is a whole universe of fresh, unexpected, exciting and creative ideas. Some of the insights or impressions might be strong and intriguing, but a number of participants found that their perspective of the Street Art and graffiti had substantially changed after our tour.
The tour will end in Savamala - an area where you can take a break and visit some of the hip new bars and restaurants. It is the place where old and dilapidated buildings meet the strong and vibrant energy of daring and new - making it all unique blend that perfectly portrays Belgrade's Spirit.
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Reviews (21)
1 - 5 of 17 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Fun, informative and different

It was the first time I took a street art tour, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Lilyana is a knowledgeable guide on all matters street art and opened my eyes to a whole new world of living art, explaining the development and differences between graffiti, street...More

Thank Cacique_ama
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
How to be a cool tourist in Belgrade~

Ljiljana will not only bring you to find the 'hidden corners' in the city, and tell you the stories of the street art and graffiti, she is full of passion when sharing the knowledge about the street artists. 3h walking is informative and inspiring. More...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank danielhwh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great intro to Belgrade streets!

We loved touring around this was our first morning in Belgrade and it was a great way to get oriented to the city, while getting a cultural and historical snapshot of the city. It felt like an insider lens on a phenomenon we're always outside....More

Thank jamiearoundtheworld
Reviewed 10 October 2018
for art lovers and graffiti artists

i had a private tour with Lilyana. she was professional, attentive and really opened my eyes to a new world of art and graffiti. i really enjoyed walking the streets and learning about the history, people, culture with art and graffiti. i feel like i...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank kittykaitlyn
Reviewed 4 October 2018
The highlight of our school trip

Lilyana is not only a profund expert for the art scene in Belgrade but is also a very charming and warm hearted person. She gave us a very good insight of the contemporary street art scene. It is a great possibility's to get information and...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank clive y
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