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Biking Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina
About Biking Buenos Aires
WE STOP TO MAKE IT STOP. Due to current COVID-19 context, in order to protect both our staff and guests, we have suspended our tours until March, the 29 2020. More information and contact on our website. *** Much more than a bike tour: a way to seize "the City of Fury" in a few hours only. You will quickly feel familiar with Buenos Aires, thanks to our very secret tips: do-it-yourself local experiences; easy contacts with locals; small groups of guests; and the safest pedalling ratio in Buenos Aires (1 guide to every 5 guests). From the remote Tigre Delta to the city’s hyper-active center, we connect travellers to Buenos Aires and its B-sides using the right balance between academic, popular and alternative contents; for a fresh take on Argentina’s actuality and history.
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Ultimate Bike Tour: All-Day All-Inclusive All-City

Combine cycling and sightseeing on this full-day bike tour and enjoy an action-packed itinerary that ticks off the best bits of Buenos Aires. Weave your way around the cobblestone lanes of San Telmo, pass the colorfully painted houses of La Boca and glide along the modern waterfront of Puerto Madero. Take a detour through the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, stopping to tuck into a delicious Argentine-style BBQ (included). After lunch, visit Evita’s grave in the Recoleta Cemetery, then pedal to Plaza de Mayo to see the famous Casa Rosada.
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7 hours
from $100.00

Heart of the City Bike Tour

Pedal through the historical heart of Buenos Aires on this 5-hour bike tour. Follow your cycling guide through the historic neighborhoods of La Boca and San Telmo, getting a feel for the roots of Buenos Aires. Continue to Puerto Madero, a recently revitalized area that is also home to the city's Ecological Reserve. Make many stops along the way to rest and take photos. Stop for a traditional parilla lunch and then head toward Plaza de Mayo, the site of many important historical events in Argentina's history. Lunch and use of bicycle and helmet are included.
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5 hours
from $70.00

Hidden Graffiti And Urban Art Tour

Cycle far off the beaten path in Buenos Aires with a 4-hour bike tour of the city’s best graffiti and street art. Pedal through the backstreets and alleys of the historic San Telmo, La Boca, and Barracas neighborhoods, stopping to admire vibrant murals and explore the city’s evolution into one of the world’s urban art capitals at local design cooperatives and cafes.
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5 hours
from $65.00

Tigre Bike & Kayak Day Tour

Get out of the city and off the typical tourist trail on this biking and kayaking trip to the Tigre Delta. Pedal through Buenos Aires' "green lung," Los Bosques de Palermo to take a train part of the way, then bike through the northern suburbs and kayak around the Tigre Delta and its islands. Includes lunch.
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9 hours
from $150.00

Sneaky Graffiti Ride

A much more profound recognition of the northern Buenos Aires, and how street art is a reflection of peoples lifestyle's and minds. It also covers a varied amount of neighborhoods (Different Palermo's , Villa Crespo, and the Border of Recoleta) to create a much wider sense of connection with the city.

We will also mate in the morning to get pumped up,
Paint a wall
Film your own piece of art!
and have Afternoon snacks in a local Pizzeria
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5 hours
from $69.34
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Tula45 wrote a review Apr 2020
Preston, United Kingdom457 contributions137 helpful votes
In late February 2020, just before the world changed due to Covid 19! We did two tours with Biking Buenos Aires. I pre booked and pre paid the tours. The first day we did the full City Tour. It was one of the best City tours I have ever done. We learnt so much about the history of the city and Argentina. The guide was top class. We visited all the sights we wanted to see. It was a first class day out and highly recommended. The city is flat so even though I am in my 60s it was not a problem. The next day we did the Tigra Delta Bike & Kayak. Again, a fabulous day out. Going on the bikes, taking the local train and then the Kayak. On these tours you get to see things you can never experience if you’re on a coach trip. When you can visit again, use this company. Top Class Professionals. Thank you Biking Buenos Aires, Good Luck and stay safe!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Voyage821507 wrote a review Mar 2020
New York City, New York4 contributions
My husband and I took a private tour with Raymond and feel that he gave us a great perspective of the history of Buenos Aires. And in the process we experienced the city in a closer more intimate way.
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Date of experience: February 2020
WanderlustNC wrote a review Mar 2020
Raleigh, North Carolina56 contributions31 helpful votes
We took the Heart of the City Bike Tour on our first full day in the city. What a great way to get familiar with the city to help prioritize what we wanted to do the rest of our stay. Marcelo and Ricardo were great guides. Both spoke English well and Marcelo was a fountain of information on the city, including much of the history behind the sites we were seeing. They also took great care to make sure we stayed safe riding in the city. I highly recommend this tour!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Dave G wrote a review Mar 2020
Detroit, Michigan9 contributions4 helpful votes
The street art tour was a highlight of our two-week stay in Argentina. Raymond took us out of the tourist zone to working class neighborhoods with stunningly good murals, throwing in a wealth of cultural and historical knowledge, a mate-introductory session and a great sandwich from a streetside vendor. We greatly enjoyed the foodie scene, museums and parks, but this ride greatly enriched our visit - and it was fun.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Abbas Z wrote a review Mar 2020
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Buenos Aires is a phenomenal city and with lots of diverse neighborhoods. By foot it would be impossible to cover the ground needed to truly appreciate them and by bus you’d miss the little details. Biking through the city was just perfect and it let you soak in all the details plus cover a lot of ground. Cheryl our guide was knowledgeable, passionate, young spirited, and very kind. I would recommend her to anyone. Not to mention for the price we got a 7 hour tour, lunch, and a fernet!
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Date of experience: March 2020