3 - Hour Tour


This 3 - Hour Tour tops all other tours in terms of overall value and entertainment for your money. A must for all experienced riders! This tour will exceed all your expectations if you have already toured via a Segway before. Why? Because Prague is "undoubtedly" the greatest city in the world to see on a Segway! With so much rich history, and difficult terrain, our guides will make all the difference by providing you an "unparalleled touring experience" that's both educational and fun for everyone.



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You'll start from our meeting point near Municipal House or directly from your hotel (Prague - 1) where you will get acquainted with your Segway, then your Segway Tour in Prague will set off towards the Vltava River and stop at one of the world's oldest and Europe's "largest" Jewish cemetery in the Jewish Quarter - home to over 12,000 tombstones... Then you'll head over to Rudolfinum for some photos - one of the world's top concert halls (notorious for it's acoustic sound). Next up, you'll cross Manes bridge where you'll be able to see a beautiful view of the Prague Castle perched high on-top the Castle Grounds. A great view of the World War II memorial monument will present itself on this ride. Next up... - Kafka Museum - a provocative author and one of Czech's most famous. While there, you'll witness "Proudy" (two men peeing into a fountain in the shape of the Czech Republic). You can even text a message to +420 724 370 770 while you're there and the men will "pee" the letters of your text! "Incredible" but true! After taking some funny and risque photos here, it's on to see Lover's Bridge and John Lennon Wall through a beautiful picturesque view of Charles Bridge. From there, you'll begin your ascend to the Prague Castle by first passing (one of two) St. Nicholas Churches where it is rumored to have been a "look-out" to spy on the American Embassy (during the cold - war) - located within 200 meters. You'll pass the Plague Column of the Holiest Trinity - a tribute to all the people who died from the "Bubonic Plague" (or Black Death) - where a third of Prague's population lost their lives. Then you'll continue up to the Prague Castle where you'll learn more interesting and "noteworthy" history about Prague. Once there, you can disembark for a break and take as many photos as you wish, plus your guide will provide photos as well.

From there, you'll travel over towards Petrin Park, but first you'll make a quick stop at Schwarzenberg Palace where you'll learn a little more history, take a few photos, then back towards the "other side" of the Castle District - including Strahof Monastery (which contains a magnificent library founded in 1143) and Petrin Park. Here you'll visit the highest peak in Prague where Petrin Tower (a rendition of Eiffel Tower) is located for some terrific scenery including some of the most picturesque views in Prague. Then you'll make your way down the windy trails through Petrin Park towards Old Town where you'll stop off at the Memorial of the victims of Communism for a little history and photo taking... You next stop will be National Theater - a national treasure all on it's own for another fabulous photo stop and brief education. Then you'll be on your way towards Old Town en route to one of our Tour favorites - The Estates Threatre (or Stavovske Theatre - in Czech). This is the "last" free standing concert hall in the world where Mozart played. In fact, two of his world premiers opened there, including the famous - Don Giovanni (10/29/1787) - which Mozart himself conducted. A true "world-gem" for sure! Your Segway Tour in Prague will then head to Powder Tower and Municipal House for some additional photo opportunities before setting off for the "back-side" of the tour which encompasses a trip to Letna Park and Gardens, the Metronome (Former statue of Stalin) and a tour of another favorite - Belvedere Garden, which is similar to the gardens at the "Biltmore House" in N.C. (U.S.A.). Letna "look-out" will offer you one of the most photographed views in the world. A panoramic view of the city with all 6 bridges along the Vltava River in full view - including Charles Bridge. A true photo delight for any would - be - photographer. The back side of your tour will offer you beautiful "smooth" terrain to enjoy as your tour begins to wind down. You'll then travel back towards Old Town and to the office where a nice cold beverage will be awaiting your arrival. Your pictures will be compiled into a zip-folder and later emailed to you that evening. Still interested in more? Wow! OK, if more, then we can create a custom itinerary together that will take you wherever you'd like to go!

