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Lima is a city full of hidden treasures and charms. On this biking tour, you'll discover the secrets of the city, including the impressive clay pyramids right in the middle of the city. Join passionate bikers Arturo and Beto on this 4-hour bike tour to some of Lima's highlights. Biking through the lovely tree-lined boulevards of Miraflores, you'll pass by two incredible pre-Inca pyramids.
Your local guides will also take you to the tranquil field of olives, a beautiful park that was once an olive farm. Continuing along the route, enjoy seaside views of the Malecón, where you will pass sights like the "love park" and the Larcomar Mall. After refueling with a typical Peruvian snack at a timeless cafe, you will then visit the bohemian Barranco neighborhood, famed for being the most artistic and romantic part of the city. As you bike through, you'll notice vibrant street art and houses painted in bright and lively colors, home to many of Peru’s famous artists, photographers, musicians, and designers. Back in the 19th century, this area was known for its fashionable and aristocratic crowd.
This relaxing bike ride is like hanging out with a local friend and will take you to this see many interesting neighborhoods in one day, without being overloaded with information. A great tour to start out your stay in Lima, you'll leave with a great idea of which parts of the city you'll want to explore even more!
Arturo was awesome. We got to see so much of Lima in just one day. We did it our first afternoon in the city which was perfect because then we could go back to places we wanted to explore more of on our own time.
January 20th, 2017 Report ⚐
After twelve years of living and growing up in Lima, my family moved to the rainforest of Peru. From spending my whole life on the coast, the transition was strange, but I quickly discovered and fell in love with the culture, traditions, and food of the jungle. My memories of living in the Iquitos City, right near the Amazon River, are some of the happiest of my childhood. It taught me to be open-minded to new places, and that there’s so much more to the world just waiting to be explored.
After five years in Iquitos, I moved back to Lima to go to college. There, I started studying tourism as a gateway to explore more places. Studying tourism gave me incredible opportunities to travel to cities all over Peru and abroad. My love of Lima and desire to run my own tour company brought me home, and so I started hosting bike tours. After traveling around the world, never did I expect to end up back at home. Yet, I can honestly say I’ve found my true passion, showing travelers all around my city.
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