Best of Buenos Aires Bike Tour

    Rider Level: Leisure

    Rider Level: Leisure

    7 hours | 12.43 miles
    From $110 USD
    Buenos Aires

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    • All the best of Buenos Aires

      Discover the cultural monuments and hidden gems of Argentina's bustling capital in a day on the Best of Buenos Aires Bike Tour! Pedal off towards the iconic La Bombonera Stadium, pass through the open air museum of Caminito, and pedal onwards to the Reserva Ecológica. Stop at the Plaza de Mayo before continuing to Plaza San Martín, and conclude this guided tour with a stop at Argentina's most famous cemetery.

      Your day tour begins with a ride towards La Bombonera. This football arena is one of the most iconic stadiums in the world and home to the Boca Juniors football club. Named affectionately after the box of chocolates it resembles, your guide will share the enduring legacy of this stadium's status as a foremost site of Argentina's most beloved sport.

      From there, you'll pedal to Caminito, a riotously colorful street in the neighborhood of La Boca. This traditional alley underwent a transformation into an open air museum after it inspired the famous tango 'Caminito'. Stop here during your bicycle tour to feel the rhythms of the city under your feet and test out some Argentine tango with the help of your guide.

      Cycling on, you'll explore Reserva Ecológica, a sprawling ecological reserve just a short ride from the city center that was once an abandoned landfill. Discover how this area has been transformed into a thriving natural oasis, showcasing the city's commitment to environmental preservation as you pedal past the wetlands, marshes, and diverse wildlife that now inhabit this reclaimed space.

      Onwards to Plaza de Mayo, the historic heart of Buenos Aires. Your guide will direct your attention to the iconic Casa Rosada, the presidential palace, and the famous balcony where Eva Perón addressed the nation. You'll learn about Argentina's tumultuous political history, including the iconic Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo who protested for justice during Videla's military dictatorship.

      Your bike tour continues to Plaza San Martín, a beautiful park dedicated to one of Argentina's national heroes. Discover the legacy of a military leader who played a pivotal role in Argentina's struggle for independence as you ride through this peaceful green oasis, passing by statues, fountains, and stunning architecture.

      This family-friendly tour culminates at the majestic Cementerio Recoleta. Perhaps the most famous cemetery in Argentina, and certainly the most architecturally impressive, this site is the final resting place of many influential figures in Argentine history. Discover the intriguing stories behind those who lie at rest here, from politicians and military leaders to artists and socialites of Argentine society.

      This bike tour includes the entry fee for the Cementerio Recoleta and a lunch of an Argentine sandwich with your choice of filling: beef, pork, chicken, or cheese. With everything taken care of, all that’s left for you to do is enjoy the ride among the rich offerings and passionate residents of the ‘City of Fury’.

      • Brlight, lively colored buildings at Caminito, Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Barbara Zandoval@Unsplash
      • Predominant neo Classical Architecture, Metropolitan Cathedral, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Gustavo Sanchez@Unsplash
      • View from the sky, Congressional Plaza, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Sadie Teper@Unsplash

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      Days Start Finish
      Daily 10:00 am ~5:00 pm

      Please arrive for the tour 10 minutes before departure time.


      Rate USD
      Adult $110



      La Bombonera Stadium, Caminito, Reserva Ecológica, Plaza de Mayo, Plaza San Martín, Cementerio Recoleta

      What’s included

      • Bike and helmet rental
      • English-speaking guide
      • Lunch, snacks, and a bottle of filtered water

      Meeting place & directions

      Biking Buenos Aires - Balcarce 1028, C1064 San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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