10. Prague: Private Combo Segway and eScooter City Tour
Visit the fascinating historical sights of Prague and acquaint yourself thoroughly with one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with a 1000-year-old history and architecture. During the Gorgeous Grand City Tour on Segway and Hugo electric scooters, you will get to know both of the main centers - Old Town and Lesser Town, as well as the magnificent Prague Castle, where you can take a walk and marvel at the Gothic Cathedral of St. Vitus, which has been the seat of Czech kings, emperors and presidents for 1000 years.
Your professional guides will try their best in order to make this tour as impressive as possible. All necessary facilities and comfortable passenger buses will be provided in order to make you pleased and satisfied in time of riding both eco-friendly machines. Get behind the handlebars of a EU-made Hugo Scooter, and see the historic city center of Prague.
Starting in the Old Town Square, you will go through Parizska (Paris) Street - Prague's most fashionable boulevard. See the oldest synagogue in Europe and ride along the banks of river Vltava to Charles Bridge. Along the way, pass the Kafka Museum and sign your name on the John Lennon Wall. Continue along Nerudova Street by riding up to Prague Castle, where you will see the Gothic Cathedral of St. Vitus.
Capture your memories with great photographs in the ancient complex and glorify a panoramic view of the valley and the slopes on this amazing Segway and Hugo electric scooters adventure. Get to middle stop point only 3 minutes from Prague Castle and swap the Hugo Scooter to Segway.
Your Segway fun ride will start with a private training and learning the safety instructions, the trip will begin as soon as all of the members feel safe and comfortable. Afterwards, your trip will take place on the largest hill of the city – Petřiny, at the highest observation point and stunning lookout of Strahov Monastery. This complex houses a brewery of unique atmosphere, which offers its own beer on-site with distinctive ambiance and excellent Czech cuisine. Its history is documented all the way back to around 1400 AD.
Pass over the number of important institutions, embassies and consulates of numerous countries and investigate the Army General Staff, the Ministry of Defense and the Office of the Municipal District of Prague 6 and whilst doing so, investigate Vítězné Square and its surroundings. Descend to the locality with picturesque lanes, village houses and historical inns, first mentioned in 993 - Old Střešovice, known as the "local Beverly Hills."
Continue up to Church of St. Norbert which has been dominant since 1891 and get to see the masterpiece of Constructivist non-decorative architecture at Muller's villa, which was built by Viennese architect Loos in 1930.