Bike Our Buenos Aires - South In Buenos Aires

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Highlights of Bike Tour Buenos Aires - South

Know Buenos Aires on a different and fun way doing a bike tour through the most historic districts of the city.

It wo't only be a excursion of the neighborhoods because our guides will tell you more about the history, architecture and life of this metropolis.

In this Tour we will be biking the south of the city through the neighborhoods of Puerto Madero, San Telmo and La Boca walking riding by the endless landscapes and the Ecological Reserve of Buenos Aires.

Meeting point: Tangol San Telmo
-Time 1.45 pm

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**Office San Telmo Tangol Travel Agency (Defensa 831)
**3 hours approximately
-Guide in Spanish/English/Portuguese
-Neccessary equipment (Beach cruiser bike, helmet, kid`s chair)
-Medical assitance
-Bottled water
**Round trip transportation to the meeting point.
Passenger must be at least 4 feet and 9 inches (150 cm) tall.
It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and clothes.
Tour can be canceled or rescheduled for heavy rain. Electric bicycles are available for those who are not in fisical conditionto ride 3 hours at the same pace.

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The tour starts in San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, which is known for its preserved colonial architecture.

Then, we visit Plaza Dorrego, known for its great sightseeing of Buenos Aires. Surrounded by cafes, bars and pubs with their tables on the square and houses of antiques and crafts. The square has shows of musicians and street dance, including tango exhibitions and Sundays takes place the “Feria of San Telmo” where the streets are occupied by antiques shops.

Our way follows the “Parque Lezama” that features rustic paths, fake cement logs, viewpoints where once we could see the river, stairways and semi-underground.

Another of the most important attractions of Parque Lezama is the Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity Orthodox showing the style of the City of Buenos Aires in the beginning.

Then we will go to the neighborhood of La Boca. This neighborhood is popular for its brightly painted buildings and the cosmopolitan history of it. Caminito is the main street and provides a great cultural expression and throughout the pedestrian we can also see local artists exhibiting their work.

Garibaldi Road will cross a street that is divided by a train track. Along three blocks, you can see the genuine building of the neighborhood with houses made of  metal and painted in multiple colors. Along with the entire group we can also see the Boca Juniors Stadium.

To continue with the tour, we'll go to the Barrio de Avellaneda and cross the oldest and most famous ferry bridge. It is a ferry bridge located in Buenos Aires, which was opened in 1914 and currently is under construction in order to operate again. It was created to transport pedestrians, cars, vehicles and tramways. It is one of the last 8 transporter bridges left in the world.

The tour will continue for the newest neighborhood in the city which is Puerto Madero. It is the most visited by locals and tourists. His old Docks are converted into restaurants, lofts and offices category, with the best view of the city and the Rio de La Plata. From there, we will go to the Ecological Reserve, an area that lies between the city and the Rio de la Plata where nature and the environment is protected, and preserves the original flora of the pampas.

One of the most anticipated tours of the tour is the visit to Buenos Aires Ecological Reserve which is located on the east side of Puerto Madero neighborhood. His large green space within the City of Buenos Aires makes it a pleasure to enjoy walking along the coast of Rio de la Plata.

Finally, we will visit Plaza de Mayo that since the founding of Buenos Aires is the scene of all major political events in the country, there are Government House (Casa Rosada), the Cabildo, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the main public buildings .

The tour will end at the same meeting point where we started.

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Bike Tour Buenos Aires Al Sur (Sib)
Group Service Includes: -Guide in Spanish / English / Portuguese -Necessary equipment (Bicycles, helmets, child seats) -Medical assistance -A bottle of mineral water
Offered in: ESP,ENG,POR
Starts: 13:45 Hs
Duration: 3 HS
Operates: Everyday

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Reviews of Day Tours Bike

Bike tour - south circuit.

10/09/15 -2pm Tour. We had a great time. The guide- Alex- adorable and knowledgeable and friendly. Spoke great English most of the ride and translated to Spanish for the others that didn't have as much understanding of English. Seeing the Ecological Reserve and Rio Plata was an unexpected treat. Please thank Alex for a great afternoon. Tim Wagoner and Julio Morales.

Reviewed by Julio Morales
Genial! Great tour.

My friends and I had an excellent time. Marcos was a stellar guide, very knowledgable and friendly. We were fortunate enough to have a perfect day in which to cruise the streets. His sense of humour and strong grasp of English really made the difference.

Reviewed by Fred G
Lovely bike tour

It was awesome to ride the bike around the city. Visiting all its tourist attractions + take great pictures. And the weather helped a lot, cause it was a beautiful and shiny sunny day. This tour was one of the best things I did during my stay in buenos aires. I really recommend it to everyone wanting to get to see a different face of the city!

Reviewed by Robby
This company does it right!

My husband and I took two tours with Tangol, and we are so glad we did! Our first tour was the Buenos Aires Bike Tour through the Recoleta and Palmero Districts. Our Tangol guide was highly knowledgeable and really customized the tour to make sure we saw the things we hoped to see. We were able to get off our bikes at several points: to walk through the rose gardens (El Rosedal) in el Parque Tres de Febrero, to tour the Recoleta Cemetery, and to see the changing of the guards at the Islas Malvinas War Memorial, and more. Our guide continued our tour, which was in the morning, right up until the start of the afternoon tour. We definitely got our money's worth! Their staff was friendly, courtesy, and responsive - by phone and email. They played a big part of making our time in Argentina a great experience.

Reviewed by Claire

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