Be part of Buenos Aires History for a day! We will eat traditional Argentine food and you will learn how to make "Mate" while I tell you about its history and customs. We will learn how to make a local travelling "fernet" (Argentine alcoholic preparation. +18). You will learn how to make Empanadas like a pro (typical Argentine food) You will be able to capture the amazing Architecture of B.A from the old-Paris-lookalike, to the new tallest residential skyscraper of South America. Furthermore, discover the origins of "Tango" in the "República de La Boca". We will explore the most diverse and beautiful neighborhoods of the city. We will visit the city's highlights and move through the city using the bicycle as a means of sustainable mobility, taking care of the environment. You choose your bike: our super fancy Bamboo Bikes, city cruisers or mountain bikes. Difficulty level is low! I believe the Ultimate Buenos Aires Experience is the best way to discover and enjoy the city. Join me as we cross the bridge into Argentine culture!
Raymond & Cristina
We are a group of friends who got stuck in this city, amazed by its multiple cultures and crazy history. Biking is the reason we all came together and for sure if you need an excuse it's the best means to feel and experience Buenos Aires city. Our stories are nuts too. Ray sold everything in NZ and by accident ended up in Argentina, and so ten days, turned to ten years! Cris naively came for an exchange and here she is trapped in this exquisite black hole three years later. We could go on with Gaby, Olaf, Jackson, Marce, Martín... But better you come and discover biking with us.
Asado Argentino + A Drink. MATE + Snacks A traditional Argentine lunch at a “parrilla” (pork, steak or chorizo sandwiches,…
Bike of choice Bamboo bikes, Mountain bikes or Nexus Geared City Cruisers.
Helmet Sunscreen/ bug repellent
We'll experience the best areas of Buenos Aires City: From La Boca and San Telmo, the oldest barrios in Buenos Aires; to the wealthy north with many stops along the way: Puerto Madero. The 60 acre Ecological Reservation. Making our way back, all roads lead to Plaza de Mayo where you will learn about why most Argentine historical events occurred in this very spot.
Bring your camera, and sunscreen. This experience is all-inclusive, so you don't have to bring anything else. You should at least know how to ride a bike, difficulty level is super low.