Explore the diverse neighborhoods of Buenos Aires by bike, such as Puerto Madero, La Boca, San Telmo, the Ecological Reserve, and Plaza de Mayo. Get to grips with a fascinating history and culture of the city in just 1 day, led by an expert guide.
What to Expect
Explore Buenos Aires by bike and led by an expert guide. This is the most leisurely and efficient way to see the city. The tour begins at the meeting point in Retiro. After a safety talk and introduction the history of Buenos Aires, you are ready to begin your adventure.
The first stop is in Puerto Madero, this is newest neighborhood of the city. See the contrast between the old British colonial buildings and the new skyscrapers. Your guide will point out to you the Women’s Bridge, and the many rowers frequenting the docks.
Roll along to the ecological reserve to spend some time in Buenos Aires bountiful nature. Have some time to rest here, and enjoy some traditional Mate.
Later in La Boca, feel the influence of immigration–tango culture and soccer passion is high at the Boca Juniors Stadium and the art stands in Caminito.
After leaving La Boca arrive to San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city. Defensa Street is full of colonial buildings and antique shops for you to peruse and maybe snap up a bargain.
A few more blocks and you will be in Plaza de Mayo, the most important historical location in Buenos Aires. After some time here, head back to Retiro to the starting point.
- Bike and helmet
- Tour guide
- Bottled water
- Traveler's insurance