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There are tons of options but here are some of the best places to explore by bike:
In the neighbourhood of Puerto Madero, the 350-hectare Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve is one of the biggest urban nature reserves in the world. We recommend exploring its trails and connecting to nature to appreciate the native flora and fauna and to rest a while with a view of the Río de la Plata.
Over in Palermo is another one of the city’s largest green spaces: Parque Tres de Febrero, with its rose garden, lakes, planetarium and racecourse.
Another park to visit is Parque Centenario on the border of Caballito, Almagro and Villa Crespo. Here you can drop by the Bernardino Rivadavia Museum of Natural Sciences, and nearby you can discover a quiet neighbourhood with quaint European-style houses.
The Buenos Aires City Tourist Board also offers guided tours by bike to explore the neighbourhoods of Palermo, La Boca and Recoleta with expert bilingual guides.
Get more information on BA Ecobici!