Welcome to Easybici's Private Historical Hike & Bike City Tour. A unique tour that combines walking and biking to showcase Santiago from below and above!
Hike (part 1): Together with your guide you will visit the iconic landmarks of the historical district of Santiago. The walking part of the tour is provided by our partner company Spicy Chile and it takes about 3 hours.
Bike (part 2): Thanks to our capable "pedal assist" electric bikes (e-bikes) you will ride with very little effort the Cerro San Cristobal and the world´s fourth largest urban park. The bike part of the tour is about 2 hours long.
This tour is designed for the bike enthusiast, history loving, culturally curious rider with a passion to explore, and the desire to get to know the Santiago that we here at Easybici, love. If you like to mix things up, then this Historical Hike & Bike City Tour may be for you!
This Historical Tour showcases some of Santiago’s most iconic attractions and destinations.
Parque Forestal: An iconic park created on reclaimed land from the Mapocho River, it is as popular with Chileans as it is with foreigners. (Ride through)
Barrio Lastarria: A neighborhood at the center of much of Santiago's cultural activity, with theaters, museums, restaurants and bars. (Walk through)
Cerro Santa Lucia: A 65,300 square meter park, adorned with ornate facades, fountains, two forts and a cemetery. (Programmed stop)
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes: The National Museum of Fine Arts. One of the major centers for Chilean art nestled within the popular Parque Forestal. (Programmed stop)
Mercado Central: A traditional market known for its typical Chilean cuisine and bustling fish market. (Programmed stop)
La Moneda: The presidential palace and home to the national government. (Programmed stop)
Barrio Bellavista: Santiago's bohemian quarter that lies between the Mapocho River and San Cristóbal Hill. (Ride through)
The stop in Barrio Bellavista marks the end of the Historical Tour, but not before the tour takes a slight scenic detour for its return back. Instead of going back via the Andres Bello bike path, thanks to our capable e-bikes, the tour will finish with a climb of Cerro San Cristobal as we take a “shortcut” through the world’s fourth largest urban park.
We look forward to providing you with an interesting and fun bicycle tour through Santiago.