Learn how to ride a Segway, the self-balancing electric scooter, before embarking on a private guided tour of the landmarks and monuments of Budapest. Learn about Hungary’s history and culture on the stops along the way from a knowledgeable guide.
What to Expect
See the highlights of Budapest on a 2-hour guided Segway tour that’s priced for 2 persons. Before heading out to explore the city you’ll learn how to ride the self-balancing electric scooter.
There is some flexibility as to the route you’ll take, but recommended sights include the Opera House, Andrassy Boulevard, inner Pest (including the Great Synagogue, Deak and Elisabeth Squares, and Vaci Street), the Danube Promenade, Vorosmarty Square, Vigado, the Chain Bridge, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Liberty Square, the Parliament, Margaret Bridge, Margaret Island, Heroes’ Square, and City Park.
Segway personal transporters are the easiest and most convenient way to glide around the city to its major landmarks and monuments, with a minimum of hassle.
Your expert guide will provide an overview of Hungarian history and culture, and tell you the story behind each stop on the tour.
- Private English-guided training and tour
- Segway machine rental during the tour
What's Not Included
- Admission fees to sites and museums
- Food and beverages
- Transport to the meeting point or from the ending point
Know Before You Go
• Tours operate in all weather conditions, so please dress accordingly. Refunds/exchanges are not provided for unfavorable weather conditions
• The operator is not responsible for unforeseen delays or accidents
• Riders must have the ability to make motions such as climbing and descending stairs without assistance
• No infants are allowed on the tour. Children must weigh at least 40 kilograms (90 pounds) and be at least 10 years of age
• Segways are not appropriate for those weighing over 130 kilograms (280 pounds) or under 40 kilograms (90 pounds)
• Pregnant women are not able to participate
• Due to the limits of the Segway (high curbs and outdoor surfaces) and safety standards, some areas will not be accessible. The guide reserves the right to make judgments about visiting areas and accessible points. The city also closes down certain areas during events, fairs, and festivals, which can mean that the tour takes alternative routes