€67







2 - Hour Tour


This tour offers super - value and the ability to cover a lot of ground on your Segway. It is perfect for (first-timers) as it will allow you time to become a Segway pro. Additionally, this tour enables you to see "most" of what Prague has to offer. Experienced riders - this will be a great tour for you as well, but we recommend our 3 - hour tour - given your experience already (especially during the summer months)... Time spent on this tour will be a nice ride to the Castle District, in addition to a "cross-over" to another of my favorite attractions (Strahov - Monastery) en route to Petrin Park, where they have one of the best IPA's (beer) I've ever had. The best? Russian River Brewery's Pliny-The-Elder near San Francisco. They brew it fresh, so hopefully when you visit there on foot, they will have it available.

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You'll start from our meeting point near Municipal House or directly from your hotel (Prague - 1) where you will get acquainted with your Segway,... then your Segway Tour in Prague will set off towards the Vltava River and stop at one of the world's oldest and Europe's "largest" Jewish cemetery in the Jewish Quarter - home to over 12,000 tombstones!. Then you'll head over to Rudolfinum for some photos - one of the world's top concert halls (notorious for it's acoustic sound). Next up, you'll cross Manes bridge where you'll be able to see a beautiful view of the Prague Castle perched high on-top the Castle Grounds. A great view of the World War II memorial monument will present itself on this ride. Next up...- Kafka Museum - a provocative author and one of Czech's most famous. While there, you'll witness "Proudy" (two men peeing into a fountain in the shape of the Czech Republic). You can even text a message to +420 724 370 770while you're there and the men will "pee" the letters of your text! "Incredible" but true! After taking some funny and risque photos here, it's on to see Lover's Bridge and John Lennon Wall through a beautiful picturesque view of Charles Bridge. From there, you'll begin your ascend to the Prague Castle by first passing (one of two) St. Nicholas Churches where it is rumored to have been a "look-out" to spy on the American Embassy (during the cold - war) directly located within 200 meters. You'll pass the Plague Column of the Holiest Trinity - a tribute to all the people who died from the "Bubonic Plague" (or Black Death) - where a third of Prague's population lost their lives. Then you'll continue up to the Prague Castle where you'll learn more "interesting" and "noteworthy" history about Prague. Here you can disembark to take as many photos as you wish, plus your guide will provide photos as well.

From there, you'll travel over towards Petrin Park, but first you'll make a quick stop at Schwarzenberg Palace where you'll discover more history, then back towards the "other side" of the Castle District - including Strahof Monastery (which contains a magnificent library founded in 1143) and Petrin Park. Here you'll visit the highest peak in Prague where Petrin Tower (a rendition of Eiffel Tower) is located for some terrific scenery including some of the most picturesque views in Prague... Then down the windy trails through Petrin Park towards Old Town where you'll stop off at Memorial of the victims of Communism for a little history and photo taking. You next stop - National Theatre - a national treasure all on it's own - for another fabulous photo stop and brief education. Then on to Old Town en route to one of our tour favorites - The Estates Threatre (or Stavovske Theatre - in Czech). This is the "last"free standing concert hall in the world where Mozart played. In fact, two of his world premieres opened there, including the famous - Don Giovanni (10/29/1787) - which Mozart himself conducted. A true "world gem" for sure! Your Segway Tour in Prague will then head to Powder Tower and Municipal House for some additional photos and history then back to the office where a nice beverage will be awaiting you. You're pictures will be compiled into a zip-file - which will be emailed to you later that evening. Still would like more? Great! Have a look at what many customers believe to be the best Segway Tour value in Prague with Praguesegway.com's 3 - hour tour as it will show most of the popular attractions in Prague.

€58







1.5 - Hour Tour


This tour is designed for tourists interested in seeing some popular Prague attractions and a trip to Prague Castle... First-timers will benefit by riding the Segway on many of Prague's cobblestone streets, before making your ascend up Neruda Street en route to the Castle District. Time spend on this tour will mainly be traveling to and from the Prague Castle offering "tremendous" views and sounds -- possibly seeing the "changing of the guard".

