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The City Tour By Prague Segway

The tour of Prague by Prague Segway is an exhilarating and fun means of exploring the city.

The Segway Tour allows people to enjoy the fine views along the river banks and takes them through the back streets and including all the well great Prague landmarks. For everyone’s safety, the Prague Segway Tour is properly guided and involves training before setting out.  No prior experience is required. The journey taken goes mostly along paths for bikes, across pedestrian spaces and on roads with moderate traffic.

Included in the numerous, fascinating locations visited on the way are the following renowned attractions and sights: Strahov Monastery, The Lesser Town, Charles Bridge, Petrin Hill and Observation Tower, St. Nicholas Church, Prague Castle, Wenceslas Square, The National Theatre, The Estates Theatre, the Jewish Quarter and the Old Town Square.

The tour by Prague Segway is an enlightening mix of the present, future and past all at the same time.  So, come and join us! The prices are 1500 CZK for each person, and this includes a Segway rental and Ear-phones to talk to your guide on your Guided tour.  It also includes a waterproof jacket and helmet in case it rains.  The tour lasts for three hours and is available all year round. Just bring yourselves as no special clothing is required although, obviously, warmer clothing during the winter months and possibly some sunscreen during the summer months would be advisable.

The minimum age for the tour is eight years, and the maximum weight for each tourist is 120 kilograms or 275 pounds. More information can be found here.

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