La Boca has a bad reputation, but the tourist areas of La Boca are usually covered and it’s generally safe.
FAQs BA Bike Tour: History & Local Culture – AM
Bookings are online. If you’d like to book directly at the meeting point you should pay in cash with the exact amount of money. Without a previous reservation, we can’t guarantee we’ll have a spot available nor that the bike… Read More »Can I book the bike tour directly at the meeting point?
The tour is guided in only 1 language, so you don’t waste time hearing a language you don’t understand or listening twice to similar questions or information.
Our regular bike tours have a maximum of 6 people. If your group is larger, you could book the same tour as a private city tour.
Bike tours are available from Monday to Saturday. If you are interested in doing this bike tour on a Sunday you can book this same option as a private bike tour, please contact us in that case.
In the BA Bike Tour: History & Local Culture – AM we visit: Caminito, San Telmo, Plaza de Mayo, Puerto Madero, La Boca neighborhood and Monserrat.
Inclusions: The use of a bike with gears and suspension, as well as a helmet.A 500ml bottle of water.A drink (non alcoholic) + a sandwich at a traditional “parrilla” food truck, veggie option available.Mate and alfajores.Local guide (super friendly).
The diffulty level for the BA Bike Tour: History & Local Culture – AM is “low”. The city of Buenos Aires is flat, so it does not require a lot of physical effort.
The approximate length of the BA Bike Tour: History & Local Culture – AM is around 5 hours. So, 99% of the times the tours end around 2 p.m. The duration of the bike tour is not exact since it… Read More »How long is the BA Bike Tour: History & Local Culture – AM?
The meeting point and the place where the BA Bike Tour: History & Local Culture – AM ends is at 762, Hipolito Yrigoyen St. (Downtown).