Grand City Segway Tour
Budapest can rightfully count itself among Europe’s most impressive capitals with numerous important landmarks and beloved tourist attractions. The time to see them all is almost never enough, but there is one way for you to pack as many sights as possible: the Grand City Segway Tour. When you are dashing from one stunning spot to the next on your own set of two wheels, you save time – not to mention how exciting the ride itself is! Led by an expert English guide, get exploring and fall in love with the Pearl of the Danube!
Your experience of the Grand City Segway Tour begins with a 20-minute training session, during which you can get used to your two-wheeled transportation device. Once you have gotten the hang of it, it is time to start rolling! Over the next two hours, the city tour takes you through many of Budapest’s beloved locales. Going down Andrássy Avenue, your first stop is Heroes’ Square, where your guide delivers a short lecture on the founding of the Hungarian nation. Next, dive into the picture-book beauty of the Vajdahunyad Castle and the City Park. After a pit stop at the Széchenyi Spa, it is time to take your wheels downtown!
As you roll down the Danube Promenade, the Buda Castle’s charm is on full display. Slow down and delight in the architectural marvels of the Fisherman’s Bastion and the Citadel. Your path then takes you through the shopping district that starts at Vörösmarty Square and runs through Váci Utca. Once you have sated your hunger for brands, boutiques, antiques and other charming shops, get back into the city sightseeing mood with a stop at the famous Chain Bridge and the adjacent Gresham Palace. As the Grand City Segway Tour slowly comes to a close, the sights get bigger and more monumental. The House of Parliament, Liberty Square and St Stephen’s Basilica are your final stations, each more stunning, historic and unique than the last. Take this active and exciting sightseeing adventure through the streets of Budapest and garner lasting memories along your way!