Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Buenos Aires Bike Tour: Recoleta and Palermo Districts. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Superb guides...really saw the city and felt part of the pace and streetlife
I wish I did both the North and the South tours but the North one was great! Would do it again any day.
Our guide was very knowledgeable. We visited some great neighborhoods and absorbed the local flavor. Kudos are definitely in order.
One of the best travel experiences of my life! Our guide was amazing - so knowledgeable, so friendly and he took great care of us along the way. We drank mate, sat in the park and relaxed, and biked like crazy throughout the north part of the city. However, a promised picnic lunch was not provided.
A great way to see Buenos Aires, it's an easily cyclable city. Our guide was very knowledgeable and accommodating for any wishes.
We loved the trip! The guide gave us the tour we wanted with lots of information to help us get a feel of this beautiful city. We must return.
Great tour - outstanding way to see the town ; be sure to confirm the exact meeting location ahead of time
The bike trip to North BA was good. I was the only one that signed up so it was a private tour. Loved all the places we went to. David was a great tour guide. A little scary going through downtown on a bike...definitely thought I might get hit. Did not get the alfajores or mate as stipulated in the description of the tour. All and all it was a great morning.
This tour was excellent would really recommend it. Great way to see the city and a really good guide.
Would recommend the bike trip; however, be aware of temperature and the fact that you will be biking on grass, rough roads and cobblestones - not the most comfortable ride. Great way to see the city and some of the areas you don't explore by car.
tour was very good and safe sections to bike. this company needs to improve the quality of the actual bikes.
We enjoyed the Bike tour, although we were a little disappointed in that as it was a Sunday we were told we had to meet at the other end of the city, when we met the guide he took us back to the bike shop in a cab, which was a great waist of time?
I suggest the company rectify this situation?
Also part of the tour was on the roadway.
My Wife was not real confident about this.
Buenos Aires is not a friendly town in itself, the less a bicycle friendly town. The bicycle lanes are very short, you mostly ride in the street and when you get to the crowded ones it gets a bit scary.