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Miraflores: Guided Bike Tour to Barranco

1. Miraflores: Guided Bike Tour to Barranco

Starting from the local partner's shop in Miraflores, cruise along bike paths to explore Barranco. After a short safety briefing from your instructor, start your 3-hour guided tour. See picturesque old streets and feel the sea breeze in your hair. Stop at the famous Bridge of Sighs to make a wish. In Miraflores, you'll learn about La Huaca Pucllana and Itchma, the pre-Inca civilization that existed in the area from around 300 to 700 A.D. Pass the Faro de la Marina lighthouse, then continue to the Park of Love and Larcomar Shopping Center. Afterwards, stop in a nice cafe bar for a refreshment, before returning to the local partner's shop.

Lima: Miraflores, La Costa Verde, and Chorrillos Bike Tour

2. Lima: Miraflores, La Costa Verde, and Chorrillos Bike Tour

Meet your guide a few blocks away from Francisco de Miranda Park in Miraflores. After a short briefing from your guide hop on your bike and start riding. Feel the fresh sea air and sunshine as you bike along the cliffs of the Miraflores. Pass by the Larcomar shopping center. Arrive in Barranco and ride down the picturesque old streets of the bohemian neighborhood. Check out the street art and murals that decorate the neighborhood. Learn about Barranco’s vibrant nightlife and bars. Make a wish at the Bridge of Sighs, a romantic walkway that leads under a wooden bridge to a cliff with sweeping views of the ocean. Ride to the working class Chorrilos neighborhood, famous for its pier, fish market, and El Morro Hill. Pedal up El Morro Hill and see the world's tallest Jesus statue which lights up Lima Bay every night.  After your uphill ride, enjoy cruising back downhill. Return to Barranco and stop in a local cafe bar for ice cream, coffee, craft beer, or smoothie.

Private Lima: City and Coast Culture Bike Tour with a Local

3. Private Lima: City and Coast Culture Bike Tour with a Local

Get your cycle on with this two-wheeled journey through the amazing Lima Bay. Much more than just a Lima city tour, this epic bike adventure will show you all kinds of hidden gems inside the city and outside of it too. From the old to the artistic, get ready to see a side to Lima you’ve never seen before. A friendly guide will pick you up from your hotel in the center of Miraflores area or, if you’re staying elsewhere, at the front door of the Virgen Milagrosa Church in Kennedy Park. After a quick safety briefing from your local guide, it’s time to hop on your bike and follow the Malecón Cisneros path to the Parque del Amor (Park of Love), reminiscent of Gaudi’s work and dedicated to all things love and lovers. Soak up the dreamy atmosphere and admire the romance-inspired statues, including the fantastic “El Beso” sculpture by Peruvian artist Victor Delfin. Your journey will then take you onwards towards the bohemian district of Barranco, a lively a vibrant area full of artists, musicians, and writers. Stop for a short walk to snap some pictures of the neighborhood’s murals, street art, and Lima’s own Bridge of Sighs. Then it’s time to pedal up to Morro Solar, one of the hills surrounding the city where you can take in a stunning view of the shimmering Lima Bay – an unmissable sight and one of the best things to do in Lima. Circle back to Miraflores, and as your tour comes to a close, your local guide will be happy to point you in the direction of more cool spots in this neighborhood, or tell you how to find your way back to your accommodation.

Lima: 4-Hour Bike Rental in Miraflores

4. Lima: 4-Hour Bike Rental in Miraflores

Get all the equipment you need to make your day memorable on two wheels. Get your helmets, maps with attractions and bike paths, and a lock for your bike and head out to explore Lima. You can start riding north or south and staff can assist you with finding best route for you. If you're hungry during your ride, staff can also give you some recommendations about where to go for lunch. If you're planning to go to Larco Museum, it is recommended you to have data on your phone be able to follow instructions on how to get there. Your bikes are good quality with seven gears, aluminum frames, comfortable seats, and big tires for optimal control. Biking around Miraflores, San Isidro, Barranco, or Chorrillos is easy and safe. If you are planning to discover Lima's downtown, it is recommended to do so on Saturdays or Sundays, when a direct bike lane is available.

