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La Boca and City Center Bike Tour

Highlights
  • Pedal through the southern part of Buenos Aires' city center on a bike tour
  • Listen to commentary on the historical, cultural and architectural features along the ride from your cycling guide
  • Ride at a comfortable pace with plenty of stops to take photos and rest
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La Boca and City Center Bike Tour
From US$33.00
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La Boca and City Center Bike Tour
From US$33.00
Overview
Explore the south city center of Buenos Aires on a bike during this 4-hour cycling tour. Pedal at a comfortable pace through San Telmo, Puerto Madero and La Boca. Listen to engaging commentary from your cycling guide about the history, culture, food and people of Buenos Aires. Learn about tango and futbol, the twin passions of Buenos Aires residents, through a visit to 'el Caminito', a colorful pedestrianized street and center of public city life. Use of all cycling equipment is included; this tour is suitable for riders of all levels.
What to Expect
Feel like a true Argentinian as you sip a 'Mate' tea before starting your cycling adventure around Buenos Aires. Heading off with your local guide, start your trip across San Telmo, the old quarter of the city and feel as if you've stepped back in time 100 years. Stop at the Lezama Park and hear about the first foundations of the city, immigration and the history of Tango.

Cycle through La Boca and stop to gaze at La Bombonera, the heart of the area and symbol of the passion for football here. Visit the area of Caminito and discover your inner artistic side as you pass through this creative neighborhood. Feel the breeze as you bike towards Puerto Madero, the second harbor of the city, which evolved into the most modern neighborhood in Argentina.

In the second half of the tour, discover the Reserva Ecológica, the only protected urban area in the city, nourished by the river and visited by local and foreign birds. The last part of your excursion will be at the Plaza de Mayo, where Buenos Aires was founded back in 1580. See the Old Cabildo, Metropolitan Cathedral – former home of Pope Francis and the Casa Rosada.
Reviews (11)
1 - 5 of 10 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing experience.

The bike tour was amazing. Diego and Fernando were extraordinarily friendly and lovely. We have an unforgettable morning in Buenos Aires with Diego as a guide, Tomas and Andrea, from Austria, Jackie and I, from Brazil. We really, really, really recommend.

Thank Marcus S
Reviewed 21 July 2018
Don't leave Buenos Aires without doing this tour

Diego safely guided us through the southern parts of the city at an easy, comfortable pace which was ideal for regular exercisers and those not used to physical exertion. Ample time spent at each stopping point to take pictures and listen to detailed commentary. A...More

Thank Eileen M
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile
Great day of biking with Diego

This bike tour is a great way to exercise and get an overview of important neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. This tour did not disappoint. Our guide (Diego) was terrific and super knowledgeable. Perfect English. We stayed mainly on BA's bike paths (ciclovias). The city is...More

Thank BeachBrook
Reviewed 10 June 2018
Awesome guides, great experience!

My partner and I throughly enjoyed our South City bike tour! It was 9.30am Monday morning so we ended up being the only guests and they had a new guide being trained so we probably had an unusually rare ratio of 1:1 guides to guests....More

Thank Scott C
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile
Really got the feel of the place and the people

We did the bike tour on our first day in Buenos Aires and it was the perfect way to get familiar with the wonderful city and it’s people. Our guides were amazing and really shared the sentiment of the city and its people with us....More

Thank nzbridgie
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