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Bike Tour Tigre - San Isidro

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Activity Schedule

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  • Duration

    4.5 HOURS

  • Start time

    • Start time: 09:15
    • Start time: 13:45

  • Meeting Point
    Meeting Point:
    • Av. Santa Fe,772
    Buenos Aires, Argentina, C1059
  • Ending Point

Key Highlights

  • Easy to book – easy to cancel – easy to change
  • Book early and receive discounts
  • Price same or lower than local rates
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Drive through beautiful Buenos Aires on this exciting bike tour of the city. Cycling is one of the very best ways of getting from A to B in this large, cosmopolitan gem of a city. Hop onto the saddle, learn the fascinating history of the city and make new friends along the way, all of this while experiencing the unparalleled romantic atmosphere of Buenos Aires.

The trip begins by meeting up with the rest of your group and the enthusiastic guide that will accompany you throughout the duration of the tour. The whole adventure lasts between four and five hours, a comfortable time to get to explore all of the city’s main neighbourhoods. And don’t worry about the traffic; your guide’s city savvy will keep you away from it.

Discover the enchanting Tigre, a small island surrounded by the rivers Reconquista, Tigre and Lujan. As you glide through it, observe rowing clubs, beautiful residential areas and all sorts of activities being practise in or alongside the rivers.
People flock to the Fruit Market, one of the Delta’s most colourful sites, to purchase cane furniture, bamboo baskets, natural products and, of course, fresh fruit.

San Isidro was originally a farming area, but now it is full of breath-taking private residences built along narrow sidewalks and cobbled streets. Admire the stunning Cathedral that juts out of this part of town and the excellent views of the river. You will also drive through Barrancas de Acassuso, Olivos and many more.

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