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Heidelberg & Neckar Valley: Segway Tour - 360 Degrees

1. Heidelberg & Neckar Valley: Segway Tour - 360 Degrees

Discover Heidelberg and the Neckar Valley on this Segway tour. Start your tour at the Neckarmünzplatz and cross the Old Bridge to the opposite side of the river Neckar. From there, head to the first highlight of this 360 degree tour, the Philosophenweg (philosphers' way) with a fantastic view over the city. The second historic place will be the Monastery Neuburg, which was founded in 1130, and looks back on an interesting history. Continue to the Köpfel and see the Neckar Valley, the city of Heidelberg and the Rhine Valley from above. From there, drive into the valley to Ziegelhausen and, on the other side of the Neckar steeply uphill to the Wolfsbrunnen, you will find a restaurant and conference center which has been extensively restored to its former glory. A glance onto the guestlist, which boasts crowned heads and famous artists of all genres, will convey its glamour in previous times. Afterwards, continue further towards Heidelberg Castle and pass Villa Bosch and the Carl Bosch Museum, which will provide fascinating insights into the life and the inventions of Carl Bosch, the Nobel Laureate from Heidelberg. Enjoy the amazing view of the castle garden from above the castle before gliding further to the Klingenteich. Pass the Jewish Cemetery on your way back to the Old Town and the starting point at the Neckarmünzplatz.

Heidelberg Highlights Segway Tour with Castle

2. Heidelberg Highlights Segway Tour with Castle

Immerse yourself in the history of Heidelberg and discover both well-known and obscure highlights of the city by Segway on this tour. See a living picture of the interesting landscape of the Neckar Valley as you ride down historically-significant streets. Begin the tour at Neckarmünzplatz and ride over the Old Bridge to the other side of the Neckar. The first famous sight is the Neuburg Abbey, built in 1130 and filled with history. Then head to Köpfel with its views of the Neckar Valley, the city of Heidelberg and the plains of the Rhine. Continue into the valley to Ziegelhausen and take the steep ascent to Wolfsbrunnen, a restaurant and conference center that was recently renovated. See the glamour of the restaurant's earlier days with a look at the guest list filled with famous artists and royalty. Ride in the direction of the castle past the Villa Bosch and the Carl Bosch Museum that takes an exciting look at the life and discoveries of Nobel Prize winner and Heidelberg resident Carl Bosch. Enjoy the incredible view of the castle's gardens before making your way to the Klingenteich Jewish Cemetery. The tour ends back in the Old Town at the viewing point at Neckarmünzplatz.

Segway Tour of Heidelberg

3. Segway Tour of Heidelberg

Have you always wanted to try out a completely revolutionary and utterly out-of-the-ordinary method of travel? Then join this Segway tour of Heidelberg! It will take you along the river Neckar, through orchards and vineyards, with a beautiful view of the Odenwald. Enjoy the purity of nature – without the effort of cycling, or the noise of a car motor. Starting on the Neckarmünzplatz, you will ride straight through the vineyards up to the mediaeval Strahlenburg Castle in Schriesheim. From there, enjoy dreamy views of the entire Rheinebene, the flat plain, surrounded by hills, where the Neckar meets the Rhine. The tour will then take you in a circle on other pretty routes through this beautiful landscape back to your starting point.

Stuttgart: Guided Segway Tour

4. Stuttgart: Guided Segway Tour

Your Segway tour starts at one of the most beautiful locations in Stuttgart, right on the Neckar. Following a thorough briefing which includes driver training, your experience begins. From the meeting point, drive along the Neckar, crossing it a few times to ascend up into the vineyards. Your first vantage point provides fantastic views of the Max Eyth Lake, following which you continue through the Tappach Valley, a valley which is largely unknown to people in Stuttgart. Your next vantage point will be the Burgholzhof Tower. It is open in the summer months, and you can even to choose to climb to the top of it. From up top you'll have great panoramic views, but even those who don't wish to climb it have great views of the Neckar Valley near Bad Cannstatt. From there, continue through the vineyards past the weather station back to the Riverhouse. There is also the possibility to end the day comfortably with a meal, which you will be welcome to purchase. Throughout your experience you'll ride mostly on bike paths and dirt roads, as well as a little through calm traffic zones.

Segway Tour: Old Town Hall, Water Tower & Ehrenhof

5. Segway Tour: Old Town Hall, Water Tower & Ehrenhof

This Segway tour will guide you across the city of Mannheim. Together with a guide, explore Mannheim’s most worthwhile places of interest, such as the Ehrenhof Castle, the old Town Hall, the water tower, the National Theater, and much more. Left, right, straight ahead: get to know every corner of the city with the Segway. Not from A to Z, but from A to U – the planners who constructed Mannheim’s alphanumerically named streets ran out of space in the end! But, in any case, there’s a lot for you to see and to discover. Be swept off your feet by the fantastic churches, meaningful cultural sights, and much more. From the Baroque to the modern, it’s all there! Sample route: • Schloss Ehrenhof • Jesuitenkirche • Schillerplatz • Alte Sternwarte • Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen • Altes Rathaus • Synagoge • Museumsschiff • Nationaltheater • Christuskirche • Congress Center Rosengarten • Wasserturm • Friedrichsplatz • Kunsthalle

Segway Tour of Mannheim: Rhein, Waldpark, and Lindenhof

6. Segway Tour of Mannheim: Rhein, Waldpark, and Lindenhof

Enjoy a 2-hour guided Segway tour along the Rhein and see all that Mannheim has to offer. Ride by the noble Lindenhof area, through the magical Waldpark, and through the courtyard of the castle. Experience Germany’s most beloved river in an entirely new way: an exclusive Segway tour is exciting not just for you and the pedestrians you pass along the way, but also catches the attention of the crews of passing boats! The route will take us through the courtyard of the Mannheim Castle and across the castle garden to the shores of the Rhein, going toward the Rheinterrassen. We’ll continue along the Rhein, pass the noble Lindenhof area in the Waldpark on our way to the river’s shore, and return by a new route back to the castle. Experience Mannheim’s greatest sights with the comfortable convenience of a Segway.