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You'll start from our meeting point near Municipal House or directly from your hotel (Prague - 1)... where you will get acquainted with your Segway, then your Segway Tour in Prague will set off towards the Vltava River and stop at one of the world's oldest and Europe's "largest" Jewish cemetery in the Jewish Quarter - home to over 12,000 tombstones!. Then you'll head over to Rudolfinum for some photos - one of the world's top concert halls (notorious for it's acoustic sound). Next up, you'll cross Manes bridge where you'll be able to see a beautiful view of the Prague Castle perched high on-top the Castle Grounds. A great view of the World War II memorial monument will present itself on this ride. Next up - Kafka Museum - a provocative author and one of Czech's most famous. While there, you'll witness "Proudy" (two men peeing into a fountain in the shape of the Czech Republic). You can even text a message to +420 724 370 770 while you're there and the men will "pee" the letters of your text! "Incredible" but true! After taking some funny and risque photos here, it's on to see Lover's Bridge and John Lennon Wall through a beautiful picturesque view of Charles Bridge. From there, you'll begin your ascend to the Prague Castle by first passing (one of two) St. Nicholas Churches where it is rumoured to have been a "look-out" to spy on the American Embassy (during the cold - war) directly located within 200 meters. You'll pass the Plague Column of the Holiest Trinity - a tribute to all the people who died from the "Bubonic Plague" (or Black Death) - where a third of Prague's population lost their lives. Then you'll continue up to the Prague Castle where you'll learn more interesting and "noteworthy" history about Prague. Once there, you can disembark to take as many photos as you wish, plus your guide will provide photos as well.

From there, you'll travel back down towards Old Town en route towards one of my favourites - The Estates Threatre (or Stavovske Theatre - in Czech). This is the "last" free standing concert hall in the world where Mozart played... In fact, two of his world premieres opened there, including the famous - Don Giovanni (10/29/1787) - which Mozart himself conducted. A true "world gem" for sure. You'll then head to Powder Tower and Municipal House for some additional photo opportunities and a bit more history before having a friendly beverage at the office. You're pictures will be compiled in to a zip-file and later emailed to you that evening. Interested in more? Have a look at our 2 - hour tour and 3 - hour tour.

€45







1 - Hour Tour


This tour gives the right balance between experimenting with the Segways especially if you are a beginner... along with seeing and learning about some fascinating history located in Old Town and Lessor Town. You'll start from meeting point near Municipal House where you will get acquainted with your Segway, then you'll set off towards the Vltava River and stop for photos at the .

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Next up, you'll cross Manes bridge where you'll be able to see a beautiful view of the Prague Castle perched high into the sky on top the Castle Grounds. Note: To tour the Castle - please book our 90 - 180 minute offering... A great view of the World War II memorial monument will present itself on this ride. Next up - Kafka Museum - a provocative author and one of Czech's most famous. You'll witness "Proudy" (two men peeing into a fountain in the shape of the Czech Republic). You can even text a message to +420 724 370 770 while you're there and the men will "pee" the letters of your text! "Incredible" but true! After taking some funny and risqué photos here, it's on to see Lover's Bridge and John Lennon Wall through a beautiful picturesque view of Charles Bridge. From there, you'll head back towards Old Town by crossing over Legion Bridge, better known as (Most Legii - in Czech) where you'll have a magnificent view of the Vltava River and Prague Castle. After you cross the bridge, you'll stop at National Theatre - a national treasure in its own right, for more photos. Then you'll proceed towards one of our favorites - The Estates Threatre (or Stavovske Theatre - in Czech). This is the "last" free standing concert hall in the world where Mozart has played. Then, you'll head to Powder Tower and Municipal House for some additional photo opportunities and a bit more history. Afterwards – you can enjoy a nice beverage in our office.

