7 Artistically Vibrant Cities To See Street Art This World Art Day

7 Artistically Vibrant Cities To See Street Art This World Art Day

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“A beautiful body perishes, but a work of art dies not”– Leonardo Da Vinci.

In the year 2011, the IAA/ AIAP (International Association of Art) declared April 15, the birthday of Leonardo da Vinci, as World Art Day. Since its inception, this special day has been promoting and celebrating art in all its glorious forms. So, this year, Holidayme brings to you a list of 7 artistically vibrant cities to see charismatic street art on World Art Day.

1. Buenos Aires, Argentina

There are cities in the world where creating graffiti and street art requires permission from the authorities. In some cities, street art is banned. But not Buenos Aires- all an artist needs is permission from the property owner and then they can go wild with their colourful imagination!

 

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 2. Mexico City, Mexico

The best way to explore the vibrant pulse of Mexico City is to take a walking tour of its street art. And, the best areas to see street art in the city are La Roma, Condesa, Calle Regina and Paseo de la Reforma.

 

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3. London, UK

If you want to see chaotically beautiful street art in stark contrast to high-end boutiques and famous Michelin-starred restaurants, head over to Shoreditch or Hackney or Brick Lane in London!

 

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4. Valparaiso, Chile

It won’t be wrong if we claim that Valparaiso in Chile is one of the biggest open-to-air street art museum in the world. With the entire city having street art on display at every corner you turn, this place will possibly bring out the hidden artist in you!

 

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5. Melbourne, Australia

The street art scene in Melbourne is as colourful as it is charismatic. Fondly called “graffiti laneways”, the street art destinations in Melbourne include ACDC Lane, Hosier Lane, Croft Alley and Union Lane.

 

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6. Rio de Janerio, Brazil

Rio de Janerio is more than just its beautiful beaches and its carnivals. It is also home to some of the best underground graffiti artists in the world. The minute you step out of the airport, you’ll realize that entire Rio is like a gorgeous canvas to the artist’s imagination.

 

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7. Berlin, Germany

If you want to learn how to turn a tragic past into a colourful future, head over to the Berlin Wall where you’ll find some stunning art work on display. And, you will find some breathtaking street art beyond the wall as well.

 

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