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Bike Tour: Half-Day City Highlights of Buenos Aires

  • See more of Buenos Aires on a comfortable half-day guided bike tour
  • Open to all ages and skill levels; child seats available upon request
  • Two departure times to fit your schedule
Bike Tour: Half-Day City Highlights of Buenos Aires
From US$45.00
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City highlights Morning TourMost Popular
Explore the most traditional districts such as Puerto Madero, La Boca-Caminito, San Telmo and Plaza de mayo-Casa Rosada.
City highlights Afternoon Tour
Explore The most traditional districs such as Puerto Madero, La Boca-Caminito, San Telmo and Plaza de mayo-Casa Rosada.

Explore Buenos Aires while traveling like a local on this half-day bike tour of the Argentine capital. Pedal around the city on this tour that provides all the necessary equipment. Let your guide lead the way so you don't have to worry about directions while checking out neighborhoods such as Puerto Madero and La Boca, learning by listening to live commentary on the way.

What to Expect

Meet your guide and group in San Martin Square, where you listen to a safety orientation and get set up with your bike and helmet. Saddle up and pedal off through some of Buenos Aires' most interesting neighborhoods. Your guide leads the way so you never have to pull over and consult a map or GPS.

Explore the neighborhood of Puerto Madero before heading into the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, an area best explored by bike or foot.

Stop in La Boca's Caminito, a street museum, and see the home of the Boca Juniors, La Bombonera Stadium.

Listen to your guide's historical and cultural commentary as you pedal through San Telmo and past the Palaza de Mayo, home to the Casa Rosada.

End your tour near the starting point with a better understanding of the city geography and ideas of where you might like to return later in your stay.

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1 - 5 of 12 reviews

Reviewed 4 July 2018
Get Intimate with the city

This was the ideal tour to see the city and have the flexibility to get around easily and experience the attractions more intimately. BA has a lot of bike lanes which makes it safe and convenient to get around. The guide was very knowledgeable on...More

Thank muzisbu
Reviewed 10 May 2018
Fabulous bike tour of BA!

This was a terrific tour on Saturday, April 21, 2018 morning. Our guide (Mariano? - I'm terrible with names) was excellent. Perfect English (our Spanish is ok but not great) and great knowledge of local history and culture. The distance was perfect for almost anyone....More

2  Thank jgecko7
Reviewed 11 April 2018 via mobile
Great introduction to the city!

We booked this bike tour to see and learn about parts of the city we may have otherwise missed. Our guide Camila was excellent and shared a ton of information about the city as well as about Argentine history. We would highly recommend this tour...More

Thank Heather C
Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile
Highly recommended to visitors

This is a great way to know the city, covering the key locations across BA city. Our guide, Mariano, spoke very good English and shared a lot of history that one would not be able to cover by foot in that same amount of time.

Thank Aik Lam K
Reviewed 26 January 2018
Lots of biking on haphazard streets, couldn't understand guide well

This tour was mediocre. The guide warned us that some stretches wouldn't have bike lanes, but I was disappointed to find that we were driving through major construction zones and on roads with 18 wheelers doing 50 mph who tried to squeeze past us. I'm...More

Thank Jess R
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21 May 2018|
Response from Heather C | Reviewed this property |
I believe there are two different tour options. The tour we did took us through la Boca but not through the recolleta (I believe that was the other tour option)