- 6 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Get a street-level view of Santiago’s historic sites, neighborhoods, and parks on a 6-hour, private bicycle tour. This full-day Santiago tour follows bike paths, park lanes, and city streets, and includes all equipment, and a visit to the Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts
- Cycle the city streets to absorb the local atmosphere
- Lunch included
- Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
- Small group ensures personal service
- Use of Trek 3900 or Mongoose mountain bike
- Helmet and biking gloves
- Water bottle
- Natural Juice at Local Market
- Private guide
- Emergency kit
- Private Tour
- Food and drinks, unless specified
El Comendador 2060
9:30am (November through March)
10.30 am (April through October)
*Confirm exact departure time with local operator after booking
Returns to original departure point
Start the tour with a 10 am pickup from a a centrally-located meeting point near Metropolitan Park Entrance. Greet your guide and get outfitted with all the necessary equipment.
The first 3-hour segment of the tour takes you to see the poet Pablo Neruda's former home, La Chascona; La Moneda Presidential Palace; the main square of Plaza de Armas, Santiago Cathedral, the Central Market, the famed bar, La Piojera; La Vega market, and the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts).
Spend the next three hours of the tour pedaling through the cycle and park paths of the Vitacura and Providencia districts. Enjoy the panoramic views offered by the Metropolitan Park, the biggest green area of the city. Continue to the Costanera Center, Bicentennial Park, and the Sculpture Park; an open-air museum for Chilean sculpture arts.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum height for tour is 4' 5" (1.37m)
- Maximum height for tour is 6' 6" (2m)
- A maximum of seven people per booking
- Minimum age is 12 years
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Wearing athletic clothing and shoes is recommended for the tour
All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
This was the highlight of my Santiago stay.I met my tour guide, I say my because I was the only rider, Jenni at 10am at the predetermined spot. Had all the equipment I needed, a nice Trek mt bike and helmet. What made this day special was that it was National Census Day. Last one was 10 years ago. All of Chile, not just Santiago, closes for the day. Very few cars and less people out and about. Jenni is a very nice person, good rider and guide, with some excellent historical knowledge of Santiago and Chile. We rode at a very comfortable pace and stopped many times for photo ops and info . Our planned lunch stop was cancelled due to census day, but we were lucky enough to find a nice spot for an empanada, We rode 20 miles I would say and the whole experience was a ton of FUN!!..I highly recommend the tour and thank you Jenni for a good day.