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Buenos Aires South Circuit Bike Tour Including Caminito

By: BA Bikes
Highlights
  • Explore Buenos Aires’ historic neighborhoods by bike
  • Local guide: visit the best viewpoints
  • Leisurely pace: suitable for all ages and abilities 
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Buenos Aires South Circuit Bike Tour Including Caminito
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We explore the areas where BA was born 500 years ago. A ride full of historical places and amazing buildings, including the working-class areas and the spot where Tango was born: Caminito.
From US$33.00
Morning South Tour
We explore the areas where BA was born 500 years ago. A ride full of historical places and amazing buildings, including the working-class areas and the spot where Tango was born: Caminito.
From US$33.00
Overview
The Buenos Aires neighborhoods of San Telmo and La Boca are famous for their historic monuments, tango clubs, and lively street markets. On this tour, discover the scenic districts by bike and take the time to explore away from the tourist trail. Cycle around the beautiful Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve; visit Plaza de Mayo, Caminito Street, and La Bombonera stadium; and gain an insight into local life in the city.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in downtown Buenos Aires and set out to explore the city’s central neighborhoods. First, cycle through the modern waterfront district of Puerto Madero, where the glittering high-rise buildings offer a startling contrast to the colonial buildings of San Telmo and La Boca.

Glide around the lush parklands of the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, which runs along the Rio de la Plata, and pass through the grand Plaza de Mayo, home to the Casa Rosada. Continue to La Boca, stopping to take photos of the famous La Bombonera stadium and admire the brightly painted houses along Caminito Street. Finally, explore lively San Telmo, where the cobblestone lanes are lined with tango venues, street artists, and colorful murals.

Your tour ends back at the departure point.
Reviews (95)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Great way to see the city!

I'm sad that I forgot the names of the guides in my tour (I'm sorry guys) because they where really nice and friendly. I had so much fun in this tour, it was an interesting and fun way to see the city. It's also a...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank diljas93
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great South Circuit Tour with Gaston

Great way to start my trip and really gave me a good appreciation for Buenos Aires. Gaston was an awesome guide with lots of humor, interesting information and recommendations. The ride itself was easy and safe. I try to do bike tours everywhere I travel...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Christilyn84
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great city tour

Best thing we did in Argentina! Cesar and Nic were outstanding and I have a richer understanding of the county of Argentina.... amazing country and amazing bike tour.

Thank PeteL104
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Excellent! Thank you for a great afternoon.

We completed the south circuit with Caesar and Nicho today - they were awesome! So glad we did the tour, nice group and roads were safe - great way to see a lot in a short time and the commentary helped us to understand a...More

Thank avivaviva
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Cesar and Niko are great guides

It was our first day in Buenos Aires and we took the BA Bike tour on a whim. We met Niko and Cesar and they really made our day. They‘re smart, funny and told great stories about the city. Highly recommended to all who want...More

Thank 456luigil
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December 22, 2018|
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Response from Monique688 | Reviewed this property |
The tour I did was in English. I think they offer a few different languages.
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