Visit the most interesting sites in Prague on a unique 3-hour Segway PT tour. Forget the buses, trams, and bicycles! Learn to ride a Segway PT and have fun as you discover the landmarks and monuments of this remarkable European capital city.
What to Expect
Your Segway adventure begins in a courtyard under the Charles Bridge, near the Mala Strana Tower. After you become familiar with how to ride a Segway PT, you’ll head out on a 3-hour tour to experience the magic of Prague.
Riding through the romantic streets of Mala Strana you’ll pass by the embassies of many countries on the way to Strahov Monastery, located on Petrin Hill. From your vantage point on this hill you’ll see the beautiful city spread out below.
Prague Castle is the second stop of the tour. Note the different architectural styles of the buildings lining Castle Square. You’ll see Palazzo Toscano, the Archbishop’s Palace, and Schwarzenberg Palace, which is the largest of the Czech Renaissance buildings.
Crossing Manes Bridge, you’ll arrive in Jan Palach Square. Here you’ll find the Rudolfinum Auditorium, home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. This is one of the most important sites in the cultural life of Prague.
It’s just a short ride to the Jewish quarter, where you can admire the Hebraic Cemetery and the ghetto’s synagogues. The Old-New Synagogue is the most ancient synagogue in Europe.
After passing through the Jewish quarter you’ll come to the central square of the Stare Mesto. See the Astronomical Clock, one of the very few of its kind found in Europe.
Cross the ancient and iconic Charles Bridge and your ride comes to an end. Enjoy a local beer in a nearby bar, content at having seen the best that Prague has to offer!
- 3-hour Segway PT rental (30 minute orientation)
- Poncho, in case of rain
What's Not Included
- Meals and drinks
- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
- Optional activity costs
Know Before You Go
• It is not necessary to have a driver’s license for this activity
• Segways are appropriate for virtually anyone, however riders must have the ability to make motions such as climbing and descending stairs without assistance
• This activity is not recommended for pregnant women