 €35







Twilight Tour


All aboard! Jump on board the night train with our latest Segway offering that's sure to please. Glide up and down Prague's cobblestoned streets where the magic begins at 7 pm and will last 2 - hours (often - longer)... This tour will dazzle you from the very beginning as it will give you a different perspective of Prague different from day tours. City lamps begin illuminating and ghosts and goblins rumored to have awakened at night for years will begin to display their spirits as the day winds down and nightfall approaches. City streets are also less occupied during this time, giving you plenty of room for mastering your Segway along the many walkways and cobblestoned streets of Prague. Lastly, this tour is easily customizable, so tell us an attraction you'd like to see not on our list, and we'll add it. More details below:

Note: This tour requires a 2 - day advanced - booking and the tour size is (4 min. to 8 max.) riders.



You'll start from meeting point near Municipal House where you will get acquainted with your Segway, then your Segway Tour in Prague will set off towards the Vltava River with a beautiful view of the sun beginning its natural decent for the night... After taking some nice pictures alongside the river bank, we'll stop off at the Rudolfinum before doubling back to the Jewish Quarter for incredible history about the “largest” - Jewish cemetery in Europe. Next up, you'll cross Manes Bridge where you'll be able view Charles Bridge on one side and Czech bridge on the other in route to the Prague Castle perched high on top the Castle Grounds. A great view of the World War II memorial monument will also present itself on this ride and may possibly bit "lit" by the time you pass by.

Next up - Kafka Museum - a provocative author and one of Czech's most famous. You'll witness "Proudy" (two men peeing into a fountain in the shape of the Czech Republic). You can even text a message to +420 724 370 770 while you're there and the men will "pee" the letters of your text... "Incredible" but true! After taking some funny and risque photos here, it's on to see Lover's Bridge and John Lennon Wall through a beautiful picturesque view of Charles Bridge. By this time, the sun will be setting behind the castle offering incredible views over-looking Old Town. From there, you'll begin your ascend to the Prague Castle by first passing (one of two) St. Nicholas Churches where it is rumored to have been a "look-out" to spy on the American Embassy (during the cold - war) - located within 200 meters. You'll pass the Plague Column of the Holiest Trinity - a tribute to all the people who died from the "Bubonic Plague" (or Black Death) - where a third of Prague's population lost their lives. Then you'll continue up to the Prague Castle where you'll learn more interesting and "noteworthy" history about Prague. Once there, you can disembark for a break and take as many photos as you wish, plus your guide will provide photos as well.

From there, you'll travel over towards Petrin Park, but first you'll make a quick stop at Schwarzenberg Palace where you'll learn a little more history, take a few photos, then travel back down the "other side" of the Castle District... You’ll arrive at Strahof Monastery (which contains a magnificent library founded in 1143) and take a photo of one of the best views in Prague, then on to Petrin Park. Here you'll visit the highest peak in Prague where Petrin Tower (a rendition of Eiffel Tower) is located for some terrific scenery including some of the most picturesque views in Prague. Then you'll make your way down the windy trails through Petrin Park towards Old Town where you'll stop off at the Memorial of the victims of Communism for a little history and photo taking.

By now, you'll really get the feeling of the sheer beauty and history Prague offers. Many of the attractions will be illuminated giving you a totaling different perspective than by day - including a national treasure all on its own the - National Theatre... At night – it is a dominant structure with incredible history behind it. After some brief education and picture taking - you'll be on your way towards Old Town en route to one of our Tour favorites - The Estates Threatre (or Stavovske Theatre - in Czech). This is the "last" free standing concert hall in the world where Mozart had played. In fact, two of his world premieres opened there, including the famous - Don Giovanni - (10/29/1787) - which Mozart himself conducted. A true “world-gem” for sure! Seeing it at night will demonstrate how powerful and historic this former concert hall truly is. Your Segway Tour in Prague will then head to Powder Tower and Municipal House for some additional photo opportunities and afterwards a nice beverage will be awaiting you at the office. You're pictures will then be compiled into a zip file and later emailed to you for download that evening.

€65







All Tours Include:


- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- Free Drink (beer or water-summer; hot drink-winter)
- Free downloadable pictures of tour taken by your private segway tour guide
- Credit Card services (Mastercard / Visa)
- Free Training & Equipment (including helmet)
- Free hotel meet-up
- Exclusive private segway tours-only
- Native Czech English Speaking (knowledgeable & friendly) tour guides only.