Join this active bike tour to discover the iconic neighborhoods of Buenos Aires and learn about their rich history and cultural significance.
The tour begins at the historic General San Martin Square, where you'll learn about the events that took place there. Next, you'll head to the Malvinas Soldiers Memorial and Puerto Madero Bridge, getting a glimpse of the city's military history. Then, you'll make your way to the Ecological Reserve, a protected green space near the city center where you can admire nature and the environment. Next, you'll visit the historic La Boca neighborhood, the birthplace of tango, where you'll take a short break from biking and explore its charming streets by foot.
Finally, you'll head to San Telmo and the May Square, the site of many political events that have shaped the country's history. Get ready for an immersive and active experience that combines exercise, culture, and history.
17 km bike ride (10.5 miles).
On Monday and on rainy days the ecological reserve is closed.
Your guide will meet you at the General San Martín monument in Buenos Aires city.