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Private Segway Tour in Prague – 2 or 3 hours + training time

It's new, it's fun, it's unique!

Learn to ride a Segway the self balancing electric scooter and then we take you on a guided tour of the through Old Town Square, past Charles Bridge, and inside one of the city's most beautiful parks.

Our private tours can be conducted in several languages – please email us with your enquiry!

Highlights and Themes

  • You and your group only with a private guide
  • The stories of Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle
  • Detailed stories of Prague's most famous heroes and villains
  • Prague Castle
  • Lesser Town highlights
  • Old and New town sights
  • Jewish Area

Private Segway Tour Prices

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Full Tour Description

The tour starts with a  training session in front of our office. Each person will have ample time to practice on the Segways until feeling comfortable and ready to go out and enjoy Prague on these fantastic machines.

On our 2 hour plus training segway tour we'll venture through narrow back alleys through Prague's medieval street before moving past Charles bridge and onto the Rudolfinum for a brief history of one of the most famous concert halls in the country and Nazi provocation in World War II.

We then cruise across the Vltava River to behold the magnificent Prague Castle but first riding by the beautiful St. Nicholas  cathedral before entering the street to the Prague Castle. On this easy glide we ride by and see the Loreta palace, the Strahov monastery and library before heading into the big green part of our ride. Here we ride through the spacious park past the Petrin lookout tower down the hill towards the Vltava River passing through the Kinsky Garden. Once down at the riverbank we then cross back along the road that separated old and new town and stop for another photo opp before passing the national theatre and head back to our office.

The 3 hour plus training  tour will be an expansion of the 2 hour tour with more sights of  inner towns of old and new plus Jewish areas and Lesser Town ride through. You see the largest and most historic squares in Europe, Wenceslas Square. Here you can expect to be moved by the many stories of modern day Czechoslovak heroes who protested, fought, and sacrificed themselves here and overturned fascist and communist regimes of the 20th century.

Its then onto Old Town Square but before we'll pass the Powder Tower,  Estates Theatre and the Karolinum which is the oldest dormitory of the Charles University. In the old town you can expect to be overcome by the pristine sight of gorgeous old style architecture, stunning monuments, and spectacular churches dating back centuries. This is one of the most amazing sights in all of Europe! We'll cover all of the important happenings here, from the imposing black Gothic church of Our Lady before Tyn, to the unparalleled Astronomical clock, to the famous townhouses that held some of Prague's most well known citizens. Then we'll continue to the famous Jewish district for a history of the famous Old New Synagogue, the Jewish cemetery, and the story of Golem, the protector of the Jewish ghetto.

Down to the riverside for a nice view makes for a tremendous picture of the castle and the many bridges connecting the old town and the lesser town, Mala Strana before crossing it. After this we'll head to the Kafka museum and to see a couple of Prague's most thought provoking (and hilarious) sculptures by Czech artist David Cerny. Its something you will have to see to believe. And then another surprise, a ride along the narrowest street in Prague!

Then we pass through the beautiful greenery at Kampa Park including a unique view of the world famous Charles Bridge, Lover's padlock bridge, and the John Lennon Wall all in Lesser Town. From there we'll head up the Prague castle sights as in the 2 hour version and pass through the park and cross the bridge back over towards our office where you will get one last view of Charles Bridge and Prague Castle and a history of the National Theater.