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Pedal like a Porteño
Find your feet in the city and discover the best bits of Buenos Aires's bustling metropolis. This city tour takes it all in, exploring Buenos Aires’s tumultuous history, rich culture, striking architecture, mesmerizing street art, and tranquil coastline. By the end of this bike tour, you’ll be left feeling a little bit like a ‘Porteño’ (a Buenos Aires resident) yourself. This city tour stops at Parque Lezama, La Bombonera, Caminito, Reserva Ecológica, Puente de la Mujer, and Plaza de Mayo.
Begin your bike tour with a stop at Parque Lezama. Located in the vibrant neighborhood of San Temlo, this is the city's oldest park, home to the National Historical Museum as well as a monument to the city's founder – Don Pedro de Mendoza. Soak up its tranquil atmosphere as you pedal past the landscaped gardens and stately trees.
Venture on to La Bombonera, the iconic stadium of Boca Juniors, one of Argentina's most beloved football clubs. 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.
Continue cycling towards the trendy La Boca neighborhood, where your bike tour will stop at one of Buenos Aires's most iconic streets. Caminito is a lively pedestrian area that is a hub of artistic expression, where tango dancers perform on the streets, and vibrant facades display captivating artwork. Try a bit of Argentine tango yourself or ask your guide about the magnificent murals that adorn the walls.
Leaving the vibrant streets of La Boca behind, you'll journey to Reserva Ecológica. This ecological reserve is a maze of scenic trails, so take in the beauty of the wetlands and diverse wildlife that call this oasis home.
Your bike tour then crosses the Puente de la Mujer. Its name means 'Bridge of the Woman' in English, and its sculptural, organic form is inspired by the entangled legs of a tangoing couple, creating a visual effect that is striking and serene in equal measure.
Your day tour then arrives at Puerto Madero. This rejuvenated waterfront district showcases the city's modernization while preserving its historic port heritage and providing stunning views of the Rio de la Plata.
This guided tour's final stop is Plaza de Mayo, the historic heart of Buenos Aires. Ringed by important historic buildings, including Casa Rosada (the presidential palace), this square has been a focal point for protests and political movements throughout Argentina's history. Your guide will provide an insight into the symbolism of the square for the Madres de Plaza de Mayo and other valiant political movements during the time of Argentina's military dictatorship.
This bike tour includes a lunch of an Argentine sandwich with your choice of filling: beef, pork, chicken, or cheese. Armed with a true sense of Buenos Aires’s fiery ‘Porteño’ culture, the city’s cultural highlights, and your guide’s insider recommendations, this bike tour leaves you ready to capitalize on your time in ‘La Reina del Plata’.
Days Start Finish Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday 10:00 am ~3:00 pm
Please arrive for the tour 10 minutes before departure time.
Rate USD Adult $65 Group of 7 - 11 $58.50 Group of 12 $55.25
Parque Lezama, La Bombonera, Caminito, Reserva Ecológica, Puente de la Mujer, Plaza de Mayo
- Bike and helmet rental
- English-speaking guide
- Lunch, snacks, and bottled filtered water
Meeting place & directions
Biking Buenos Aires - Balcarce 1028, C1064 San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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