Embark on a journey of female empowerment on two wheels as you explore the streets of Buenos Aires and discover the trailblazing women who shaped Argentine history.
From monuments to neighborhoods, you'll delve into the lives of military leaders, writers, singers, sculptors, and first ladies who rose to prominence and left a lasting impact on society. As you set off from the iconic San Martin Square, prepare to be awed by the stories of women who fought alongside generals and soldiers for independence and the invisible yet valiant female veterans of the Malvinas War.
Visit landmarks like the Corina Kavanagh church, Juana Azurduy monument, the Women's Bridge in Puerto Madero, the former Women's Prison, and the Nereids Fountain, all of which hold unique and inspiring stories of the women of Argentina's past. Not only will you enjoy a scenic bike ride, but you'll also learn about the ongoing struggles for gender equality and the rich cultural heritage of Argentina's black community.
14 km bike ride (8.7 miles)
Your guide will meet you at the General San Martín monument in Buenos Aires city.