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Prague: Castle and Monastery Segway Tour

1. Prague: Castle and Monastery Segway Tour

Start the Segway experience with a safety training session and supervised test-ride. Once you are confident maneuvering the vehicle, then begin the tour. First, head over to Prague Castle which is the largest castle in the world according to the Guinness World Records. Here you can catch the castle guards changing their shifts every hour, visit St. Vitus Cathedral, and walk in the Royal and South gardens. Then, continue your Segway experience on Prague's streets, the embassy area, and beautiful parks. Visit the Beverly Hills of Prague, and see Villa Müller and the house where the legendary leader and former President Vaclav Havel used to live. You will also visit Strahov Monastery where you will see the highest viewpoint and visit a brewery from the 15th century, still brewing with the secret monk recipe.

Prague: Private 3-Hour Monastery Brewery Segway Tour + Beers

2. Prague: Private 3-Hour Monastery Brewery Segway Tour + Beers

Benefit from a short training session on your personal transporter before you set off to see two historic monasteries and their monastic breweries. Enjoy a Segway ride through the uncrowded areas of Prague. First, visit the Brevnov Monastery, which was founded in 993 AD and is the oldest monastery in Prague. After, make your way to Strahov Monastery, which has a fantastic viewpoint of the entire city.  In each monastery, you will enjoy some traditional beers which have been brewed since medieval times. After visiting both monasteries, ride through the fashionable district of Old Stresovice, and through Park Maxe Van Der Stola.

Prague: 3-hour Brewery Segway Tour including Monastic Beers

3. Prague: 3-hour Brewery Segway Tour including Monastic Beers

Discover Prague as you've never seen before on Prague: 3-hour Brewery Segway Tour including Monastic Beers. Start the tour with a short training session and then the fun begins. Discover Prague like a local and explore the city’s very own ‘Beverly Hills’ where you will see Muller's Villa and St. Norbert Church then, visit the oldest and the highest monasteries and the famous Prague Castle, whilst tour around on your Segway. Admire the city from the highest viewpoint at Strahov Monastery, see St. Margaret Church in Brevnov Monastery and visit their monastic breweries.

Prague: Sunset Segway Tour

4. Prague: Sunset Segway Tour

This romantic tour starts near Charles Bridge where an experienced English-speaking guide is already waiting for you. After a brief introduction, your guide will fill you in on all you need to know about Prague life and what is happening in the town. Then, after a short practice run and testing your skills on a Segway transporter, you will begin your sunset Segway ride. As you drive through the streets, you can admire Prague's stunning architecture and visit some of its key historical landmarks. Gaze up at Prague Castle, experience the Strahov Stadium, built in 1926, and take in the beauty of the Maxe Van Der Stoela park. After visiting the old city periphery, discover the secrets of Prague's very own Beverly Hills with its modern villas and luxurious residences. The tour finishes at the famous Brevnov Monastery and Brewery, where you can taste the best craft beers and ales in the city.

Prague: Castle District Segway Tour

5. Prague: Castle District Segway Tour

Get to visit the imperial monuments and typical neighborhoods of the district, which is richly documented by major archaeological sites. Explore the administrative district of the city and get to learn the dark legends from the medieval period during a 2-hour tour by Segway. Start the tour with a private training session and by the first step of the adventure visit the magnificent Prague Castle, which includes a UNESCO World Heritage site - Gothic Cathedral of St. Vitus. Glide down the street to see Vítězné Square and in its surroundings, such as the embassies and consulates of numerous countries, the Army General Staff, the Ministry of Defense and the Office of the Municipal District of Prague 6, where you may find evidence of the First and Second World Wars, as well as communist buildings. Pass through a small alley with different sculptures of the Czech artists U Hadovky and enter an area with picturesque lanes and village houses known as Old Stresovice or the 'local Beverly Hills.' Continue up to the Church of St. Norbert and see the masterpiece of Constructivist non-decorative architecture of Villa Muller. Capture the moments while riding on Segway with beautiful slopes of Břevnov and get to visit the largest hill of the city - Petřiny. You will find there the complex Strahov Monastery, which houses a brewery with history documented all the way back to around 1400 A.D. Cross the park Max van der Stoel and finish this amazing travel with the positive emotions of the city vibes.

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What people are saying about Park Maxe van der Stoela

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 127 reviews

Sebastian was our Guide and it was fantastic. First we Hand Dome education how we can ride segway (it was ihr First time). Sebastian showd us the world‘s biggest Soccer Stadium and the brewery of some great beer:) very nice adventure, I advise This for everybody who comes to Prag

On arrival at the office, we spoke to our guide (Max) and opted to change our tour and mode of transport to electric scooter .. so glad we did this as we visitied places we never would have found and Max had great knowledge of everything we stopped at!

Although the day was cold (usual in autumn / winter in Prague), the route was entertaining and enjoyable, alternating moments on foot and with segway. Totally recommended!

It was amazing segway tour. I go on segways in every city I travelling and here in Prague it was one of the best segway tour ever!

Sebastian was brilliant, full of knowledge and took us to the castle and the monk brewery, had a great time