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3 Reasons To Try Segway Tours

Monday, January 20th, 2014

The Segway PT might just be the most underrated form of transportation in existence today. It runs on a battery, so there’s no need to worry about filling up a gas tank or keeping your carbon footprint in check. It balances itself using computers and motors, so you won’t fall off while riding around, and it keeps you moving at the perfect pace (roughly 12 miles per hour).

Still, when people visit a new city, most opt for a bus tour. Those who enjoy the open air might try a bike or walking tour, but the Segway tours are often overlooked. Well, we’d like to change that. Here are three simple reasons to try a Segway tour. (more…)

Paris Segway Night Tour

Sunday, March 11th, 2012
The Eiffel Tower - The symbol of Paris.

The Eiffel Tower – The symbol of Paris.

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Experience the City of Light at its best on our Paris Segway Night Tour! Paris at night is unparalleled by any city in the world. Make this the memory you take home with you. The Night tour follows a similar route as the Paris Segway Day Tour with a few special night additions.

Napoleon's Tomb

Napoleon’s Tomb

This Segway tour is the perfect tour for both those new to the city and Parisian veterans. For the veterans, we’re positive you’ll learn new facts and stories about Paris that you’ve never heard. For the beginners, this tour will offer you a fantastic orientation and give you an opportunity to see virtually all of the sites you’ve read about. And we’re sure you’ll both agree that riding a Segway is the best way to see the ‘City of Light’.

Highlights of this tour include The Eiffel Tower, Napoléon’s Tomb, The Louvre Museum, Musée D’Orsay, Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, the Ecole Militaire, Les Invalides, Alexander III Bridge, Grand and Petit Palais, Place de la Concorde and more. Don’t forget your camera! Also be sure to check out our fantastic selection of Hotels in France, where you will find discounted rates on hotels in Paris and beyond.

Arc de Triomphe, commissioned by Napoléon to honor his army.

Arc de Triomphe, commissioned by Napoléon to honor his army.

One of the grandest museums in the world, The Lourve

One of the grandest museums in the world, The Lourve

Super Segway Tours Around the World

Thursday, March 8th, 2012
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Batman + Segway = Maximum Intimidation. Photo by

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Throughout the world, segways are used by everyone from police patrol officers to celebrities to travel enthusiasts (and maybe even Super Heroes without web-slinging abilities). Everyone can feel good about choosing zero-emissions segways over gas-powered vehicles. Segways are designed to meet the highest safety standards and adhere to all state and local laws. Thousands of people each year are enjoying taking Segway Tours all over the world. Join the craze and glide into the future of Simply Moving!

Enjoy the Hills & Thrills Tour while cruising on a Segway in San Francisco. This advanced tour was developed with returning riders in mind. Put your Segway daring to the test as you mount Russian Hill for views of Lombard Street known as the most “crooked Street” in the world. You will also see the steepest drive-able street in the western hemisphere (31.5% grade from the top of Filbert street). Atop Russian Hill the view of the Golden Gate Bridge is stunning!

On our Honolulu History & Culture Segway Tour, you will journey through scenic Waikiki, visiting historic sites including the famous Ilikai Hotel, the Ala Wai Canal and the picturesque Ala Moana Beach Park. Explore the only palace on American soil, Circle Iolani, and view the centuries-old banyan trees on the Palace grounds. You’ll also see the Iolani Barracks, the King Kamehameha Statue at the historic Honolulu Court Hale, along with Honolulu Hale, and City Hall.

For centuries the Dutch have been famous for their architecture, and there’s no better place than Amsterdam to explore architectural styles. On our Dutch Architecture Segway Tour in Amsterdam you will learn more about buildings like the Royal Palace, Stopera, Western Church, Rijksmuseum and many more. This tour is perfect for anyone with an interest in architecture from medieval, renaissance, and modern periods.

If you have not had a chance to take a tour on one of these amazing inventions, you are missing out on a fantastic exprerience. Riding a segway around various cities has quickly become one of the most popular tourist attractions. Reserve your segway tour online at and save or call us toll-free at 800-208-4421 for assistance with reservations, group bookings, and private charter services.

On a Roll in Long Beach

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009
With the help of a Segway Human Transporter, learning the ins and outs of Long Beach, California is a snap! On the Historic Segway Tour, you can be off and running after only 15 minutes of training.  The tour itself, which is narrated by three-time Olympic swimming gold medalist Janet Evans via an iPod, takes you back in history to the times when this now bustling city was used as a farming community.

The two hour journey includes views of Pike Pier, Rainbow Harbor, Shoreline Village, Rainbow Lagoon, Shoreline Park, Long Beach Marina, and the Aquarium of the Pacific.  A trip over the Queensway Bridge leads you to the magnificent Queen Mary ocean liner, which has recently been restored to its state at the time of its final voyage in 1967.

Those looking to explore beautiful Long Beach out in the open air are in for a treat with this tour, which is safe for ages 14 and up.  To learn more about this tour and to book tickets online, visit

See the ‘Pearl of the Danube’

Friday, September 19th, 2008

Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and home to over 1.5 million people.It is Hungary’s principal transportation, political, industrial, commercial, and cultural center.Budapest is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and brings in over 20 million visitors every year.It is no wonder, then, that there are so many ways to see the area.You can tour Budapest by bus, boat, cruise, on foot, and by Segway.There are a variety of other things to do in and around Budapest so there is something to meet everyone’s needs and interests.

One of the most popular – and most delicious – tours in Budapest is the Budapest Gourmet Tour in Hungary.You will learn how to make traditional Hungarian dishes and will dine on goulash soup and pancakes before taking a tour of Central Market Hall -an indoor market specializing in fresh fruit, vegetables, cheese, and meat.For a tasty treat, take this tour, offered at 10:00 am Monday through Saturday.

To see gorgeous Budapest at night, take the Budapest by Night Tour in Hungary – with Dinner.On this tour you will stop at Heroes’ Square, Basilica, Parliament, Downtown, Elisabeth Bridge, and Gellért Hill.There are several opportunities for photos, specifically at Gellért Hill and Heroes’ Square.For dinner, you will travel to the Buda Castle District and dine in an Old World restaurant and listen to gipsy music.

For a peek into Budapest’s night life scene, take the Pub Crawl Walking Tour in Budapest Hungary.For three and a half hours you will hit three or more pubs for a chance to experience party time in Hungary.You will start the night with a shot of palinka and then do a ‘power hour’ with unlimited beer or wine before making your way to several area venues for shots and beer.The places you will visit are frequented by locals so you will get a feel for life outside the tourist circle.

More generalized tours of the area are also on offer, including the Budapest City Tour with Cabriolet Bus in Hungary.The bus takes you to Elisabeth Square, Opera House, Millennium Memorial, and Downtown, making many photo stops along the way.You will also pass by Margaret Bridge and Parliament.The views from Gellért Hill are amazing, as is the informative commentary you receive through your headphones.

For an incredible time in Budapest where you will not only have fun but learn a great deal, take one of these tours or check out what else is on offer at

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