Parks & Plazas

Chill out in Palermo and dive into Timeless Recoleta.
  • Tue, Thu, Sat
  • 5 hs.
  • USD 75
  • ~ 20 kms
  • We ride, rain or shine!

Parks & Plazas Biking Buenos Aires

Parks & Plazas Biking Buenos Aires

Chill out in Palermo and dive into Timeless Recoleta.


Palermo Parks & Trends is an immersive cultural experience that exposes the contrast between the hipster, the natural, and traditional areas of Palermo and Recoleta. It´s a 15Km bike ride around the parks & plazas of Palermo, the nightlife hub called Soho, and the aristocratic Recoleta cemetery.

This tour leaves at 11 AM from Recycle Bikes, Gorrit street 5615 – Palermo.


  1. Map the terrain for tonight’s party
  2. Sing Gardel´s famous tango
  3. Drink mate by the lake
  4. Ride around the Palermo forests
  5. Pick a flower at the Rosedal
  6. Eat empanadas from a worker-run cooperative
  7. Hear the adventures of Argentina´s liberator – José de San Martin
  8. Make your way to Evita’s grave in the largest open-air art gallery.
  9. Learn the meaning behind the giant metal flower



Why choose this Experience?

At Biking Buenos Aires, we look to reveal connections between travelers and locals by exposing the real city and inviting you to be a part of it.

In this 5 hour immersive experience, we´ll visit the chic part of town, and go over some key contemporary events and tragedies. We´ll also ride around the Palermo forests, a typical local´s route.

This ride around the open spaces and parks of the city is suitable for children and teenagers. We´ll avoid the chaos of the city center.

We´re here for you, and will use our knowledge to tailor the experience to your preferences.

Easy to book, easy to reach us.



Who is this Experience for?

This experience is ideal for curious english-speaking travelers and families who are facing the conundrum of Porteños: What are they all about?



Additional information:

  • This tour goes out every Tuesday and Thursday at 11am, and every Saturday at 12pm.
  • Minimum age limit for this group tour is 12 y/o
  • We can accommodate vegans and vegetarians
  • Total distance: 15Km
  • Total time: 5hrs
  • Physical demand: Easy! We ride through green, open spaces.
Know your way
1 Recycle Bike Shop - Palermo
2 Palermo Soho
3 Lunch - Palermo
4 San Martin´s House
5 Floralis Generica
6 Recoleta Cemetery
7 Rosedal
8 Palermo Forests
9 Regatas Lake
what does it

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

  • Weather upgrades

  • Snacks

  • Expert Skipper

But also

Beer and finger food
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.



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).



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



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



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



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



Debate grilling techniques with our experts between mouthfuls.



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.



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



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


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!


Date of experience: 10/2023 - Sandy Z


I had the best 5 hours with Pato riding our bikes all over Recoleta to many of the gorgeous parks, statues, Recoleta cemetery & much more! We had mate tea in the Rose garden, such a wonderful treat with Pato. This bike tour I can highly recommend for almost anyone of any level. I will never forget this amazing afternoon in Buenos Aires, thank you Pato!!

Date of experience: 09/2023 - Christine M.

Great way to see the city!

We had so much fun exploring Buenos Aires by bike with Jackson! He was a great guide, and he was very knowledgeable and friendly. Highly recommend!

Date of experience: 06/2023 - Bart S.

Great way to experience BA

As a family with 2 teenagers, we made a lovely bike tour through the Northern part of BA. With nice customized bikes, provided with water and lock, we drove safely over bike lanes, with our local English speaking guide Debi, who gave a real personal touch to the tour, including a Mate ritual with lovely medialunas (pastry)

Date of experience: 07/2023 - Brennan C.

Biking Buenos Aires tour

Raymond and his team were amazing! They kept everyone safe and made the city fun and accessible to all. I would highly recommend this to anyone staying in Buenos Aires!

Date of experience: 03/2023 - Nail G.

Great tours

Jackson and Pablo escorted us on two bike tours. I must say I though parks better than central but no reflection on our guides. A great way to see a beautiful city with outstanding commentary from our guides and a full run down on old and recent history and recent Argentinian “issues”. These guys made our trip to BA outstanding so thank you once again.

Date of experience: 09/2023 - Anna L

Excellent Guide; Great Way to See BA

I can't recommend this tour or this company enough! Our guide Pablo was knowledgeable, friendly and full of really interesting and entertaining information and anecdotes. Even my 18 year old nephew was keen to hear what Pablo had to tell us and that is not always the case where tours are concerned! We visited several plazas and the Recoleta Cemetery. The cemetery now charges for entrance (new since Covid) and they don't take cash. A really nice touch was Pablo took us to a park and we had matte - the traditional Argentinian drink. This was our last full day in the country and we'd stayed in a homestay as well as hotels and been cafes and restaurants - this was our first opportunity to try the famous matte! Pablo showed us how to make it and drink it. The bikes are safe and well maintained and helmets provided. The tour is not terribly strenuous. There are a couple of inclines but they are not steep and they are not long. BA is actually quite safe to cycle round as there are plenty of bike lanes as well as space. Hugo - who I communicated with to book the tour - was responsive in his emails and was kind enough to refund us part of the cost as we were not able to have a meal during our trip - a consequence of the tour taking place during national Census Day when everything was totally shut down. If you have the opportunity to do this tour, you will not be disappointed!
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