Zip through the streets on a Madrid Segway Tour! Cruise past the Gran Via, Plaza de Espana, the Temple de Debod, and more. Select a 1.5-hour or 2.5-hour Segway tour and roll your way through town seeing sites and learning their rich histories.
What to Expect
Downtown Madrid Segway Tour (1.5 hours):
Leave from Plaza de Callao and follow along one of the most well-known shopping streets in Madrid, Gran Vía. Next, visit Plaza de España where you will see statues of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, and discover Madrid's first skyscraper.
Continue on to the Paseo del Pintor Rosales to visit one of the city's most mysterious places: Debod Temple. This authentic Egyptian temple of the Pharaohs was given to Spain by the Egyptian government to celebrate their friendship.
End the tour by visiting the Plaza de Oriente to admire the Royal Palace of Madrid, Royal Theater, Sabatini Royal Gardens, and Almudena Cathedral.
Madrid Segway Tour and Mercado de San Miguel (2.5 hours):
Follow the same itinerary as the 1.5-hour tour; however, after visiting the Royal Palace of Madrid continue on to see the San Miguel Market, known around Spain for its authentic and gourmet Tapas.
After tasting the best tapas in Madrid, continue on to the Puerta del Sol of Madrid to see its famous clock, el oso y el madroño (the bear and the strawberry tree statue), and Kilometer Zero, the point of origin for all radial roads in Spain.
Visit one of the most well known shopping streets of Madrid, Preciados Street, and then return to the meeting point, where the tour will end.
- Segway rental
- Handlebar bag for personal belongings
- Multilingual tour guide
Meet your guide at 10 Calle Escalinata, next to Plaza de Isabel II and the corner of McDonald’s.
Know Before You Go
Closed 01 and 06 January, 01 May, and 24, 25, and 31 December. Reservations are required at least 2 days in advance of your tour departure date.
Children under 11 years old or shorter than 1.35m (4'5'') are not permitted on this tour. Riders must have the ability to make motions such as climbing and descending stairs without assistance.
Comfortable clothing and shoes are recommended. In winter, warm clothes are necessary. Rain ponchos are available, should they be needed. Helmets are available upon request for free.