Largo do Arouche Square
The bike tour starts at Largo do Arouche, a bohemian square and gay friendly area of downtown. Through the cycle lanes, we explore the region known by famous restaurants, bars and murals of street art.
Bom Retiro district
We ride our bicycles towards Bom Retiro, a traditional cosmopolitan neighborhood and an important fashion shopping district.Once there, we explore the area of Luz, where we can admire the famous train station, the Pinacoteca Building and the first public park of São Paulo.
Municipal Market of São Paulo
In a short detour, we ride downhill until the Municipal Market, strategic stop to drink coconut water or sugar cane juice and eat some exotic fruits.
Full of energy, we cycle to the historical center crossing the Anhangabaú Valley surrounded by iconic buildings, old bridges and modern murals. At the oldest area of the city, we try to understand how a small village founded by Jesuit priests with the help of Guaranis natives became one of the biggest cities of the world.
After explore the squares, streets and alleys of the historical center, and admire the architecture of churches, buildings and monuments, we go to Liberdade, known as the famous Japanese district, but with a lot of history related with the Afrobrazilian community.
To finish our bike ride, we cycle straight to Roosevelt Square, another bohemian area with theatres, bars and restaurants just few blocks from our ending point. On weekends, holidays and at evening, it is possible to return cycling on Minhocão, a famous overpass used as a park for the local citizens and tourists.
Departures @10am and @3pm
This Tour Does Not Include:
Friendly guide and easy bike ride. Good picture of San Paulo. Especially on Sunday! Recommend it to everybody.
"It's a great way to see the unseen Sao Paulo! It's really a very interesting tour and of course you get to see some great artwork."
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