Comfortably around the city centre and back – When you are in Prague and have about one hour and a half of a free time what about booking our amazing 90minute Prague Segway tour? This type of Segway tour enables you to move to the Prague Castle and back to the historical centre of the city and the Jewish Quarter.

The most famous variety – It is not wonder that 90minute Segway tour belongs to the most famous varieties because you will learn about the most sights and historical landmarks of the capital of the Czech Republic.


Places to see – The tour leads you around the Czech philharmonic – the Rudolfinum. This is a music auditorium and the art gallery which was designed in the neo-renaissance style and is located on Jan Palach Square on the bank of the river Vltava. Another historical sight is undoubtedly the Kafka museum. Franz Kafka was a famous author of novels, correspondence who wrote in German and he used to be the heart of literary world in Prague. After that you could enjoy a world-famous historic bridge the Charles Bridge. The bridge was constructed in 1357 and was finished in the beginning of the 15th century. The Charles Bridge replaced the old Judith Bridge from the 12th century (which was badly damaged by a flood in 1342). The Jewish Quarter leads you to the smallest cadastral areal of the city. It used to be the Jewish ghetto of Prague and it is surrounded by Old Town. Jewish Quarter is represented by the flag of Prague’s Jewish community – Star of David on a red field. The Old Town Square belong to the oldest squares of the ancient Prague. You can admire such buildings as the Old Town City Hall with world-famous Astonomical Clock, the awesome St. Nicholas Church or Church of Our Lady before Tyn. The Old Town Square used to be a market place at the crossing of all merchants’ roads.

Tour length: 7,6 km

Main sights on the route:

  • Strahov Monastery
  • Park Maxe Van Der Stoela
  • Public Transport Museum
  • Area of Foreign Embassies
  • The Square of Pushkin
  • University Complex
  • Czech Bishops’ Conference
  • Old Střešovice – Prague’s Beverly Hills
  • Muller’s villa
  • Church of St. Norbert
  • Church of the Virgin Mary Angelic at Hradčany