Enjoy an alternative sightseeing experience in Buenos Aires on an exploratory full-day bike tour of the Argentinian capital, led by a professional guide. Climb aboard a comfortable bicycle and embark on a leisurely tour of Buenos Aires’ historical and cultural highlights; absorb the architectural charm of the San Telmo neighborhood; admire the famous football stadium, La Bombonera; and reflect on life and death at the spectacular La Recoleta cemetery. Enjoy a delicious lunch inspired by Argentinian culinary classics on this enriching tour.
Paul A United Kingdom
Having just one free day in Buenos Aires i wanted to try and see as much of the city as possible so chose to do a cycle tour, instead of a walking tour or a bus tour and it turned out to be a fabulous day out with Ben my guide. Just the two of us. There is a great network of designated cycle lanes in the city making it easy to get aboutthrough the traffic. We cycled at a leisurely pace which was good as it was a hot day, but Ben made lots of stops at important landmarks. He is so knowledgeable on the city's history. He also took me to a fabulous lunch spot where you can get the famous bandiolas - Argentine pork sandwich. It is a full day with lots to see, starting at 10am and we finished around 5.30pm. Ben also gave me some recommendations for somewhere to eat in the evening. Very helpful. Altogether this tour is excellent value, and would highly recommend them.
outstanding bike tour. great guide and the company tremendous. pre-trip confirmation allowed directions to site in a timely manner. small group made tour wonderful. great way to see city- and avoid the crowds. guide very knowledgeable. company also has other great tours of surrounding region. good for cyclists at all levels.
Excellent. Mark and I really enjoyed the tour. We cycled 20 miles and had a friendly and informative guide. We saw the main sites and felt very comfortable with the city bike lane provision.
The bike tour took place in a sunny warm day and our guide Bautista was extremely friendly, prepared and spoke very good English. It was nice to bike all over huge Buenos Aires, getting the first idea and understanding of the city from a complete point of view.
Mate and alfajor in La Boca, lunch break in Puerto Madero with simple but tasty choripan were a plus.
We consider the bike toour overpriced and as a matter of fact what was supposed to be a Group tour turned out to be an individual tour for my friend and myself... Which we didn't complain about at all!
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