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Downtown Madrid Segway Tour (1 hour and 30 minutes)

Experience Madrid in a different way! One of the funniest and most authentic Madrid city tour, glide around the city using one of incredible vehicles innovated.

Start at the glamorous Plaza de Callao, known for being place of putting length and premiere of numerous movies and musicals in Spain ("what happens in Callao happens in Madrid,"says its claim), to take the Gran Via, one of Madrid's most important pathways deemed as the "Mile of Gold" for its great significance as commercial and business district of Spain. Then, cross up to get to Plaza de España, where you will meet the statue of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, the prominent figures of Michael de Cervantes, and to discover which was the first skyscraper of Madrid.

From the Plaza of Spain,head towards Paseo del Pintor Rosales to visit one of the most mysterious places of the city: Debod's Temple, an authentic temple of Egypt's Pharaohs that was bequeathed by the Government of Egypt to the Kingdom of Spain as a sign of gratefulness by the alliance between both countries.

Continue to the amazing Plaza de Oriente and get a chance to contemplate the most beautiful royal set that groups the Royal Palace, the Royal Theatre, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena's Cathedral, mistress of the City of Madrid.

Madrid Segway Tour & Mercado de San Miguel (2 hours and 30 minutes)

Visit Madrid's historical Market of San Miguel and taste the city's famous tapas!

Begin the tour at the Gran Via, one of the most important commercial avenue of Madrid, at the height of Plaza de Callao, main scenery of Spanish Premiers, to go down up to the Plaza de España, where you will visit the statue of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. and see the first skyscraper constructed in Madrid. Then, take a trip to the past as you visit the unique, mysterious and romantic Debod Temple, an authentic Egypt of the Pharaohs Temple given by the Egyptian Government as a gift to Spain and that now presides one of the most beautiful sunsets you may find in Madrid.

From there, go to Madrid of the Austrias, where you will see the Royal Palace of Madrid and the Almudena's Cathedral, mistress of the city. After this experience, visit the Market of San Miguel, a historical jewel that has turned into the authentic Temple of Gourmet Tapas in Spain. This unique market encloses undoubtedly, between iron and crystal, the best gastronomic offer of Madrid.

After knowing the best tapas of Madrid, head towards Puerta del Sol of Madrid, with its mythical clock, the Bear and the Tree Statue and the Kilometer Zero, traditional Madrid Meeting Point that marks the beginning of all the Spanish roads. Continue to one of the most well-known shopping streets of Madrid, Preciados Street, bringing you back to the point of origin.

All Madrid Tour (3 hours)

Starting at Plaza de la Opera, visit the most remarkable area of the old town with the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Oriente Square and Almudena Cathedral. The Temple of Debod, an ancient Egyptian temple (200 B.C.) which was dismantled and rebuilt here in 1968 placed at the Park of La Montaña, a green and quiet area from where we will enjoy of one of the best views of Madrid with "Casa de Campo" and Guadarrama Mountains.

Getting down to the river, a short visit to the newest area, cross the Segovia Bridge going back back to the old town, making a stop at San Miguel Market. After the break, visit the Mayor and Santa Ana Squares. Next stops: Prado Museum (one of the most popular in the world), Neptune and Cibeles Squares with its monumental fountains and Alcala Gate (other of the great symbols of Madrid). Before coming back to Opera Square, to finish, one visit to "Km0" (Spanish beginning of all the radial roads) and "Oso y Madroño" Statue place at Puerta del Sol, the real heart of the city, always crowded and the meeting point for everyone who visit Madrid.

Riders must have the ability to make motions such as climbing and descending stairs without assistance. We recommend comfortable clothing and shoes. In winter, warm clothes and in case of rain appropriate clothing.

Includes

  • Segway rental

  • Bag for personal belongings

  • Bilingual Guide (English/Spanish)

  • Helmet

  • English-speaking guide
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Downtown Tour (1.5 hours)
Calle Preciados

This is the perfect tour for those who have limited time to explore the major sites of the city.

