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We took the one-hour Landmarks tour. Just learning to ride a Segway was fun and easy. They can go 12 mph so you see a lot more than you would on an ordinary walking tour. It's a great was to get a general sense of...More
My parents were visiting Richmond for the first time and we figured this would be a fun way to explore the city. It was a fun learning experience and the segways made for a fun, unique and memorable day!
We had a great time on our Segway tour of Nice! We saw a little bit inside the old city, and then spent some time on the promenade. We went up to the top of Castle Hill and got to take in some of the...More
The staff was super accommodating when I accidentally booked on the wrong day with only 24hr notice. Our guide Andrew was incredibly knowledgeable, fun and resourceful. If you haven’t Segwayed before it’s real easy to learn, a bit intimidating at first but don’t let that...More
My wife and I took the Richmond Landmark Segway Tour. I highly recommend it. You get a great tour of the major sites in the city, and it is a great way for you to start your time in Richmond. Don't miss out, take this...More
Our”girls trip” decided to try the segways. Ages 16 to 71. We all loved it. Was not difficult. The guide,Vince, gave you plenty of instruction and was always watching out for everyone on the tour. The stops on the tour gave you a great overall...More
My wife and I have been to numerous cities and always start our visit with a Segway tour. This Segway tour rates as one of our favorites.
The 2 hour Landmark tour took us around some beautiful parks, a number of monuments and wonderful examples...More
My husband and I were the only people on our tour so we had the added bonus of Vincent’s undivided attention . We covered a vast area and Vincent was extremely knowledgeable about both the history and geography of the area. He totally contextualised monuments...More