For Buenos Aires visitors—from first-timers to those looking to get to know the area like a local—bike tours are a great way to hit the massive Argentinean capital city’s highlights. See below for info on how to best explore Buenos Aires by bike.
- Discover Buenos Aires at your own pace as you bike past the city’s top sights and landmarks.
- Explore neighborhoods you might not see on your own, under the direction of an experienced guide.
- Get to know the Argentinean port city like a local does—on two wheels.
- Most tours include all costs of equipment used, and some tours use e-bikes—helpful on those long days of pedaling!
Northern City Tours
Trying to see all of Buenos Aires in one day by bike is quite an undertaking. Consider a tour of the northern parts of the city, which shows you the area’s main attractions without leaving you completely exhausted. Bike through the posh Palermo, Puerto Madero, and Recoleta neighborhoods, and visit major highlights like Barrio Norte and Recoleta Cemetery as you enjoy local architecture and some of the city’s loveliest green spaces.
Southern City Tours
Get a glimpse of Buenos Aires’ artsy side on a bike tour of the city’s southern neighborhoods like San Telmo, Puerto Madero, and La Boca. Learn about Argentinean history, culture, food, and people from your local guide as you pedal through some of the city’s most colorful corners.
For the more adventurous souls who have plenty of energy to pedal all day, a full-day bike tour showcases all of Buenos Aires’ most important neighborhoods and sights—and lunch is usually included in the price. It’s also possible to take a full-day cycling tour outside the city, visiting the Tigre Delta, San Isidro, or even Uruguay.