A bike tour in Santiago downtown area is a fantastic way to get the feeling of this nice city. The people at La Bicicleta Verde are truly experts on the topic, not only how to keep the whole group safe, but knowing the area, details, gastronomic and local details which makes it fenomenal. Great tour very enjoyable.
Santiago Markets City Bike Tour
Every day @ 9:30AM
Discover Santiago's street art
Visit Santiago's famous open-air markets
Cruise Through Colorful City Markets, Graffiti, And Culture In 3 Hours!
Pedal your way through the colorful, bohemian Bellavista neighborhood and local markets, taking in an abundance of fruits, vegetables, native seafood, and local characters. By the end of this morning bike tour, you’ll have a brand new understanding of Chilean culture and history in the capital city – and know a great place to find your next meal!
The La Bicicleta Verde team knows that the best way to get around the capital is by bike. Our passionate green gurus will take you to where culture, politics, and fun collide. We can guarantee that you’ll have an amazing time with our team — our 9+ years of experience and thousands of happy travelers can vouch for that.
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Adults: 25.000 CLP (about $41 USD) each
Children from 2 to 11 pay 50%
Children under 2 are free.
Please note: We have limited baby seat so please tell us if you need 1 !
Departs at 9:30AM
Finishes at 12:30PM
Relaxed, but be confident cycling on roads
Total distance: approximately 7 km
Maximum 6 travelers per guide
If you have a group larger than 6, please let us know upon booking and we will arrange for another guide to accompany you.
WHAT TO BRING:
Comfy clothes (no spandex required) and a smile!
- Your green machine (the bike)
- A bilingual guide
Note: pick-up, tips, and insurance are not included.
Free cancellation within 48 hours! Just get in touch with us.
Our local guru guide (the person with the knowledge, cycle skill sets, and handsome looks of course) will get you informed, fitted, and kitted upon arrival. Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your ride.
9:30AM: We head to the Bohemian, graffiti-filled Barrio Bellavista, weaving between cobbled streets and colorful murals to learn how the neighborhood’s past has influenced such beautiful surroundings.
10AM: Next stop is La Chascona, the Santiago house of the famous nobel-prize winning Chilean poet and cultural icon, Pablo Neruda. Discover that he actually has three separate houses, and why this one resembles a boat!
10:30AM: Weave your way to La Vega Central, Santiago’s largest fruit, vegetable, and everything in between market. Then, it’s over the Mapocho River to the Mercado Central seafood market, a necessary stop when in a country with over 6,000 km of coastline. All the beautiful food will get your appetite up, but don’t worry, we won’t let you go hungry!
BACK TO HOME BASE
12:00PM: Hop back on your bike to head through the picturesque Parque Forestal, one of our favorite pieces of the 14-kilometer long riverside park that runs through our capital city. We’ll be back to our office before you know it, but don’t worry — you still have the afternoon to run around Santiago and explore!
Good to Know
We meet at Loreto 6 - you can recognize our office from afar by its colorful walls.
Discover the daily life of a santiaguino and the best places to try Chilean famous seafood dishes!
Combine this morning tour with the afternoon highlights tour (BONUS: you'll receive a discount)!
Will it rain on your bike tour? Well, it rains less than 15 times a year, but yes, we operate rain or shine.
Find out why our tours merit 1,200+ 5 star reviews on TripAdvisor.
We have just enjoyed a brilliant morning with Marcela. The tour was so interesting and fun and takes you to places you may not have the confidence or knowledge to explore without a guide- eg. into the heart of La Vega market which was amazing!
Very fun way to discover Santiago. The tour is interesting as it shows different neighbourhood and areas that you wouldn’t know by yourself. I would definitely do it again!
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