Coast around Prague’s medieval squares, pretty lanes and grand monuments on a private Segway tour. Hop aboard an electric, two-wheeled Segway to explore the Old Town and admire the Charles Bridge, Mala Strana neighborhood, Strahov Monastery and more. Select a 2-hour tour or upgrade to a 3-hour tour to discover more of this stunning city, including Wenceslas Square and the atmospheric Jewish Quarter. Choose from a morning or afternoon option on either tour, and as the tour is private, enjoy a flexible itinerary that can be tailored to your interests.
Explore Prague on the Prague City Segway Tour
Select the tour duration and departure time that suits you when you book. Then, meet your guide, listen to a safety briefing, and enjoy a practice session to get accustomed to your electric, self-balancing Segway.
Once you feel confident on your two-wheeled Segway, set out on your 2- or 3-hour tour through Prague’s beautiful streets along the following routes:
Morning or Afternoon 2-Hour Tour:
Cruise into the higgledy-piggledy Old Town, and pass Charles Bridge – the 14th-century stone bridge that spans the Vltava River between the Old Town and district of Mala Strana.
Pass the handsome Rudolfinum concert hall, used during World War I and II as the state parliament. Then, cross the Vltava to Mala Strana and admire the beautiful exterior of St Nicholas Church before rolling up to Prague Castle, the world’s biggest ancient castle complex, whose origins extend to the 9th century.
Hear stories of the Bohemian monarchs who were crowned, lived and buried within the castle walls, and cruise by Loreta Palace and the Strahov Monastery.
Ride around the leafy parklands of Kinsky Garden past the Petrin Lookout Tower, built in 1891, and return to the Vltava on route back to the start point, where your tour concludes.
Morning or Afternoon 3-Hour Tour:
After tracing the 2-hour tour route, take a short break before hopping back on your Segway and gliding to Wenceslas Square, one of Prague’s most important public spaces. Ride along this bustling avenue to see the statue of King Wenceslas at one end, and listen as your guide recounts the key events that occurred here during the 20th century, when Czech heroes battled against the Nazis during WWII and the communist government in the 1989 Velvet Revolution.
Continue to Old Town Square past sights such as the Powder Tower — a medieval gateway to the city — the grandiose Estates Theatre and the buildings of Charles University.
Follow the picturesque streets past magnificent Romanesque and Gothic architecture, and gaze up at the world-famous Astronomical Clock. Then, delve into Jewish Quarter to check out landmarks such as the Old New Synagogue and Old Jewish Cemetery.
Your tour ends at the start point.