Buenos Aires Bike Tour

Price: $118.00
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Summary
Shore Excursion SizeSmall
Shore Excursion TypeCultural, Active, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration7 Hours
Activity LevelEasy
Shore Excursion Leaves FromA taxi (not included, approximately 415 ARS each way) is required to reach your departure location. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage ProvidedAn Argentine lunch, Yerba Mate (traditional tea), water, and an alfajor (traditional dessert) is included. Vegetarian options are available upon request at time of booking.
Recommended DressComfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and close-toed shoes are recommended. Please refrain from wearing sandals.
RestrictionsPassengers must be at least 15 years old. This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Although this tour rides at an easy and comfortable pace, it is highly recommended that each guest knows how to ride a bike. Should any guest feel uncomfortable riding a bike, the tour operator may require them to ride a bit more, assuring that they are comfortable with the bike, before the tour begins.

Buenos Aires Bike Tour

Tour Buenos Aires' most beautiful and historic sights on this bike tour of Argentina's capital. Your adventure will begin when you meet your tour guide, who will assign you a bike (with its own name). Your friendly tour guide is determined to share with you the best of this beautiful city.

On this Buenos Aires tour you will ride from San Telmo to Parque Lezama. You will learn that the latter is on the border of La Boca and is also the first place any European settler ever set foot in the area. As you ride through the city, your guide will detail fascinating stories of the plazas, parks, stadiums, and reserves you will pass.

Your Buenos Aires bike tour includes several stops where you will have the chance to feel like a local. Eating an Argentine lunch, drinking the traditional tea yerba mate, and listening to live music, you will feel enmeshed in this lively and vibrant city. On this tour of Buenos Aires you will see a live tango show in one of the city's oldest plazas, Plaza Dorrego. You'll get to walk the famous street known as "Caminito"? and even ride through the Ecological Reserve in Puerto Madero. Also, at the Recoleta Cemetary, you will pay respects to Evita Duarte's final home. Lastly, gaze at the memorial statue of General Jose de San Martin, a local hero. This is a fun and refreshing way to see the best of Buenos Aires, so grab a bike and ride along!