Explore Berlin's most beautiful attractions in winter on a diverse Segway tour. See the famous Checkpoint Charlie and pass by historic spots from the…
Explore the German capital by Segway on this tour of Berlin's highlights. Admire the most interesting sights including the Berliner Ensemble, the…
Cruise through Berlin on a self-balancing Segway and see the city like never before. The 3-hour adventure combines the effortless joy of Segway…
During this Segway tour you’ll explore the spaces where Berlin was once divided, and see the remnants of the iconic Berlin Wall up close. See what…
You’ll soon find out that the best way to explore Berlin is on a segway. See the main attractions of the German capital, in a small group with a…
See the sights of Berlin by self-balancing Segway, and marvel at top attractions at your own pace. Get an overview of Berlin and its diversity in a…
See the sights of Berlin on a self-balancing Segway, and marvel at top attractions at your own pace. Get an overview of Berlin and its diversity in a…
Berlin's a fun city, so choose a fun way to see the sights. It's almost as if its broad streets and bold attractions were made for a Segway tour - here are some attractions to spot on your two-wheeled travels.
The scenic boulevard begins at the iconic Brandenburg Gate, but cruise the length of it to see Humboldt University and Bebelplatz - now a memorial to the infamous Nazi book burning.
Museum Island is essential viewing for any visitor, with huge Prussian museums and the breathtaking Berlin Cathedral. The flat, open space makes it a pleasure to navigate by Segway!
This 18th century market square is also an easy ride, with the French Cathedral, Concert House, and German Cathedral providing the historical eye-candy.
Make the southwesterly journey just outside Berlin to the city of Potsdam for a lesson in Prussian ostentation!
Berlin Segway tour prices start at €35 (per person) and can cost up to €70, largely dependent on the length of the tour and the Segway model on offer. However, please be aware that you may be required to leave a deposit on the machines.
Your Segway tour is likely to have minimum and maximum weight restrictions in the region of 45kg (100lbs) to 118kg (260lbs). Lighter and heavier individuals can contact the tour provider for more precise information and guidance. Participants must be at least 15 or 16 years of age, depending on the tour.
Attractions in Berlin
- 1Brandenburg Gate
- 3THE GATE Berlin
- 4Berlin Wall
- 5Museum Island
- 6Potsdamer Platz
- 7Checkpoint Charlie
- 8TV Tower
- 9Olympic Stadium, Berlin
- 11Berlin Hauptbahnhof
- 12Berlin Cathedral
- 14Unter den Linden
- 15Government District
- 16SEA LIFE Berlin
- 17Berlin Victory Column
- 18Spree River
- 19Berlin Wall Memorial
- 20Charlottenburg Palace
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What People Are Saying About Berlin
Easy to find the pick up point. Knowledgeable friendly guide - gave a sensitive history of the city. Great activity for your first day to see all the main sights you can then choose which ones to go back and see in detail. We covered a great distance that I wouldn't want to have walked and would have missed seeing so much if we'd travelled underground.
Whizzing around on a Segway is more fun than you can imagine. Combine that with a very friendly city, loads of interesting places to see and a guide who really made the experience the best of our entire trip. Walid was hilarious and very knowledgeable. He really was a wonderful host and I can't recommend his tour highly enough. Fantastic!
We got to the tour late because of traffic getting to Berlin. Nevertheless our guide accommodated us and made it a great experience. The location of the seg2go office is in a great location with lots to see nearby. We highly recommend it.
The 3 hour tour was perfect...you take in all the sites and stop off at many of them.
Great tour, very much worth it. Guides are very knowledgeable and go above and beyond to ensure your safety. Our guide was Toby and it was amazing to hear his experiences of growing up in East Germany, his perspectives on what is going on in Berlin today, etc.