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Graffiti & Street Art Tours

This is a living gallery.

A mural may be on the tour one day and may be gone the next day. We do not control the artists and we do not control the city departments. We are simply observers and educators trying to share our passion for Malta’s street art scene with those that are interested.

Book the 3 Hour Private Graffiti Street Art Tour with a Local Artist in Malta.

What to Expect

Private transportation

Guided by a local artist

Personalized polaroid photos

Graffiti | Street Art Tour

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  • Transport by Van
  • Guided by a local artist
  • x3 Personalized polaroids
  • We speak English
  • Groups of 6+ pub crawl included

Paceville Pub Crawl

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  • 4 Drinks (1 at each venue)
  • Free Shots at the first Venue
  • VIP Access
  • Fun Party Guides
  • Discounts and Bar Offers

Boat Party

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  • Open Bar
  • Snacks and fruit
  • Take a moonlight swim
  • Party to the music of the DJ
  • Pub Crawl Included

Departure & Return

Valletta

We'll visit street art in the Capital city Valletta, where there is the beauty and the beast. We'll finish the tour at Maori bar, a street art safe haven and known for it's history inspired facade.

Bahar ic-caghaq

We'll visit the famous White Rocks murals that take up 5 floors of disused British barracks. These include the famous Donald Trump with his teeth knocked out. As well as a stark contrast between the urban landscape and virgin countryside.

Sliema

We'll visit a number of street art spots in Sliema. Such as the four-storey high mural shows a man scrambling into a hole in a wall of a building, adjacent to the Regina car park. The guide will explain the significance of this work and we'll also visit a popular spot for youth to enjoy some shade in the summertime. That is by the Sea and exhibits a collage of Street art works.

3 Hour Private Graffiti Street Art Tour with a Local Artist

Malta’s murals have become a real talking point with beautiful big designs brightening up tired spaces and bare walls across the island.

The first piece of public street art was produced in 2005 and new paintings and street art designs are popping up all the time in places like Msida, St Julian’s, Sliema, Mosta, Fgura, San Gwann, Pembroke and Floriana.

The fierce glare of the sun. The ocher-colored tones that adorn the island’s medieval architecture. The unimaginable blue of the Mediterranean Sea.

And perhaps most shocking — the graffiti.

Malta Has Some Seriously Stare-Worthy Street Art, And Here’s Some Of Our Favourites

Most cities around the world denounce, or grudgingly tolerate, painting on public property. But on the Mediterranean island of Malta, the process is encouraged.

Luckily for everyone who loves staring at street art, Malta has more than its fair share of beautiful murals and graffiti that bring a lot of colour to the island’s streets.

There are many different styles which showcase the talents of the artists behind them… and here are some of our favourite examples.

Frequently Asked Questions

Everyday is open to booking, however we do require a minimum number of bookings to actually run the tour. So book in advance to ensure your date will be opened up. 

The murals and street art are located across the island. So we will be heading north, south, east and west! Our private transport will take care of all the arrangements. 

Comfortable walking shoes are a must. The tour is outside, so please dress according to the weather. You’ll probably want a good camera to take pictures of or with the artwork. You may also want to bring some water or coffee to stay hydrated.

Yes. As this tour is a street art tour, we will be outside for the majority of the tour with the exception for the stops we have along the way at various coffee shops for a bathroom break.

The tour takes about 3 hours and we’ll walk about 2 km total.

Yes. The tour stops at a few places along the route. After about 30-45 minutes, we stop at a coffee shop which also has a restroom. We end the tour in Sliema where there are numerous bars and restaurants nearby. There are also numerous cafes and restaurants along the route, in case you need to make a stop on your own.

If you enjoy art, murals, street art or appreciate getting to know a city and the neighborhoods within it, this is the tour for you.

Definitely. This is a living gallery. A mural may be on the tour one day and may be gone the next day. We do not control the artists and we do not control the city departments. We are simply observers and educators trying to share our passion for Malta’s street art scene with those that are interested.

We want to make sure everyone enjoys the tour, but for whatever reason you do not just reach out to us at [email protected] and we’ll absolutely make it right.