Bike and Cook in Rio de Janeiro

Food, Wine & Nightlife in Rio de Janeiro

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5 out of 5

Tour description provided by Viator

Hop on your bike and come see why Rio de Janeiro is the most photogenic city in the world. Let the sea breeze flow through your hair as you casually ride through the best neighborhoods. Then come fill up on food and drink in an interactive 4-hour, Brazilian cooking class. Learn from a professional cook and dine on your creations.
Meet the small group at the centrally located meeting spot, where your bikes will be ready for you. Hop on your bike and start cruising toward the Lagoa. Journey on the approximately 4.5-mile (7 km) route around the lake. Ride at a casual pace and stop at perfectly framed spots to enjoy the scenery. See Christ the Redeemer towering over you on the right and the lake shimmering on the left. Once you make it to the end of Leblon, there will be a special lookout point. Continue down along the bike path of Ipanema Beach, humming the famous 'Girl from Ipanema' tune under your breath. Then turn toward Copacabana Promenade to continue the great vibes. The 2-hour bike ride ends at the cooking class. Now it's time to turn your hand to cooking your new favorite dish.Depending on the day, you will either learn the national dish, Feijoada, a Black Bean Pork Stew (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday), or the Northeastern Seafood Dish, Moqueca, made with white fish (Monday, Wednesday, Friday). Both will make your mouth water and your family and friends happy when you invite them over for dinner in the future. Your professional cook is a fun-loving, entertaining, Brazilian woman who is a pleasure to be with and learn from. Enjoy Caipirinhas, an appetizer, main dish, and a desert! The class will be approximately 4-hours and is sure to leave you satisfied. 

What’s included

  • Bikes
  • Bilingual guide 
  • Professional cook
  • 2-hour bike ride
  • 4-hour cooking class
  • Caipirinhas, appetizer, entrée, and dessert

What’s not included

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off


  • Cycle the city streets to absorb the local atmosphere
  • Family friendly
  • Get inside tips from a local
  • Small group ensures personal service
  • Lunch included