Stuttgart: 1.5-Hour City Highlights Segway Tour

7. Stuttgart: 1.5-Hour City Highlights Segway Tour

Discover the vibrant city of Stuttgart on an exciting segway tour. Admire main attractions as you fly through the streets on this 1.5-hour guided tour. Start your segway adventure right in the heart of Stuttgart and see main sites like the old theater, the town hall, and the Stuttgart market square. As you explore, your expert guide will tell you the history behind each location. Glide by the Collegiate church and Schillerplatz before arriving at the Schlossplatz, a lively meeting point in the middle of Stuttgart with spectacular views of the New Palace. Make a quick stop for photos and take in the beauty of the city. Continue to the high station tower with the rotating Mercedes star, then turn a corner and see the Stuttgart rail project around the main station. Next, pass by the Stuttgart city library and the new Milaneo shopping center. Ride through the beautiful park of the University of Stuttgart to arrive at the Friedrichsbau and the stock exchange, the last sites before heading back to your starting point.

Mannheim: Segway Tour along the Neckar River

8. Mannheim: Segway Tour along the Neckar River

Ride along the Neckar River on a Segway and see the nicest bits of Mannheim! Along the way, your tour guide will tell you about the most important sights of this university town. The Neckar, a truly romantic river, strives toward the mouth of the Rhein as it flows through Mannheim. Its last few kilometers are nothing like the fields, forests, and meadows that typify the Neckar area, but there’s a lot to discover there. On this tour, you’ll see that cityscapes and industrial areas can have quite a lot of charm as well. Route: along the Neckar, we’ll pass the Collini Center on the way to the Museum Ship. Then, the path continues on the shores of the river to the Pop Academy and over the Jungbusch Bridge to the other shore. Finally, we’ll go by the fire station and the Neckar boardwalk before coming to the Mannheim rowing club Maruba and crossing the Schleusen Bridge. From there, it’s a short way through Neuostheim to Seckenheim. The route will take us back by the Mannheim Airport and the television tower. Come along on a wonderful Segway Tour and let the Neckar roll by as you roll along!

Segway Tour of Mannheim

9. Segway Tour of Mannheim

Roll through Mannheim by Segway and see the city's highlights while receiving an informative and interesting running commentary from your guide. See, among other attractions, the station, and the largest Baroque palace in Germany! This tour is led by well-versed guides, employees of the Mannheim Tourist Information Bureau. They will take you to selected fascinating sights within the city, and tell you all about the foundation and development of Mannheim. The joys of Segway riding are an additional attraction. You will start at Mannheim Station, once described as the "Mannheim milk bottle," and travel onwards to the water tower on beautiful Friedrichsplatz. After this you will pass the monument to Carl Benz, inventor of the car, and the Luisenpark, on your way over the Kurpfalzbrücke, through the city's Baroque grid to the marketplace. After this you will visit the synagogue, the town hall, and the Reiss-Engelhorn Museum. The route then turns towards the palace, and then back to the start point, Mannheim Station. Come along on this beautiful tour and Segway past all the important sights of Mannheim!

From Ladenburg: Segway Tour to Weinheim

10. From Ladenburg: Segway Tour to Weinheim

Explore Ladenburg and its surrounding area with minimal effort and maximum fun on a Segway tour. After a short briefing and a little training, you’ll know how to use the electric scooter and will be able to start exploring. Glide over cobblestones through the Old Town of Ladenburg, where even royals remained undetected in August 2011, and then head for Badische Bergstraße via the Green Ring. On the romantic Schriesheimer marketplace, swing onto the almost car-free flower path that leads north. In Weinheim, enjoy the foothills of the Exotenwald (Exotic Forest) and the Schlosspark before reaching the picturesque market square and the beautiful Gerberbachviertel. Here, you can either have lunch, hike to Windeck Castle to enjoy the views over the Rhine plain, join a brewery tour with tasting or experience yet another fun and exciting activity.

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What people are saying about Baden-Württemberg

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 10 reviews

Was a great tour in bright weather. Our guide gave us a lot of great information and far more extensive than we had previously suspected. The insider information and details on trade and business in Stuttgart are also top notch. So we could casually cruise with the Segway and learn something. Thank you very much for the great trip! Gladly again on the next trip to Stuttgart. greetings from Munich

Drazsan accompanied us on our 1st Segway tour and it was great! He was very patient and guided us safely through Stuttgart! It was an unforgettable experience! Thank you dear Drazsan! Greetings Peter, Alicia and Sandra.

It was a great tour with a very friendly guide who showed us the most important sights and who told us interesting facts about the city.

Kevin was an engaging, professional guide who provided a wonderful tour around Heidelberg.

First time on a Segway. It was a lot of fun, good introduction and nice guide