We will go deeper into the most Southern parts of the city! It is strictly off the beaten path and we take you pedaling through the hidden southern neighborhoods of Buenos Aires to find the city’s most impressive street art. Far more than strictly urban art, together we will examine the cultural and historical background of Buenos Aires’ art and design districts and seldom-visited vibrant neighborhoods. We will trace the connection between tags and art, the city’s architecture, its use by artists, and their expressions that give a voice to the voiceless, cool huh?! We will teach you how the "Tango" used to be in its very beginnings, and you will learn how to make a proper Fernet (Argentine roadie alcoholic beverage). You will leave your mark in Buenos Aires... Yes, we will do spray painting with stencils!!
Asado Argentino + A drink A traditional Argentine lunch at a “parrilla” (pork, steak or chorizo sandwiches, and a vegetarian…
Bike of Choice BAMBOO bikes, Mountain bikes or Nexus Geared City Cruisers.
HELMET Sunscreen and bug repellent if needed. Rain poncho & gloves, for rainy days.
Raymond & Cristina
I'm Raymond, from New Zealand. I sold everything, took my bike and went cycle-touring through South Asia for 4 months. I invested in a round the world trip ticket which by accident led me to Argentina, and so ten days, turned to ten years! I've been guiding visitors with Biking B.A, to satisfy my needs for the outdoors and meeting other adventurers like me. I´m Christina, from Spain. I think B.A is a black hole. Since I came here I just couldn't leave! I ride my bike everywhere, and this city is the perfect combination to guide other people, and be able to transmit all these amazing feelings!
We'll explore hidden places of BA to find secret murals, graffiti and other forms of street art: From San Telmo, the oldest barrio of Buenos Aires to La Boca, where art is tradition. A permanent open air gallery. Then, Barracas, an industrial neighborhood plenty of long lasting large murals. Pasaje Lanín, a multicolored mosaic-filled alleyway. Finally, one of the world's largest murals by a single artist who won a place in the Guinness Book.
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, and be confident with it!