How to use Segway – As easy as pie

Segway is Easy to use. I head plenty of information about How to use Segway, so I decided to go on a guided tour of Prague (my beloved city) on Segway.  I was very tempted to try it. It is easier than you think. I will describe how to use it for you to get the picture. You will have a great guide who will instruct you and after giving instruction you will start to learn how to ride on Segway in a safe location. Please start slowly and be careful.

How to use Segway: Is it safe?

Segway is quite safe as the utmost care and research has gone into ensuring that the Segway is really safe. Its balancing technology is truly revolutionary and provides an exceptional riding experience. In general, it is important that Segway riders understand their responsibility to ride safely. Proper skill level and understanding of the Segway prevents injuries caused by loss of control or misuse.

To go at it bald-headed

I felt so free riding the Segway and I enjoyed the tour around the city. I chose Segway tour Prague 90 minutes, which is the royal road. We started our Segway tour in the city centre and we could admire such ancient and historic places as the Jewish Cemetery, world famous Charles Bridge, huge and imperial St. Nicholas Church.

We could follow the traces of Jan Neruda and we visited one of the Prague´s most familiar streets.  The original name of the street was the Sporrengasse, which means „the Spur Street“. So, let´s go uphill to the residence of a famous Czech writer and poet Jan Neruda. Let´s explore the beauties of the street leading from the Lesser-Town Square as far as the gates of the Prague Castle, the street which once used to be part of the Royal Route.

The Prague Castle is the official residence and office of the President of the Czech Republic which is located in the Hradčany district of Prague and dating back to the ninth century. We saw even more and I was so enthusiastic about Segway tour that I recommended it to all my friends and relatives.

 

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