Lima: Afternoon city biking

5. Lima: Afternoon city biking

Once at the meeting point, a safety briefing will be given for this experience, you will discover the city on two wheels starting in the district of Miraflores towards one of the oldest avenues of our city. You will have the opportunity to appreciate the Huaca Pucllana, one of the oldest archaeological sites in the middle of modern Miraflores. The road will continue to the historic El Olivar Park, one of the great lungs of the city, full of history and biodiversity of Lima. You will walk through various parts of the iconic district of San Isidro, discover the streets of Lima, this tour includes a small snack, and then continue along the boardwalk of Miraflores and Barranco. Arriving in Barranco you will discover the bohemian part of Lima, which is characterized by its beautiful streets, as well as the urban art within the district and at the end you will return to the starting point.

Lima: Sightseeing Bike Tour with Food and Drink Tastings

6. Lima: Sightseeing Bike Tour with Food and Drink Tastings

The meeting point is going to be at Terrua, where you can try one of the best coffees in Lima. After coffee the bike ride starts; First stop is the "El Buen Gusto" bakery we can try "chicha morada", a traditional non-alcoholic drink from Peru and also empanadas. then is time to enjoy the "Malecón de Miraflores" this is an area with very iconic places such as "El Parque del Amor" or "El Faro de la Marina". After Miraflores, comes Barranco, known as the bohemian district of Lima, here we can enjoy the urban art while riding our bikes. there is also stop at the old "Juanito" tavern where we can try a delicious "butifarra" with Peruvian country ham. Then the ride continues to the Surquillo market to taste different local fruits. Before finishing the tour there is one more stop at a local restaurant. Our friends from "Maraparte" will prepare us a delicious ceviche. This is one of the most representative dishes of Peruvian food made with fish marinated in lemon juice accompanied by onion, corn, chili, etc.

Lima: Culinary Tour by Bike

7. Lima: Culinary Tour by Bike

Start with pickup from the Miraflores or San Isidro district. Begin the tour at Parque Kennedy in the heart of Miraflores. Ride towards the beautiful Malecón of Miraflores and arrive at your first stop, the Buena Vista Café. Enjoy the scenic views of the Pacific Ocean and a refreshing natural juice. Continue by riding to the buzzing Market of San Isidro. Explore the market and taste a variety of Peruvian fruits such as custard apple, aguaymanto, lucuma, pitahaya, and many other native fruits. Next, taste some delicious ceviche, an iconic Peruvian dish, at Barra Chalaca Restaurant. Finally, try a typical dessert which originated in the city, the “Suspiro a la Limeña”.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 35 reviews

Incredible experience with our guide Kral. He added an extra stop to see Chorillos as we were getting through the designated stops quickly. We stopped at an awesome gelato stop that he had recommended, which counted as our included refreshment. Tour allowed us to get a great first look at Miraflores and Barranco. Both were awesome. Overall this is the best way to see the highlights of the city on the first day. Can’t recommend enough. Our guide Kral was amazing.

Kral was a great guide, leading us through traffic with confidence and ease, and it’s mostly in cycle lanes for a safe ride.. The route itself is mostly flat, except for the hill up to the obelisk. There’s a nice drink included too in a really lovely location. This bike tour gives you a good overall introduction to the layout of Lina and three of its districts.

Bike ride stopped at all sites as advertised and provided plenty of time for photos. Easy ride except for those that chose to ride up to El Morro Hill.

Jose was a fantastic guide! He showed us all the best parts of Barranco, and at our speed. Thank you for introducing us to the donuts also!!

Good way to see the coastline on my first day in Lima. Jose was an excellent guide and the trip was done safely on dedicated bike lanes