Rome street art tours in English

3-4 Feb. Fans of Roman street art can enjoy guided tours of murals in the city's Tor Pignattara district, as well as watching noted street artists Diavù and Solo at work at Via Policastro 32/34, over the weekend of 3-4 February.
Under the title Paint a wall to restore many more, the Muri Sicuri event is designed to raise funds for the city of Matelica, in the province of Macerata, which suffered extensive damage in an earthquake in 2016. Tours are free of charge but donations for Matelica will be collected at the end of each tour.
100 licensed tour guides will lead tours for adults and children, in Italian and English. Guided tours in English are scheduled for 11.30 on both days. Tours for adults (in Italian) take place every hour from 10.15 until 16.00, while tours for children (in Italian) are at 11.30 on 3 February, and 11.30 and 15.30 on 4 February. The meeting point for all tours is Via Policastro 32.
For reservations and details email with date/time and number of participants. Full details can be found on the Muri Sicuri Facebook page and the Muri Sicuri website.

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Address Via Policastro, 32, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

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Rome street art tours in English

Via Policastro, 32, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

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