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Small-Group Panoramic Bike Tour in Rio de Janeiro

  • 4-hour bike tour of Rio de Janeiro with an expert guide
  • Visit arresting landmarks like Copacabana Beach, São João Batista and the colored Steps of Selaron at a leisurely pace
  • Enjoy regular rest stops to take pictures and listen to interesting commentary from your expert guide
Small-Group Panoramic Bike Tour in Rio de Janeiro
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Experience the vibrant culture and coastal charisma of Rio de Janeiro on an exciting 4-hour bike tour of the beguiling Brazilian city. Follow a knowledgeable guide on an explorative route past landmarks like Copacabana Beach, São João Batista and the colored Steps of Selaron. Gaze at the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue on his cliff-top perch and explore Rio’s famous celebrity cemetery. Stop regularly to capture photographs and listen to illuminating commentary from your expert guide.
What to Expect
Meet your bike in Copacabana and get your bike and helmet. Board your bike and head to the shores of the Bay of Guanabara and to Lapa and Rio’s historical center. Making use of the new cycle paths, you’ll bike through the lively backstreets of iconic neighborhood Copacabana heading to Botafogo. There you’ll pass by Rio’s ‘celebrity’ cemetery, São João Batista, resting place of several Brazilian presidents, writers, singers, actors and also renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer.
From there you’ll pedal to the Bay of Guanabara, along the beach of Flamengo, local of the first European settlement after the discovery of Rio de Janeiro. After Flamengo the route continues to the historical center of the city, with stops at Cinelândia and Lapa, well known for its nightlife and the `Steps of Selarón’, 250 steps covered in more than 2000 tiles from different countries. On the way back you cycle along the paths winding through Flamengo Park, designed by famous Brazilian landscaper Burle Marx.
The last stretch of the tour will pass along the world famous Copacabana beach and it's historic Copacabana Palace hotel and then you'll head back to the starting point, where your tour ends.
Reviews (59)
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Biking around Rio

This was fun! We covered the city from south to north and back again. Marco our guide was interesting and informative. We had enough stops so it was not too tiring. Highly recommend!

1  Thank 551miah
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great way to tour Rio

I went on the panoramic tour on a Sunday, which turned out to be a perfect day for biking. The traffic was not heavy. I don’t think that I would have enjoyed navigating the bust streets on a week day. The tour takes you round...More

Thank QueenMemphis
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing and Safe Bike Tour around Rio de Janeiro

First of all, I would say that the bikes are in good condition, comfortable, and that the route they choose for this tour is an easy one, meaning that not only sporty people could do it, but also old people or kids. Secondly, I think...More

Thank DanDumitru77
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
The best way to explore Rio - Fun, relaxed and informative! A must do ..

We booked the panoramic tour with Rio By Bike, and it was excellent! We decided to book the tour on our first full day in Rio, hoping this way it would give us a god insight to Rio from the start to pick up some...More

Thank Claire J
Reviewed October 4, 2018
Really great way to see Rio

Had a brilliant morning bike ride around Rio. Ulysses was a brilliant guide and looked after us well. We saw lots of Rio, the bike ride is very doable and the bikes comfy. Lots of stops for drinks and seeing the sites and he was...More

Thank tuck96
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