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Madrid is the perfect city for touring and visiting by bike. Its splendid and hospitable historic center with emblematic sites such as the historic market - Mercado de San Miguel, the Plaza Mayor, the Royal Palace.
This and a sunny climate almost all year round, makes Madrid a perfect destination for travelers on wheels. Thanks to our unique and exclusive Electric bicycles you can enjoy this guided route with a minimum eﬀort.
Be amazed by the views of Plaza de Oriente, located between the Royal Palace and Teatro Real. Visit Plaza de la Armería to see the main access to the palace and the Almudena Cathedral.
Visit the kings bridge, Casa de Campo, Madrid Río and the impressive Retiro Park.
Avoid the traﬃc and travel through the capital city on a 3.5-hour route on which you will discover all the details on Madrid's culture and history, thanks to the entertaining explanations of our specialist guide.
• Professional Bilingual Guide to ensure a quality service and the greatest knowledge of the destination.
• Electric bicycle.
• A bottle of water.
• Food or beverages unless speciﬁed.
• Hotel pick up or transfer.
• 3 hours & 30 min.
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially on long weekends and holidays.
We will send you an email with a voucher that you can print or take with you to the activity.
How to make a reservation?
To book the tour you just have to choose the desired date and fill out the form on this page. Confirmation is immediate.
No (not suitable for persons with reduced mobility)
• Tour subject to availability
• Please, be at the check in point 15’ minutes before departure time.
• This product is subject to cancellation or rescheduling based on inclement weather.
• The maximum weight allowed on the e-bike is 130 kg (286.50 lb). In case of exceeding this weight, you will not be allowed to participate in the activity.
• Participants must have a minimum height of at least 1.60m (5.3’) tall. Child seats are available for your bike for children under 20kg (44 lb), under previous request.
• You should be able to ride on non-paved or irregular ground.
• Wear comfortable clothes and comfortable shoes.
• There is a minimum of people required to operate the tour. If this minimum is not met, customers will be oﬀered an alternative date, another tour of equal or superior value, or a full refund.
• There is a minimum number of people required to operate on languages that are not English or Spanish. If this minimum is not reached, the tour will be oﬀered in English.
• Tour may be aﬀected due to special circumstances
11:00 - Welcome with our We specialist guide and set the Bikes
11:15 - Entering Retiro park (Crystal Palace, Statue of Fallen Angel)
• Visiting Atocha train station Entering Matadero
12:00 - Entering Madrid Rio Park (11:35 Bridge of Toledo, 12:45 Bridge of Segovia)
13:00 - Entering Casa del Campo Park
13:15 - Discover the gardens and bike rails of Plaza España Visiting Royal Palace & Almudena.
13:45 - Visit Madrid de los Austrias village.
• Visiting Plaza Mayor, Visiting Puerta del Sol, Visiting Cibeles
14:30 - End the tour at the initial meeting point.
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