Buenos Aires, Argentina
Experience the porteño essence of Buenos Aires beyond Palermo
Learn about popular art expressions, history, and crafts
Enjoy a biking ride through diverse neighborhoods
Join us for a morning in Buenos Aires al sur, where we will explore the city's diverse neighborhoods on a bike tour and learn about popular art expressions, history, and crafts. The day starts in Plaza San Martin and Puerto Madero, followed by visits to La Boca and Barracas, where we'll see colorful and traditional houses, eccentric urban art, and popular forms of expression encouraged by the city government. We'll leave the bikes in San Telmo, a neighborhood with a lot of options for lunch, markets and colonial streets to explore.
Who This Experience Is Good For
This experience is perfect for art enthusiasts, curious minds, and bikers who want to discover the true essence of Buenos Aires beyond the touristy areas.
Meet Our Local Host
Alex, an expert in biking and the city will lead the experience.
10:00 AM: Meet in Plaza San Martin to get our bikes
Introduction to the city and security prep talk
Biking tour to Puerto Madero, La Boca, Barracas, and San Telmo
2:00 PM: The tour ends at San Telmo.
Bike & helmet
Bottle of water
What’s Not Included
Transportation to meeting point
Lunch: we suggest places for lunch
Know Before You Go
Minimum Needed: 6 people
Maximum Capacity: 20 people
Booking Deadline: 5 days before event
Weather Dependent: Yes, cancellation if there’s an electrical storm, not if there’s light rain
Difficulty Level: Moderate - Basic biking skills are needed, you do need to know how to ride a bike but the city is quite flat, and we'll make stops along the way.
Special Clothing Required: No, just comfortable clothing for riding bikes
Special Dietary Restrictions: None
Extra Cash: For souvenirs at La Boca and tips (optional)
Ground Transportation: Not included
Additional Information: N/A
Liabilities: The liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by participants is not assumed by Remote Year or its affiliates.