1. Prague: 4-Hour Segway and Scooter Tour with Lunch and Drinks
Experience Prague from a different perspective on a combined tour by Segway and eScooter. Meet for a short briefing and free refreshment of your choice. Jump on a powerful electric scooter and go explore the historical center of Prague on a unique mode of transport. First, visit Lesser Town. Ride through Kampa Park and pass Lennon's Wall, filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and lyrics from songs by the Beatles. Continue around the Charles Bridge, see the famous Peeing Statues by David Černý outside the Franz Kafka Museum and discover a small hidden Prague beach. Cross to Old Town by the Mánes Bridge on your way to the Jewish Quarter and see the oldest preserved synagogue in Europe, the Old-New Synagogue. Then, go into the heart of the Old Town to visit the Old Town Square. Marvel at monuments, such as the rare example of a heliocentric astronomical clock or the Baroque Church of St Nicholas. The Old Town is not only just about history, but also the party district with all the famous Prague music clubs. After that, enjoy a stunning ride alongside the Vltava River and stop for lunch at the Beer Garden on top of the Letna Park. After a short break, ride around the Prague Metronome and enjoy breathtaking views of the hundreds of towers of the old city. Travel alongside the Royal Gardens, journey up to the Prague Castle and see the changing of guards. Continue through the winding streets that date back to the Middle Ages, visit the old Strahov Monastery and venture through the winding paths of Petřín Hill, to experience your eScooter at its best. Then, make your way uphill around Prague Castle and switch for a Segway and glide off towards the Strahov district. Pass the world's largest sports ground at Strahov Stadium and test your driving skills on a Segway racetrack. After that, ride through the Beverly Hills of Prague and descend down around Strahov Monastery with a beautiful view, from where you can admire the whole city center. Ask your guide for advice on where to go or how to spend the evening elsewhere in Prague. They will also give you practical advice, such as how to avoid rip-off taxis and where to find the best currency exchange services.