Discover beautiful places like San Telmo or Puerto Madero on an exciting bicycle tour. Let yourself be carried away by the beautiful weather and great stories.
Discover the historic areas of the city of La Boca, San Telmo and other beautiful places
Enjoy an exciting tour, guided by a professional tour guide
Admire and learn more about the history, architecture and life of these metropolises
After you meet the guide in our office in San Telmo at about 13.45, the cycle tour begins and depending on the route you choose, you will visit the following beautiful places:
Southern part: The tour starts in San Telmo, one of the oldest districts of the city, known for its preserved colonial architecture. Head to Parque Lezama, which offers rustic paths, fake cement beams and lookouts where you could once see the river. Then drive to the neighborhood of La Boca. This neighborhood is known for its colorful buildings and cosmopolitan history. The tour continues to the newest part of the city, Puerto Madero. From there you go to the Ecological Reserve, an area between the city and the Rio de la Plata, where nature and the environment are protected and the original flora of the Pampas is preserved. This is the last place you will be able to visit, as it is the end of your attractive tour.
It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and clothes.
The tour can be cancelled or postponed in case of heavy rain.
• Spanish, English and Portuguese Tour Guide
• Necessary equipment (bicycle, helmet, high chair)
• Medical care
• Hotel pick-up and return transport
• Food & Beverages
Please come to San Telmo, 831 Defensa Street in Buenos Aires at 1:45 pm.
Please bring your booking confirmation.
This deal can be cancelled for free up to 2 days before the date of the activity.
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