Approximately 3 hours

From €32

The Goya statue at the Prado museum in Madrid, Spain
Cyclists ride through Madrid, Spain
A fountain in Madrid, Spain
People sitting at outdoor cafes in Madrid, Spain
A man cycles through a main square in Madrid, Spain

Magical Madrid

See the Spanish capital’s most popular sites with our expert, local guides. Thanks to recent developments, Madrid now offers an extensive network of dedicated bike lanes. These paths connect some of the most famous landmarks of the city, and we’ve created the perfect itinerary to see them all.

Tour Details

What’s Included
  • Experienced local guide
  • A comfortable bike
  • Helmet (optional for those over 16)
  • A water bottle
Good to Know
    • This is unfortunately not a great tour for kids under 15 years old.
    • All tours run rain or shine.


      Cyclists pose for a photo in front of the Alegria Debod Temple in Madrid, Spain
      1Alegria Debod Temple
      The Cibeles Fountain in Madrid, Spain
      2Cibeles Fountain
      A dog stands among yellow leaves in Madrid's Parque del Oeste
      3Parque del Oeste
      Calle Alcalá & Gran Via in Madrid, Spain
      4Calle Alcalá & Gran Vía
      Plaza de Espana in Madrid, Spain
      5Plaza de Espana
      Almundena Cathedral in Madrid, Spain
      6Almundena Cathedral
      Plaza de la Villa in Madrid, Spain
      7Plaza de la Villa
      Plaza Mayor in Madrid, Spain
      8Plaza Mayor
      The Goya statue at the Prado museum in Madrid, Spain
      9Prado Museum
      A woman stares at the glass ceiling in the Crystal Palace in Madrid, Spain
      10Crystal Palace
      A pedestrian street in Madrid's Salamanca Quarter
      11Salamanca Quarter
      The Plaza del Dos de Mayo in the Malasana District in Madrid, Spain
      12Malasana District
      The Debod Temple in Madrid, Spain
      13Debod Temple
      Colorful flowers in Plaza Oriente in Madrid, Spain
      14Plaza Oriente and Opera House
      The mercado San Miguel in Madrid, Spain
      15Mercado de San Miguel
      Puerta del Sol in Madrid, Spain
      16Puerta del Sol
      Retiro Park in Madrid, Spain
      17Retiro Park

      Meeting Point

      This tour meets at our office, located at Juan Alvarez Mendizabal 19. Street level. 28008 Madrid. Metro stations: Plaza de España (lines 10 & 3) or Ventura Rodriguez (line 3)

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Have more questions? Check our Fat Tire Bike Tours general FAQs or get in touch.

      Important Information

      Where is the meeting point?

      This tour departs from our office, located at Juan Alvarez Mendizabal 19. Street level. 28008 Madrid. Metro stations: Plaza de España (lines 10 & 3) or Ventura Rodriguez (line 3)

      What is your cancellation policy?

      We’re happy to offer free changes and 100% refund up to 24 hours before tour* Failure to cancel a reservation at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure may result in forfeited travel funds. Fare difference may apply.

      *See restrictions here

      Will my bike have a basket?

      All of our bikes come equipped with handlebar bags that can accommodate small personal items. We recommend bringing a backpack should you wish to bring larger items along on tour.

      Will I need to wear a helmet?

      Helmets are provided for all free of charge, but are only mandatory for those under 16 years of age.

      What is the best day to book my tour?

      This tour provides a great overview of the city, however we do discourage guests from reserving immediately after a long-haul flight. Give yourself the afternoon and evening to adjust and avoid any cancellation issues by flight delays and plan on joining us during your second day in Madrid.

      What kind of bikes do you have?

      We use comfortable, 9 gear city bikes. We also have pedal-assist e-bikes available for an additional €10. You can upgrade when you arrive for your tour!

      How long is this tour?

      The tour is about 3 hours long, and we will cover about 6-7.5 miles/9-12 kilometers.

      What are the specific covid policies?

      Please be prepared to wear a mask when inside our office or any other establishment. Masks are not required while riding. Our bikes and helmets are cleaned and disinfected after each use.

      How should I dress?

      This won’t be the Tour de France, but appropriate clothing for biking is recommended. We highly discourage wearing flip-flops. Madrid is not entirely flat, so there are some gentle up-hill climbs on the tour.

      Is this a kid-friendly tour?

      Unfortunately, we don’t recommend this tour for kids under 15 years old.

      Can I leave the tour early?

      We kindly ask that once you depart with your guide, you intend on staying for the duration of the tour. The tour is about three hours long, so please plan accordingly.

      Do we go inside the museums and monuments?

      We unfortunately do not have time on this tour to enter any of the monuments or museums that we’ll see. Your guide will give you plenty of helpful hints to go back and dive a bit deeper into the areas of the city that interest you most following the tour.

      Can I reschedule in the event of bad weather?

      We intend on operating rain or shine, and we advise all guests to dress appropriately for the weather.

      Is water included or can I purchase some before the tour?

      One small bottle of mineral water is provided per person.

      Can I store my luggage at your shop during the tour?

      Of course! You are welcome to store bags in our office while on tour.

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