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Budapest Castle District: Segway Private Tour

  • Discover Budapest’s key highlights in the space of a single tour
  • See more of the city in less time when you explore on a speedy Segway
  • A private tour lets you adjust the itinerary to suit your schedule
Budapest Castle District: Segway Private Tour
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Discover Budapest’s best-known attractions all in one tour, and speed around the city with ease, when you explore via Segway. Meet your guide at a time that works best for you—this private tour can be tailored to fit your schedule—and get acquainted with your Segway. Once you feel comfortable, set off and explore. You’ll discover the UNESCO-listed Banks of the Danube, will admire highlights of the Budapest Castle District, will see the Hungarian Parliament Building, will glide past St. Stephen’s Basilica, and much more.
What to Expect
Enjoy this 2-hour guided, Private Segway tour of Budapest and see many of the city’s major attractions from the back of a unique, self-balancing vehicle. Following a brief orientation of how to use the transport mode of the future, glide up to the views of Fisherman's Bastion and Budapest Castle.

Your guide will give you one on one training session before you set off on the self-balancing Segway PT®, and once you get confident, your adventure starts. Enjoy touring in private groups and have a tour guide on your own, groups of up to 9 guests per guide, larger amount of guests would be separated.

Glide through the Historic District, passing the Liberty Sq. and the House of Parliament. Ride up to Buda Hill, where you can marvel at the Baroque architecture while catching the aroma of Hungarian traditional Kremshnit cake and a coffee at local famous cafés.

Pass over Saint Steven's Basilica, before winding through the Liberty Square to Shoes of Danube and the Embankment with the Parliament building in the background, heading to the Budapest highest - St. Matthias Church in shadow of the FIsherman's Bastion.
Reviews (26)
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Jahan Tours!

The segway tour was a fantastic morning well spent. Our guide Jahan was very knowledgeable on all things Budapest and very friendly. This is my first segway tour and I will be doing it in every city I visit from now on. It really does...More

Thank Andy W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Excellent experience

The Segway experience was great ! We were guided about riding it as well as the tour was lead by Amir (Or Ahmed.. sorry cant recall !). The guide was very good at teaching us how to ride and took us to lots of places...More

1  Thank patwardhanvarun
Reviewed 5 October 2018 via mobile
Búdapest on Segway by night

We met with them at 20:00 in the evening and went for a amazing tour around the city. We really enjoyed it and as we went in the evening there were very few people on the streets so traveling by Segway was a perfect choice...More

Thank Eiríkur H
Reviewed 27 September 2018

These guys are super. They are professional and make you feel relaxed and confident .Special thanks to Shamil.He was a fantastic guide, with deep knowledge of Budapest history, a positive personality and great all around guy!Greetings from UK.

Thank JohnRich3
Reviewed 15 September 2018 via mobile

Really fun trip with a really sweet guide. A must try when visiting Budapest. A nice way to get a look of the city. Dounia

Thank enoksenandreas
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