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Recoleta & Palermo
Recoleta neighborhood: This residential best-of-cool district is famous for its French-style majestic buildings, large wonderful parks, exclusive thoroughfares, aristocratic bars, exquisite restaurants and first- rate shops
Palermo Woods: Los Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods) is Buenos Aires lungs which welcome tourists to enjoy generous groves and magnificent lakes. On weekends, streets become pedestrian zones for visitors to play sports and enjoy a wonderful time in the open. Over 400 rose bushes are on display in the Rose Garden.
Barrio Parque neighborhood: This best-of-breed condo & resort area is well known for its stunning mansions, family-friendly parks, majestic embassies and French style buildings.
We also ride through: Recoleta's cementery / Pilar Cathedral / Botanical Garden / Spaniards Monument / Polo Fields / Galileo Galilei Planetarium / Lots of parks / Fine Arts Museum / National Library / Evita's Monument / Argentine Rural Society
A Different Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero port: It is the newest, the most expensive and most frequently visited area by "Porteños"(as the city's inhabitants are called) and by tourists. Warehouses located in this old port area have been refurbished and transformed into modern elegant restaurants, ample lofts and superb offices which have breathtaking views of the city and the distinctive river Rio de la Plata.
Nature Reserve: This is an exotic and unique area close to the city where nature and the environment are preserved. It may probably be the most similar scenery to the one found by the first Spanish travelers due to its natural flora and fauna.
La Boca neighborhood: Historically, La Boca has been the portside dramatic neighborhood which welcoming particular style reflects the migratory influx; it is one of the Tango's cradles, along with its brothels and antique cafes. "Caminito" (a picturesque street) is a must for tourists who want to explore this unique and unforgettable landmark.
San Telmo neighborhood: This is the oldest barrio (neighborhood) of Buenos Aires, where aristocratic families settled down until the yellow fever epidemic broke out in 1871. As time went by the exquisite, sophisticated houses became tenement housing (conventillos). Today this well-preserved area is a must for those who want to explore the historical heritage of the city.
Plaza de Mayo Square: Since the foundation of Buenos Aires, Plaza de Mayo has been the scenario of every important political event in Argentina. The main public buildings are located around Plaza de Mayo, such as: Casa de Gobierno (Argentine White House), Buenos Aires Cabildo, Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral).
We also ride through: San Martín Square / Retiro neighborhood and train station / Quinquela Martín museum / Imigrants' Hotel / Caminito path / Women´s bridge / Bombonera soccer stadium / Costanera Sur riverside path / Parque Lezama Square / Belgrano's mausoleum / San Roque Church
The Tours include comfortable beach cruisers bicycles, helmets, medical assistance, bottled water and skilled multilingual guides with proven experience. In case of rain, we provide you with rain gear; the tour is only canceled in case of heavy rain. Child Seats are available. Our tours are designed for people of all ages
4 DAYS/3 NIGHTS
Tango // Half Day
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
Ranch - Farm // Full Day
Delta // Half Day & Full Day
4 DAYS/3 NIGHTS
Cultural // Half Day & Full Day
Food // Half Day