Walking through Rome, hidden around the corner between a two-thousand-year-old column and a sarcophagus used as a basin for a fountain, you’ll discover a poster, respectfully painted on paper and affixed here, as a gift from the artist to amaze us.
There are also streets in Rome where artists and writers have painted murals depicting various subjects, sprayed graffiti, or left tags of giant proportions. Entire buildings have been transformed by young artists, remodeling the urban landscape and offering a very important contribution to the redevelopment of some neighborhoods. They have to be seen in situ to really be appreciated. If you want to take a guided tour of Street art, or you want to get to know an artist personally, ask our Plus service.