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  1. Brazil
  2. Rio de Janeiro (state)
  3. Rio de Janeiro
  4. Botafogo

Panoramic Bike Tour: Botafogo, Guanabara Bay, Old Center

Product ID: 50696
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Enjoy a 4-hour bike ride from Copacabana to the historical center of Rio de Janeiro. See the stairs of Selaron, and the monumental Arches of Lapa and Flamengo Park. Enjoy a scenic excursion with beaches along the way.
About this activity
Duration 4 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Host or greeter
English
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Feel the history of Rio at its most famous cemetery, São João Batista
  • Pedal on bike lanes while taking in panoramic views
  • Discover unknown quarters of the city such as Flamengo and Gloria
Full description
This 4-hour bike tour is an exhilarating ride using mainly Rio de Janeiro's cycle paths. Pedal through the famous and busy neighborhood of Copacabana to reach your first stop in Botafogo. 

Visit the local cemetery, the resting place of nine of Brazil's presidents. From the cemetery, the tour continues to Botafogo beach, along Flamengo beach, to Rio's Museum of Modern Art. Here is the gateway to the city's center, where you can stop in Lapa, at Cinelandia square and also at the staircase of Selaron, famously decorated with tiles from all over the world. 

After Selaron, the bicycle ride continues through the neighborhoods of Gloria and Flamengo, Flamengo Park, heading in the direction of Urca and Copacabana. The tour will end in Copacabana at the original meeting point.
Includes
  • Bicycle
What’s Not Included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
Not suitable for
  • People who can't ride a bike

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Meeting point

The name of the building where the meeting point is, is called Anapolis. Enter the galery and you'll find Rio by Bike on the right hand side.

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