The Banks of the Manzanares River in it’s passing through the city of Madrid have witnessed extreme transformation in the XIX and XX th. Centuries. They are a reflection of the rivers use and meaning for the different generations of Madrileños. (A means of transportation, an obstacle to overcome, a place of leisure)
They alsolet us see the different uses as it crosses suburburban, industrial or residential landscapes.
The last of these transformations permits us to bike this area, to easily cross from side to side and to close the gap that once divided the city’s neighborhoods.
It will allow us to understand recent history and how the town was built, into what is today; it’s neighborhoods, streets, buildings, Parks and Bridges.
We will be able to see close up the work of many internationally famous architects. Their buildings are to the cities its reference points and landmarks much as Miro’s or Picasso’s Works are to the museums.
We will also enjoy the bike path, which has become the backbone of the city’s Southeast for bikers.
Itinerary: Manzanares river bike path - Manzanares river Bridges - Usera” Library – “Orcasitas” and “Orcasur” neighborhoods- La Caja Mágica- Manzanares Parque Lineall - Matadero Madrid- Instituto de Estudios Hidráulicos
Distance: 15 Kilometers
Physical difficulty: Easy
Times: 10.00 – 13.00 hours.
This route is for beginners looking for easy rides with thematic content
Starting and ending at Pangea offices, located in el Paseo Yeserías, c/ Arganda local i 1. (Map Click Here)
Price: 10 euros
Bike rental (optional): 10 euros
Includes: Guide and Accident Insurance
Reservation requirements: Minimum Group size 6 persons. Reserve at least 2 days before the tour.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 0034 915 172 839/ 0034 680 492 159
¿Qué incluyen los viajes?
La organización técnica de nuestros viajes corre a cargo de VIAJES E.C.R. con CICMA 1.217.
En cada ruta se indican las condiciones particulares de ese viaje y para todas ellas el precio incluye:
¿Cómo reservar plaza?
¿Cómo y cuando se paga?
¿Qué llevar a nuestras rutas?