Make the most of your time with this must-see tour that combines an e-bike experience with a walking tour so that you can enjoy the most important highlights in the most comfortable way! We will start the experience at Plaza San Miguel where your guide will be waiting for you. Take the walking tour through the famous Plaza Mayor, continue to Plaza del Sol and the historic district of Las Letras.
Then, we will take our e-bikes and enjoy an effortless route in which we will cover the center of Madrid and its parks.
Visit La Latina neighborhood and discover Mercado de la Cebada, an iconic and traditional market in the old town; continue the route discovering the Puerta de Toledo, one of the main entrances to the Arabian fortress city in ancient times.
Continue the trip visiting Madrid Rio Park and Casa de Campo park, the city's true lungs, and we will also be able to visit without effort and explore emblematic sites on this guided route such as the Royal Palace, Catedral de la Almudena and Plaza de Oriente.
• Professional Bilingual Guide to ensure a quality service and the greatest knowledge of the destination.
• Walking and e-bike tour of the most important highlights of Madrid
• 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?
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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
10:00 - Welcome with our We specialized guide.
10:15 - Walking tour through Los Austrias, Mercado de San Miguel, Plaza de la Villa, Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol.
11:00 - Pick up the Ebikes and start the route.
11:15 - Visit to Plaza Santa Ana and Barrio de las Letras.
11:30 - Visit to La Latina neighborhood, Mercado de la Cebada and Puerta de Toledo.
11:45 - Entrance to Madrid Rio, Toledo Bridge, Madrid Rio Beach and Segovia Bridge.
12:30 - Entrance to Casa de Campo, visit to the lake and viewpoint.
13:00 - Visit to Plaza de Oriente, Royal Palace and Almudena Cathedral.
13:30 - End of the experience.
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