Do you have an annoying neighbor who keeps getting on your nerves? Are you the type of person who thinks that a weekend in jail “ain’t nothin but a G thang, baby”? Then this tour is perfect for you. We begin by taking you to a place where you can sketchyour design; after that, we take you to a wall, or to a Cello (plastic wall), and you’lllearn exactly how to “Get Up”. The idea behind this, is to understand what it feels like to be a graffiti artist for a day…and who knows? You might just go home and become a fan of painting your local train, or that annoying neighbor’s house >:)
1. This tour is perfect for families, honeymooners, and senior citizens.
2. No, spray paint will not kill you in the hour or two that you’ll be spraying ¬¬
3. Ask the instructor if he’s alright with you taking his/her picture and putting it on instagram… he or she might be wanted for assault and battery or perhaps some other weird charge.
This tour includes:
Billingual guide — Spray Paint — Instructor — Drawing stuff (sketchbook, pencils and pens of all sorts) — Cello or Wall permit
“Excellent way to explore the city”
Reviewed on May 31, 2016
After an awful first 3 days in and near Santiago, I have these walking tours a shot which gave me the first enjoyable experiences in the area.I did the Fruit Market & the "Good Morning Santiago…
“Best Tour Ever”
Reviewed on May 26, 2016
I took the Patrimonial Route with Nickolas and it was the best tour I've ever been on. Nickolas gave me a full, in depth, immersive tour that was complete with amazing information about the city. He…
“Excellent local information”
Reviewed on May9, 2016
Our guide Vanessa had a wealth of local information, she was friendly and interesting. She showed us a side of Santiago we wouldn't have discovered ourselves, and all this delivered for free! Highly…
Our Office in Barrio Bellavista(Antonia López de Bello 80, Recoleta). Also known as «the secret layer»!
Things to note
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes (shorts and boots is no longer «in style»). Leave valuables at your accommodation or you’ll have to hand them over to a not-so-kind «Flaite». Don’t dress up like you’re going to a ball please.