Silent Disco Walking Tours
A “Silent Disco” consists of a group of people dancing to the music they listen to through wireless headphones. Those who are not wearing headphones don’t hear anything, so the external effect is that of a group of crazy people dancing to no music. The first “silent discos” date back to the beginning of the 90s, but it was not until the beginning of the 21st century that the phenomenon began to become popular.
But Guru Dudu takes the concept of silent disco up a notch. The Silent Disco Walking Tours are itinerant music sessions commented by the guide himself; a compilation of the most rhythmic and popular songs of the 70s, 80s and 90s. If you really want to laugh with the comments and improvisations of the guru, if you want to move your body and tread the city to the rhythm of disco, funk or soul, sign up for a tour. Literally, a binge of laughter.