Biking Buenos Aires
Descubrir Buenos Aires en bici electrica
An amazing way to view Buenos Aires is by bike. Recoleta, La Boca, Palermo or Puerto Madero many of the city's neighborhoods are rightly suited for bike riding. Buenos Aires is a pretty, flat city, so peddle power is an easy and fast way to get around town. If you still doubt because you think you are too lazy to pedal, there are already companies like Bike n’ Wander Experiences that have electric, pedal assist bikes!!!
it's not by chance that so many food couriers and deliveries get around by bike - In general, it’s the quickest mode of transport in a sometimes cluttered city. Besides, a bike means less pollution and less traffic for every person.
The number of bike commuters in Buenos Aires has increased surprisingly in recent years, as the city government created bike lanes covering 130km of the full city and even set up a bike-sharing program. Thanks to these efforts, biking is safer than ever in Buenos Aires. Bike trips are still novel but a growing part of biking tours in the Buenos Aires tourism industry.
Bike tours in Buenos Aires
If you are only in town for a little while and want to check out the city on 2 wheels, taking a bike tour in Spanish and English provides an excellent value for money and, a fun way to be guided through the city. 3- 4-hour tours take place twice a day and they are organized using the chill-looking e-bikes seen around town.
A south tour covers areas nearer to downtown such San Telmo, The Ecological Reserve, and Puerto Madero. Including a mineral water and a healthy snack. The Northside tour explores leafy Recoleta, adding the Bosques de Palermo and street art at “The Soho”. The Bohemian and trendy area in town.
If you feel like you can go further in terms of covering more ground, the 5-hour e-bike experience gets till La Boca, which was the first port in Buenos Aires. Downtown, passing through San Nicolas, Retiro, San Telmo, and Puerto Madero. Each of the neighborhoods you will discover on the way have their own identity and you can expect big contrasts between them.
Bicycle tours in Buenos Aires are pretty simple going and last 4/7 hours. The Canoe tour and Tigre Bike involves a visit to the peaceful suburb of Tigre, and then a canoe ride to the Islands of the Delta Tigre for lunch. Upon return to the mainland, a relaxed ride heads by domestic attractions, including a visit to the Puerto de Frutas.
You can find further info of Bike n' Wander Experiences here https://bikenwander.com/en/electric-bike-tours/