Paris Street Art Tour Overview

The French Capital, Paris, is famous in the pages of History, for giving birth to many art movements. Art in Paris exists beyond museums and galleries and to capture art in its rawest form, one must explore the scenic Street Art Paris. Delve into a mesmerising Paris Street Art Walking Tour to make the most out of it. This Street Art Tour in Paris will take you on a journey through the various artworks of Paris with a professional guide who will give you an understanding about French art and artists. Covering a distance of 8 kms, you will be able to see popular murals like Invader, Okuda, Inti, Seth, Obey and Tristan Eaton. The Street Art Tour Paris includes places like Galerie Itinerrance, Parc de Bercy Park where you can see the paintings in the gallery and the renowned Francois Mitterrand Library.

Paris Street Art Tour

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  • Hop on a Segway and take an immersive Street Art Tour in the City of Lights, Paris

  • Visit Galerie Itinerrance in the 13th arrondissement & witness traditional paintings and artworks

  • Pass by François-Mitterrand Library while you listen to the English-speaking guide and learn various facts

  • Stop at Parc de Bercy and click awe-striking pictures in the park located in 12th arrondissement

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Must Know Before You Go
  • All foreign nationals must share their passport and visa details at the time of arrival.
  • ID proof is mandatory for each individual guest at the time of arrival.
  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems.
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers.
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions.
  • According to French law, the use of personal transport equipment on the streets is strictly prohibited for anyone aged 11 years or less.
  • For safety reasons, our public guided Segway tours are open to people aged 14 or over (minors must be accompanied).
  • For 12 or 13 year old children, we request parents to book a private tour.
  • Proof of age (for children) can be requested at the start of the visit.
  • Segway tours are forbidden to pregnant women.
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 19 travelers.
  • Galerie Itinerrance admission ticket not included.
  • Parc de Bercy admission is free.
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The Top 10 Places to Find Street Art in Paris

Centre Pompidou Street Art
The Centre Pompidou

Designed by Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano, the Centre Pompidou serves as the home to the National Museum of Modern Art. There is also a public library, a film museum, a centre for industrial design and a music centre known as Centre for Musical and Acoustical Research (IRCAM). A visit to the Centre Pompidou is a must when visiting Paris.

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13TH Arrondissement: Massive Murals
13TH Arrondissement: Massive Murals

The walls of 13th arrondissement have been graced with the artworks by some of the most famous street artists. The huge murals and frescoes painted on the sides of buildings in the area exhibit works of Conor Harrington, Obey, Inti, C215, Invader and many others.

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The Canal Saint-Denis

Canal Saint Denis flows about 6.6 km through Paris 19th district from Stade de France to La Villette park. During the 2016 Euro Cup, some artists created graffiti, frescoes and collages on the bank of Canal Saint-Denis.

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Belleville Street Art

Belleville, in the 20th arrondissement, is the most famous district for Street Art Paris since the early 1980s. The area is filled with graffiti, street art and exhibitions at every nook and corner. Rue de la Fontaine au Roi, Rue Denoyez, Friche-nous la Paix are some of the most famous places here.


Vitry-sur-Seine plays host to some of the best collections of Street Art Paris. KOUKA, NUNCA, Christian Guemy also popularly known as C215, Cope2, Bebar are some of the world’s famous street artists whose works can be found in the vibrant alleys of Vitry-sur-Seine.

The Oberkampf Neighborhood
The Oberkampf Neighbourhood

Located at the 11th arrondissement, the Oberkampf Neighbourhood is a major attraction for its Street Art tour Paris along with its nightlife and food. One can witness the artists live at work on the Oberkampf Wall at 107 rue Oberkampf, as the artworks there keep changing every month.


Located around the Stalingrad Metro Station, one can find artwork that is worth a visit when on the street art tour Paris. You can see a giant fresco at 238 Boulevard de la Villette created by street artist Yann Lazoo. At 249 Boulevard de la Villette, one of the few works still visible by Bilal Berreni can be found.

Montmartre Street Art

Montmartre is one of the most alluring places to visit for art lovers. It is this neighbourhood in Paris, where Picasso invented Cubism at his studio and one could even find Modigliani, Georges Braque, Juan Gris or Apollinaire walking along these streets in the early 1900s. Indulge in a historic and an interesting experience on the street art tour Paris in Montmartre.

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The Boulevard 13 Project
The Boulevard 13 Project

Street art in the 13th arrondissement of Paris is a collaboration between the Parisian art gallery, La Galerie Itinerrance and the city hall of 13th arrondissement. 22 street artists from all over the world came together to create over 50 murals. Alapinta, Inti, Conor Harrington, Obey, Tristan Eaton, Ethos, Sainer, C215, Rero, Invader, Maye, Seth are some of the famous artists whose work can be found here, when on a Paris Street art tour.


The Paris Municipality started a project in 2015 which marked the initiation of Rosa Parks fait le mur or the Rosa Parks wall. The 500-meter-long wall in the rue Aubervilliers contains artworks on the themes of non-discrimination, equal rights and peace.

A wander along Rue de Ménilmontant
A wander along Rue de Ménilmontant

The 20th arrondissement is a famous spot for Street Art in Paris. Frescoes painted by artists like Jerome Mesnager, Mosko et Associes, Seyb, Alex, Brok and Hopare can be found here.

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Starting & End Point

The starting and end point of the Paris Street Art Walking Tour is at Avenue Porte de Vitry and Paris 13, respectively.

Duration & Timings

The Paris Street Art Walking Tour starts at 10 am in the morning and lasts for approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. It is recommended to book your tickets online to save time by avoiding the queues.

FAQ's About Paris Street Art Tour

Which are the best places to find street art in Paris?

    Canal Saint-Denis, Belleville, Vitry-sur-Seine, Centre Pompidou, Stalingrad are some of the best places to find Street Art in Paris. You can also find some incredible artworks in Aubervilliers, The Boulevard 13 Project, and Rue de Ménilmontant.

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