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.
What a great tour! There were 6 in our group ranging from 14-50 yrs of age. Alex was a wonderful guide -- so full of knowledge about history and current events, funny and witty! The main streets were a little harrowing with the busy, busy traffic, but Alex maneuvered our group around the city in a safe manner and at a great pace. The riding was mostly on flat terrain with one uphill stretch at the end.
Awesome! Great time to cover many areas and stops! Loved our guide Aires from the Netherlands!
Great tour. Good opportunity for exercise. Dress for the weather as in June/July you may need gloves. Marcus was an excellent guide who spoke English very well.
Our tour guide was so informative, we learned a lot about various aspects of the beautiful city of BA. Beautiful scenery, nice bike paths and bike lanes on the busier roads.
Loved this tour, Alex the guide very friendly, informative and great sense of hum out. Best way to see Buenos Aires at ground level with the locals, highly recommend.
What an incredible time. Our guides, Iris and Nico where just the best. The passion they had for their city and unselfish desire to share as much knowledge started the vacation off perfectly. Do this tour before any other. You'll be amazed how much better your time in Buenos Aires will be. Thanks Nico and Iris!
Excellent, very good. I will always try and do a bike tour when I arrive in a new city from now on.
This was a fantastic ride / tour through the city. Our tour guide was excellent and had great insights on the places visited. This was fun, fun, fun.
My husband and I took this tour and are so glad we did! Our Tangol guide was highly knowledgeable and really customized the tour to make sure we saw the things we hoped to see. We were able to get off our bikes at several points: to walk through the rose gardens (El Rosedal) in el Parque Tres de Febrero, to tour the Recoleta Cemetery, and to see the changing of the guards at the Islas Malvinas War Memorial, and more. Our guide continued our tour, which was in the morning, right up until the start of the afternoon tour. We definitely got our money's worth! Wear sunscreen and be prepared for some traffic at the beginning and end of the tour. The rest of the trip will be at a leisurely pace.
This is a great way to see a lot of the city in a short amount of time. You should be an experienced bike rider as some of the ride is thru traffic, but most of it was on bike paths.
Tour guide was very knowledgeable and the bike ride was a very casual ride. Only at one point was there a bit of a climb up a hill. I would recommend being somewhat confident on a bike. At certain points on the tour, we were off the bike paths and on the actual roadways. Having the ability to look around at the traffic while keeping your bike in a straight line improves your safety. The ride is all done in single file, but be careful when simply following the person in front of you at road intersections. A traffic light can change mid-group and you don't want to get stuck in the middle of moving traffic. (Basic common sense but worth noting)
We had a great time, and would recommend it to anyone wanting to see a lot of the city in a short amount of time.
Had a great time, hadn't been on a bike for 50+ years, the guide was very patient with both my husband and I and we got a wonderful tour of this part of the city.
Great tour! Saw a lot at a good pace. Mark was an excellent guide. The bike lanes are relatively new, so keep that in mind...