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Explore the North of Buenos Aires - Bike Tour

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Activity Schedule

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  • Duration

    4 HOURS

  • Start time

  • Meeting Point
    • Pasaje Giuffra 308 San Telmo
    Buenos Aires, Argentina,
  • Ending Point

Key Highlights

  • A professional guide to guide you through the most magical places
  • Includes all the necessary equipment
  • Visit the neighbourhoods of Puerto Madero, Retiro, Recoleta, Palermo and Monserrat


Find out why Buenos Aires is considered the Paris of South America. The capital city is home to numerous palaces, theatres, ornamental buildings and flirtatious cafes that we discover on this bike tour in the north of the city. Choose this sustainable mode of transport to join our circuit through green parks and emblematic neighbourhoods. History and modernity come together in a route that will leave an impression.

Explore corners of Buenos Aires and learn about the history behind the buildings and monuments. Equipped with a bike, helmet, lock, map and bottle of water, we visit places inaccessible to cars through picturesque cobbled streets. Pedalling up to one of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in the city, Puerto Madero, and enjoy incredible views over the river. By following the coastline we access the Retiro, another pleasant and bustling neighbourhood with several attractions such as the General San Martin Plaza, the Monumental Tower and the train station.

Just a few blocks away is Recoleta, an important historical and architectural focal point known for its cemetery, a work of art in itself. Admire the uniqueness of this building before heading to Palermo, a little further north, where we dive deeper into the most famous green area of the city, the Palermo Woods, full of trees and lakes. Before the end of the tour we explore the central district of Montserrat, home to the iconic Plaza de Mayo.


  • Drinks
  • Equipment
  • Tourguide


  • Meal
  • Tickets

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