- Segway tour of Paris
- Numbers limited to a maximum of 8, ensuring personalized attention from your tour leader
- Choice of morning, afternoon or night tours
- Audio guide provides entertaining and informative commentary
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is very possibly the coolest way to tour Paris. The Segway is easy to handle, the guides are fabulous and there are plenty of photo stops!
Recent Photos of This Tour
- Learning to Segway in parisPhoto by: Daniel Z
- King Louis who?Photo by: Michelle K
- Louvre MuseumPhoto by: Marian K
- Brian_SegwayPhoto by: Brian S
- Fantastic Photo Opportunities ...Photo by: Alan M
- 2011 Paris-321DSC_1052_copyPhoto by: Ron D
- segway tourPhoto by: Fiona B
- An AWESOME 4 hours on Segways ...Photo by: Linda C
USA, 08 2010
- Riding a Segway in ParisPhoto by: Craig B
USA, 07 2010
- Paris segway tourPhoto by: Anonymous
- Awesome Segway tourPhoto by: Daryl W
Australia, 07 2010
- segway tourPhoto by: Gillian H
United Kingdom, 10 2009
- Eiffel Tower, ParisPhoto by: Kristine S
USA, 09 2009
- Outside the Eiffel Tour ...Photo by: Emma M
United Kingdom, 08 2009
- Getting our "Seg Legs"Photo by: Emma M
United Kingdom, 08 2009
- Posing for a PicturePhoto by: John M
Canada, 08 2009
- History LessonPhoto by: John M
Canada, 08 2009
- Segway Tour ParisPhoto by: Simon L
Australia, 08 2008
- The start of our tourPhoto by: Anonymous
- Segway City Tour of Paris!!Photo by: Lynn M
What You Can Expect
Receive a 30-minute safety briefing and with the help of your guide, practice using your Segway. The Segway is suitable for anyone aged 12 and older and weighing between 100lbs (45kg) and 260lbs (117kg). Once you’re comfortable, set off after your guide.
Cruise effortlessly through the parks and sidewalks of Paris while receiving informative historical and current-day information. Along the way, enjoy photo ops and assistance from your guide as needed.
Tour highlights include:
- The Rodin Museum
- Les Invalides
- Assemble Nationale
- Place de la Concorde
- The Orsay Museum
- The Eiffel Tower
- Napoleon's Tomb
- The Louvre Museum
- Ecole Militaire
One of the best things we did in Paris. Our guide was from Venezuela and was really nice and knowledgeable aside speaking perfect French English Spanish. The segway is really easy to control and the short training before the tour was perfect.small bag to put your belongings
Victor was fantastic! We have done several segway tours and this was in the top 3 mostly because Victor was an excellent guide! We HIGHLY recommend this tour!
Great tour and guide. Highly recommend for families..
What a wonderful way of visiting Paris! We are beyond happy we did this tour. It was well organized, informative and so much fun.
This is an awesome way to spend 4 hours seeing a lot in the great city of Paris! Our guide, David, did a wonderful job telling us the history of all of the sites while making sure all of our questions were answered. Make sure you reserve a Segway when you visit!!
Wonderful experience! This is the best way to see a lot in one day, great overview of the city. Our guide knew a lot of history! One improvement would be to have earpieces so he could communicate as we ride the segways like they do in San Francisco. Also this allows us to keep riding while we listen, instead of having to stop a lot. BUT.... it was a fantastic tour.
Our guide David was outstanding. He shared his knowledge and enthusiam and it was the best part of our 3 days in France
The Best! Highly recommended! We had such a great time very informative and a super fun time
Excellent Segway tour and I would highly recommend. Our tour guide was entertaining and informative. All the staff was great!
Jamie United States of ...
My husband and I took this tour the first Monday of our Paris visit. Neither one of us had ever been on a Segway before. Our guide was Gil. He was obviously not a novice. His instructions were clear and thorough with just the right amount of humor mixed in. On the pre-ride training demonstration he took individual time with each rider separately ensuring they felt comfortable and safe on their Segway before we set out. Believe me, if you can stand straight up, you can do this. We drove mainly on sidewalks and bike paths. I was astounded at how much ground we covered. We moved through the city with ease. At each stop, Gil was very educated about the attractions. Questions were welcomed and photos encouraged. FYI, Don't forget your camera. Each Segway has a nice sized canvas zippered pouch on the handle bar big enough for a water, phone, camera, selfie stick or a small purse. Dress for the weather. Tours are not cancelled for inclement conditions. Wear your most comfortable sneakers or flats. If it looks like rain wear a raincoat. It takes both hands to drive so if it's cold, wear gloves. If you forget, gloves are provided as are helmets. I strongly suggest calling their office the day before your tour to check in and secure directions. Try to arrive early paperwork and deposit. They have plenty of seating, coffee, drinks and snacks for a fee and phone charge cords. There's a great bakery two short blocks to have breakfast if you wish. The last stop at The Eiffel Tower is the climax. It's the longest stop with time and space to put your Segway through some paces while your guide uses your device to video you if you wish. By this time you've become a seasoned rider. I'm sure you will want to show off a little. I loved this tour so much I booked the same tour again that Thursday. We already had the Versailles Segway tour booked for Saturday which I also highly recommend. I'm hooked on Segways and you will be too. Two big thumbs up!