Chile 1145

San Telmo, CABA

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Recoleta & Palermo Tour

Daily | 14:30 hs

USD $35.-

 Duration: 4 hs | Meeting point: Chile 1145 | Distance: 13.4 km |Dificulty: EASY  | Carbon savings: 0.68 Kg de CO2.


This tour includes all of the highlights as well as some local gems that our guides will be sure to point out. We visit many places off the main tourist maps as well as several of the city’s must-see sights.

We will begin in our headquarters to cycle across the commercial district of Montserrat till the historic neighborhood of Retiro where we will introduce you to the father of the nation General San Martin, surrounded by the famous Edificio Kavanagh and many other sites such as El Torre Monumental and El Monumento de Los Caídos de Malvinas. Our well documented local guide will discuss the history and give you some background on this volatile time in Argentina´s history. Then we will cycle to Recoleta, an area heavily courted to see El Cementerio De Recoleta and the unique in kind La Floralis Genérica. Then, you will go towards the quiet streets of Palermo Chico neighborhood, heading to El Planetario Galileo Galilei, the house of million stars. Afterwards, you will cycle through El Rosedal to explore the famous garden of thousands Roses. Both Recoleta and Palermo areas have heavily influenced the evolution of Buenos Aires and are worth exploring.

After visiting the squares, the streets, and the alleys of the historic center, and enjoying the architectures and the monuments, we will cycle back through the Paris looking streets of Recoleta to go to see El Congreso, the lodge of the Argentinian’s congress.

This combination of easy-paced cycling and sightseeing guaranties you a safe ride and a truly great experience that you should not miss out on.

Included in this tour:

casco helmet




seguro de viaje buenos aires


& water to refill your bottle!


In summertime, temperatures can be high, so we recommend wearing light clothes with long sleeves, hat, sunglasses, sun lotion and extra hydration.
In winter season, because of the cold weather extra coating, gloves and a warm hat are suggested to be worn during the cruise.

Are you ready for the trip? Here are just some of the places you will discover.

north tour recorrido

Apart from being a beautiful square for the panoply of trees and the different monuments in and around it, it was a witness to the great events of our nation’s independence.  This is the site of the famous English invasions and also where San Martin used to get his grenadiers ready for battle, where also a monument was erected in his honor.

This neighborhood holds the keys to the first moments of Buenos Aires as one of the most historical neighborhoods of the city, showcasing various important landmarks; as well as an important area for industrial-neoclassical architecture.

Famous around the world for its architectural diversity, groups of sculptures, its grand mausoleums and the hidden stories behind its doors dissimulated in the symbols and the Argentinian figures lying in its tombs such as Evita Peron and Domingo Sarmiento.

Metallic structure that represents the flora of the world. Also a dedication to the women of Argentina. It opens during the day and closes at night, vibrating to the rhythm of the city.

Cultural, gastronomic and audiovisual hub of Buenos Aires. Also famous for its green areas, gardens and parks. It is a mixture of elegance, nature and modernism.

Also known as “Los Bosques de Palermo” (Palermo Forests), a giant “green lung” inspired from the Central Park. Cross the bridge & enjoy the garden of thousands roses El Rosedal.

The point where the neighborhoods of Recoleta and Retiro meet delights with an exquisite architectural style. One of the most chic and stylish districts of the city with the neoclassical style exposing the time and the presence of migration involved in the constructions and the development of Buenos Aires.

The most representative point of our democracy and its celebrations of independence. The unique building housing the legislative power of Argentina; the representation of Argentina´s essence as a nation. Decreed academicismo Italiano in 1993, It´s the perfect landmark to rest your eyes on.

We will have multiple stops to rest, observe the landscape and take photos.  

This is what people who travelled with us have to say.


I took the North Tour. The bike option is the best. You stop at interest points, and you take the streets of the city to places other tours don’t take you. What I like best was how they gave it an argentine touch, like sitting in the plaza chatting with mate and biscuits.
Rafa T

Informative, and fun, a great tour

Recently I did the North tour with Diego as my guide. We took the numerous bike lanes of Buenos Aires , visiting historical sites, interesting architectural works and beautiful gardens. Diego’s knowledge of the city’s history was really impressive. Also, we stopped for refreshments when necessary and took sufficient time in Recoleta Cemetery and the Rose Garden. Generally speaking it was a great way to enjoy 4 hours. I really want to do the South Tour soon.
Douglas H

Dare to discover

Buenos aires
in a bike

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