La Boca and City Center Bike Tour

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  • 4 hr

This tour is your doorway to know the core of Buenos Aires and experience the city waking up. The different stops you´re going to make are designed to give you a full perspective of the city´s customs and daily routines. You will be able to buy souvenirs and take as many pictures as you want. San Telmo, La Boca, La Bombonera, Caminito, Reserva Ecologica, Puerto Madero and Casa Rosada are among the landmarks and places you will be enjoying. There´s nothing more enjoyable than a tour where you can ask all your burning questions to your knowledgeable and experienced tour guide.You will be told about the history, local gems and untold stories hidden behind the two birthplaces of the city, the passions, the culture, the codes, the street arts, the architecture and the monuments in these neighbourhoods you will be visiting. Then, a deep nature ride inside the ecological reserve, alongside the river La Plata will be the cherry on top to make your journey the most unforgettable.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Rental Bike Argentina

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Rental Bike Argentina

Our shop. Starting and finishing point.

Duration: 1 minutes

Stop At: Parque Lezama

The oldest quarter of the city where is located the first birthplace of Buenos Aires, Parque Lezama; Different pages of Argentina´s history were written in this emblematic square, also by all the other monuments surrounding it.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At:

In the heart of San Telmo, known as the onion domes, La Santísima Trinidad is a clear representation of the city´s ethnical and cultural diversity. Now as part of Argentina´ s heritage, the unique in shape and architecture monument represents the silent but present community of East Europeans cuddled by Buenos Aires.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: La Boca

The colourful neighbourhood exposes Argentina’s passion for arts and football. With the exhibition of painted murals, street arts and the famous stadium Alberto ¨La BOMBONERA¨ Armando, one of the most photographed landmark of Argentina, the birthplace of tango always welcome wholeheartedly its visitors to tell them about the untold stories of Argentina´s past and deep core.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Estadio Alberto J. Armando (La Bombonera)

We stop to talk about the history and the different stories concerning this mythical stadium and the reason behind the passions of the neighbourhoods inhabitants. One of the most photographed places of Argentina.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Caminito

Our first long stop. The colourful open air museum of Caminito. The home of the tango, unique with its astonishing conventillos. An undeniable opportunity to buy souvenirs, take pictures or admire the colourful landscapes by the river.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Reserva Ecologica

One of the most protected natural area in the city. There, gaze the horizon; Cycle alongside the river La Plata; Explore hundreds of species of birds and other animals riding under the shades of the trees. It's closed on Mondays and rainy days.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Puerto Madero

We will cross the bridge of the new and second port of Buenos Aires. The newest neighbourhood of the city where urbanism, arts and nature bond together to offer a wonderful panorama.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Plaza de Mayo

The second birthplace of the city. A compilation of hundreds years of history humbly shared between La Casa Rosada, El Cabildo, La Cathedral Metropolitana and so on…A must see site, with carefully told stories.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Casa Rosada

Headquarters of the executive government, The Pink House stands bold among the cocktail of landmarks of Plaza de Mayo. Get to hear the story behind its construction, color and some crucial events taken place in this palace.

Duration: 5 minutes
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