Kicking off our tour at Vila Madalena, a bohemian neighborhood in São Paulo, we’ll cycle to Largo da Batata, a hip and bustling neighborhood packed with bars and urban art. After spending some time talking about the graffiti artists and murals here, we will make our way towards the famous Avenida Faria Lima, a business center surrounded by modern buildings. São Paulo is a key location for many businesses, and we’ll discuss this and point out some interesting facts about the rise of this city on the international stage.
Good to Know
Unfortunately, this tour is not ideal for young children.
All tours run rain or shine.
This tour departs from the Selina Madalena located at R. Aspicuelta, 237/245 – Alto de Pinheiros, São Paulo – SP, 05433-010, Brazil.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the meeting point?
This tour meets at Selina Madalena located at R. Aspicuelta, 237/245 – Alto de Pinheiros, São Paulo – SP, 05433-010, Brazil
What is your cancellation policy?
We’re happy to offer free changes and 100% refund up to 24 hours before tour departure. Failure to cancel a reservation at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure may result in forfeited travel funds. Fare difference may apply.
Can I store my bags during the tour?
Yes! We meet at the Selina Madalena Hotel, and the hotel has graciously agreed to store our guests’ luggage for the duration of the tour.
How long is the tour?
This tour is approximately 3.5-4 hours. Over the course of this time, we’ll cover 12.5 miles/20 kilometers.
Is this a good tour for kids?
Unfortunately, this tour is not ideal for young children. We recommend checking out our Secrets of Downtown Bike Tour if you’re traveling with little ones, as this would be a much better option for them!
What's included in the tour?
We provide the bike, helmet, a bottle of water per person, and an excellent local guide. Any snacks, gratuities, or souvenirs are at your own expense.
Which museums will we enter?
This tour focuses on the street art and graffiti scene in São Paulo as well as the Ibirapuero park. We have not allocated time to enter any of the buildings, but we will allow for plenty of time for photos, questions, and extra time at the most interesting stops. We will also provide you with plenty of information to go back and visit your favorite sites on your own after the tour.
Will I need to wear a helmet?
Yes, helmets are provided free of charge and legally required in Brazil.
Will I need to wear a mask?
Masks are currently required for the tour, and we will update this policy as the local restrictions evolve. We also clean all the bikes with antibacterial spray 30 minutes before the tour.
Will there be a place on the bike to carry my water bottle?
Yes! Our bikes come equipped with baskets that are perfect for carrying water and small items.