Heart of the City

Discover the historical heart of Buenos Aires, and its beating B-sides.
  • Everyday
  • 5 hs.
  • USD 65
  • ~ 15 kms
  • We ride, rain or shine!
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BOOKING IN TWO STEPS

You’ve just arrived and Buenos Aires has already intoxicated you with it’s bustling pace, the scent of a “parrilla” (grill) on every corner, and its expressive, passionate locals. But you’re lost trying to make sense of it all! We know it’s overwhelming. Allow us to assist you.

We’ll spend this information-packed day together on two wheels, meandering through the city’s turbulent history, rich culture, dramatic architecture, magnificent street art and along its peaceful coastline. And you’ll get to smell, hear, taste, feel, gawk your way into everything Porteño as we guide you!

We’ll bestow upon you the skills required to impress any local as you partake in a centuries-old Argentine tradition. We’ll discover the unexpected origins of a famous local pastime and invite you to “morfar” (feast) on an obscene boardwalk lunch. By the end of the day, you’ll most likely have decided to extend your stay.

This is the perfect introduction to Buenos Aires – we recommend that you ride with us on the first day or two of your visit so you can “aprovechar”(make the most of), everything you experience. Nos vemos!

*Ride time is approximately 2 hours. Too long? Check our lunchless private version of the same tour.

what does it
include?

Our AAIB (Almost All-Inclusive Bureau) remains attentive to any legitimate expectation of your day with us. A tortoise with salad in the basket of your bike, for instance, is not included (if you do want one, please check our Tailor Made options).

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  • Bikes

  • Do it yourself

  • Smiling solutions

  • Helmets

  • Weahter upgrades

  • Snacks

  • Expert Skipper

But also

A memorable Argentine lunch (your choice of chicken, beef or pork or vegetarian (cheese) sandwich)
Public Liability Insurance

Bottled filtered water (environment matters)
Bilingual guides (when not trilingual)

Your initiatic journey

What is the relation between an anarchist, an Italian immigrant and a blob of dulce de leche on your shoe?
Jump on and become an active part of the culture of our city.

1

START

Get to know your guide, the other guests, the route. Chat with us about the latest weather and inflation updates and master our safety gesture language (the dictionary has 4 words).

2

RIDE!

At the rhythm you need to wake up, and get to know your bike.

3

LOOKOUT!

You did not see it, but 3 floors above you there is a huge mural.

4

ASK US

Along the way, about any weird custom you may notice - there are a lot.

5

SHARE

Your travel experiences with your co-riders - many roads lead to Buenos Aires!

6

EAT

Debate grilling techniques with our experts between mouthfuls.

7

ASK THE GUIDE

For live translation of the joke the chef just made with you OR get an express street class on local gestures and cope on your own.

8

MAKE YOUR OWN

mate (Argentine typical infusion) and take your own selfie while tasting it!

9

GET RID

of your guide and wander independently (no extra charge).

10
KEEP MOVING

Get back to our place, freshen up and choose (one or more answers).
A/ enjoy further personalized recommendations
B/ go to the bar with your new local connections
C/ Start processing your memories
D/ Hit the road again!

WHAT OTHER TRAVELLERS
LOVED ABOUT US

Date of experience: 05/2019 - Bárbara

I learnt lots about Argentine history and the social and political challenges today. I got to know how to prepare mate. I also made a pet glass to drink local fernet. Taste South America! What I appreciate much is that Biking Buenos Aires is environmentally friendly and uses sustainable products.
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committee

We take the worry away. Our pioneering group is full of innovative departments whose daily focus is the operative part of your adventure, just for you not to bother. But if you do, here goes the list of their specialities:

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