Get to know the city in a fun and healthy way and blend in with the locals. Mountain and tour bikes are at your disposal to explore at your own pace. Also in this way you are very flexible and can decide for yourself, what of Seville you would want to see.
Explore more than 180 kilometres of bicycle lanes that give the capital of Andalucia the 4th best bike city in the world.
There are several opportunities to pick up and drop off your bike and will also receive a lock for when you would like to park and explore on foot.
The authentic Sevillano experience must be had on a bike; reserve yours today!
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Group Discounts: 10% (4-5 people), 15% (6-7 people) and 20% (8+people) They will be applied automatically.
Hours: From 10:00 to 19:00.
Meeting point: There are 5 Points where you can pick up and drop off the bike in the center of Seville from 10:00 to 19:00 hours.
A) Calle Arfe, nº 3 (View on map)
B) Calle Betis, nº 19 (View on map)
C) Calle Alfonso XII, nº 35 (View on map)
D) Calle Trajano, nº 6 (View on map)
E) Calle Francos, nº 19 (View on map)
The package includes: A bicycle either mountain or city style, a lock, and an optional helmet.
Recommendations: Comfortable items of clothing, such as sport shoes, and a small provision of water for personal use are strongly recommended. Depending on the weather conditions, other complementary items such as a hat, sun cream, or an umbrella may be helpful.
Booking time limit: 2 hours in advance.
Cancelations: Free cancellation up to 2 hours in advance.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us. Please email us to make sure that you will be served with our best services.
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