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For more information, send an email to turismo buenosaires. With over km of bicycle lanes and a free public bicycle sharing system Ecobici , cycling is a great way both to explore the city. The city tourist board offers several bicyle tours of Buenos Aires' neighbourhoods. Bikes can be borrowed for up to an hour at a time, Monday - Friday, and for two hours at the weekend. If you wish to continue using the system for longer, you need to drop off the bike and wait 5 minutes before taking a second one. Once you validate your details on receipt of a confirmation email from Ecobici, you are fully registered and free to use the scheme.

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EcoBici is a station-based bicycle-sharing system in Buenos Aires , Argentina which began operating in The service is free of charge to both residents of the city and tourists, and is available 24 hours a day. After one hour of use on weekdays, two hours during the weekend and on holidays, the bike has to be returned and the user has to wait fifteen minutes to get another one. Usage according to the terms of use is controlled via a rating system which can lead to restricted to total exclusion from the system. As part of a so-called Sustainable Mobility Plan, [4] supported by the World Bank , [5] construction began on EcoBici's lanes and stations in , and the service was opened to the public in , with just 3 stations and 72 bicycles. However, by these numbers quickly grew to 29 stations and bicycles.

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