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Duration
2h 30min
Languages
English, French
Voucher type
E-Ticket
What To Expect

During the PARIS 24 Olympic Games, in order to provide our customers with the best possible service, we are offering you the opportunity to discover Paris in a different way with our Segway tours of PARIS STREET ART (13th arrondissement) and BOIS DE VINCENNES.

Consequently, during the PARIS 24 Olympic Games, our EXPRESS, INCONTOURNABLE, BY NIGHT and PARC DU CHÂTEAU DE VERSAILLES tours are suspended (from 07/08 to 08/13, and from 08/26 to 09/12).

Discover the iconic sites of Paris on a 2.5-hour Segway tour, learning all about the city's history. Admire some of Europe's most historic sites, such as the Invalides, the Eiffel Tower...

In 2.5 hours, you'll do the equivalent of at least a full day's walking tour, without fatigue! You'll also benefit from the explanations of our guides, who will share their passion for Paris with you.

For your comfort, there will be no more than 10 people per guide.

What to remember

Important info

Public transportation options are available nearby. Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries. Not recommended for pregnant travelers. Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health. Suitable for all physical fitness levels. For security reasons, our public guided Segway tours are open to people aged 14 or over (minors must be accompanied).. Proof of age (for children) may be requested at the beginning of the visit.

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What's included
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Local guide. We also provide, if necessary, gloves, raincoat, windbreaker, fleece jacket. Everything is included in the price. The segway is equipped with a front bag to put your belongings.. Anti-cold sleeve (on the Segway handlebars). Use of Segway. We provide helmets (compulsory, included in the price).
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
Provider
Wheels and Ways - Segway tours in Paris
Meeting Point

Let's meet Place de Fontenoy, in front of UNESCO entrance.