Half Day Bike Tour in Medellin - Local food, Coffee and Beer

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Exploring Medellin by bike means access to hidden back roads, quiet parks, and viewpoints, but local knowledge is essential for finding a safe and fun route through the city. What could be better than a bike city tour on a sunny day in Medellin? During the day bike tour Medellin, you will visit the most representative touristic sights and spots that you would not go by your own, guided by local guides that know the city better than anyone. Duration of the bike tour is between 3 and 4 hours, departing every day at 9:30 AM and 3:00 Pm In this way, you will get to know the city in a special route, including hidden parks, special streets, stunning viewpoints and iconic places.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Green Bike Tour Medellin

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Estadio Atanasio Girardot

The stadium was built in 1953 and was renovated for the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia to a capacity of 40,043. The stadium was named after Atanasio Girardot, a Colombian revolutionary leader who fought alongside Simón Bolívar.

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Barefoot Park (Spanish: Parque de los Pies Descalzos) is a zen-inspired public park in Medellín, Colombia. The park was funded by EPM and designed by architect Felipe Uribe de Bedout. The park includes a green area with gardens and bamboo, a sand area, and an area with water fountains

Stop At: Centro Administrativo La Alpujarra

La Alpujarra Administrative Center, officially known as the José María Córdova Administrative Center, is an urban complex of government buildings built in the 1980s for the administration of the Antioquia department and Medellín municipality. The center consists of two buildings separated by a plaza. This plaza includes the sculpture called "Monument to the Race" by Rodrigo Arenas Betancourt, in honor of the history of Antioquia.

Stop At: Parque de la Luz

The area now occupied by Parque de las Luces, also known as Plaza Cisneros, was once the main marketplace in Medellín. Today, 300 illuminated pillars stand in the space, providing shade by day and light by night.

Stop At: Parques del Rio

Explore The river that currently divides the city in two, which is limited territoriality by its condition of Valley. On the Banks of the river, historically, large national routes have been located, which not only divide the city physically and socially, but also in terms of environment.

Stop At: Plaza Botero

Our local tour guide will guide you through the city center and you will take the chance to take great pictures after listerning the interesting history of this square and feel the local vibe

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Pueblito Paisa

In this place, you will enjoy an amazing viewpoint of all Medellin from North to south, during that time the tour guide will give you local beer or fresh beer

Duration: 30 minutes
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