The unique tour which covers the historic parts of Prague in half-day on Segways and E-bikes / E-scooters! Explore the largest castle complex: Prague Castle, maze look-like Lesser Town, legendary Jewish Quarter, historic Old and New Towns with your private guide. Prague is a large city with several hills. This tour is the combination of a 2 hour Segway and 2-hour E-bike / E-scooter tour, thus, makes it very easy to reach, see and visit the most important monuments, landmarks, and the best viewpoints thanks to electrical devices Segways and E-Bikes. Join us to enjoy Prague completely!
Every 3 hours
Your tour starts on Segways. The first destination is Prague Castle. Here you visit St. Vitus Cathedral and see castle guards. Admire nice houses and environment of Old Stresovice, as known as Local Beverly Hills then ride to Hadovka Sculpture Park. The next destination is Strahov Monastery. After you try the beer, it is time to swap to E-bikes and E-scooters.
Carry on with E-bikes and E-scooters up to the Petrin Hill where the sister of Eiffel Tower is. Afterward, ride down to Dancing House and pass the National Theatre. Continue your ride on Kampa Island, leave a signature on Lennon Wall. Ride through under Charles Bridge; see peeing statues made by the famous Czech artist David Cerny. After riding on Kampa Island, climb up to Letna Hill to see the best view of Prague and the metronome. Riding along the riverbank of Vltava, we reach to Rudolfinium (Czech Philharmonic hall) and pass near the old Jewish cemetery and Old-New (Staronova) Synagogue one is the oldest in Europe. Take a photo of Old Town Square and its surroundings such as Tyn Church, Jan Hus monument and The Astronomical Clock Tower.
Meet your private experienced local guide at our office. You can customize your tour according to your taste and wishes. We will transfer you to starting point by our shuttle bus.
Your Segway Tour starts with a short safety training (you will get extra time for it!) and individual supervised test-drive. When all of you will be confident riding a segway your journey starts.
We ride our Segways to The Largest Castle in The World: Prague Castle. The complex has a thousand-year history and currently the house of The President of Czech Republic. Here you can visit St. Vitus Cathedral and gardens or watch the guards changing.
Stresovice is the richest neighborhood in Prague and mostly the famous local people (including former Presidents, singers, actors, sportsmen etc.) live here. You will admire the buildings while riding; Muller`s Villa and St. Norbert Church are in this area.
Sculpture Park built in 2004. Every sculpture has a name and artists name in front of them.
Roman Catholic Monastery built in the 12th century. The Monastery also has a brewery from the 15th century and one of the highest viewpoints of Prague. Here you will have time to taste the monastic beer.
It is time to swap E-bikes and E-scooters at our 2nd garage. These devices are as easy as bicycle.
Climb up to Petrin Hill on e-bikes between two city walls to reach on top of The Hill where the Petrin Tower is (Little Eiffel Tower). You will see amazing viewpoints and natural reserve park on the way down to Lesser Town.
The building is based on famous American dancers Fred Astair and Ginger. A tower made of rock is used to represent Fred. This tower also includes a metal head. A tower made of glass is used to represent Ginger. The very non-traditional design was controversial at the time because the house stands out among the Baroque, Gothic and Art Nouveau buildings for which Prague is famous, and in the opinion of some it does not accord well with these architectural styles.
After riding on Kampa Island, climb up to Letna Hill to see the best view of Prague and the metronome where the biggest Stalin monument was erected in`55 and blew up in `62.
Leave your signature on Lennon Wall, take a photo with Babies Monument and peeing statues which are made by Czech Artist David Cerny, also make a stop to go on the famous Charles Bridge.
Riding along riverbank of Vltava, we reach to national Philharmonic Hall (Rudolfinium), pass near the Old Jewish Cemetery and Old-New (Staronova) Synagogue which is the oldest synagogue of Europe. Take a photo of Old Town Square and its surroundings such as Tyn Church, Jan Hus Monument and The Astronomical Clock Tower.
Ending our journey and coming back to the office with lovely smiles and unforgettable memories. We hope your emotions from Prague will be alive for a long long time!