Duration: 2 hour(s)
Available: Daily
Pick-up: Not available
Inclusions: Segway rental / Bag for personal belongings / Bilingual Guide (English/Spanish) / Helmet / English-speaking guide

Schedule

Starting time: 10:00 - 20:00 (Show more)
  • 09:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Callao

    The tour starts at Plaza de Callao, a bustling square located in the heart of Madrid also recognized as the city's cinema and theatre district.

  • Gran Via

    Zip through the Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    The last stop is the historic Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • 11:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 11:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Callao

    The tour starts at Plaza de Callao, a bustling square located in the heart of Madrid also recognized as the city's cinema and theatre district.

  • Gran Via

    Zip through the Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    The last stop is the historic Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • 13:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 13:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Callao

    The tour starts at Plaza de Callao, a bustling square located in the heart of Madrid also recognized as the city's cinema and theatre district.

  • Gran Via

    Zip through the Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    The last stop is the historic Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • 15:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 15:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Callao

    The tour starts at Plaza de Callao, a bustling square located in the heart of Madrid also recognized as the city's cinema and theatre district.

  • Gran Via

    Zip through the Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    The last stop is the historic Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • 17:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 17:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Callao

    The tour starts at Plaza de Callao, a bustling square located in the heart of Madrid also recognized as the city's cinema and theatre district.

  • Gran Via

    Zip through the Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    The last stop is the historic Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • 19:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 19:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Callao

    The tour starts at Plaza de Callao, a bustling square located in the heart of Madrid also recognized as the city's cinema and theatre district.

  • Gran Via

    Zip through the Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    The last stop is the historic Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • 21:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

Adult/Child ( Age & over ) From
Segway Tour with Mercado de San Miguel (2.5 hours)
Plaza de Oriente

Add tapas to your Segway tour! Get to know Spanish cuisine with the city's top sights. Stop by the renowned San Miguel Market where you can immerse into Madrid's vibrant and colorful local life.

Duration: 3 hour(s)
Available: Daily
Pick-up: Not available
Inclusions: Segway rental / Bag for personal belongings / A free tapa at San Miguel Market / Bilingual Guide (English/Spanish) / Helmet / English-speaking guide

Schedule

Starting time: 10:00 - 20:00 (Show more)
  • 09:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Gran Via

    Start your Segway tour at Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Explore the Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • Calle Preciados

    Finally, check out another popular shopping street in the city, Calle Preciados. Find large department stores and international clothing shops.

  • 12:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 11:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Gran Via

    Start your Segway tour at Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Explore the Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • Calle Preciados

    Finally, check out another popular shopping street in the city, Calle Preciados. Find large department stores and international clothing shops.

  • 14:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 13:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Gran Via

    Start your Segway tour at Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Explore the Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • Calle Preciados

    Finally, check out another popular shopping street in the city, Calle Preciados. Find large department stores and international clothing shops.

  • 16:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 15:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Gran Via

    Start your Segway tour at Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Explore the Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • Calle Preciados

    Finally, check out another popular shopping street in the city, Calle Preciados. Find large department stores and international clothing shops.

  • 18:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 17:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Gran Via

    Start your Segway tour at Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Explore the Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • Calle Preciados

    Finally, check out another popular shopping street in the city, Calle Preciados. Find large department stores and international clothing shops.

  • 20:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 19:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Gran Via

    Start your Segway tour at Madrid's famous shopping street, the Gran Via, also called the "Mile of Gold". Here you will find yourself flanked by stores, bars, boutiques, hotels, banks and restaurants.

  • Plaza de España

    Located at the end of Gran Via, check out Plaza de España where you can see the monument of Miguel de Cervantes who wrote "Don Quixote" and the first skyscraper built in Madrid.

  • Debod Temple

    Head to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Explore the Plaza de Oriente. Admire Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • Calle Preciados

    Finally, check out another popular shopping street in the city, Calle Preciados. Find large department stores and international clothing shops.

  • 22:30

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

Adult/Child ( Age & over ) From
All Madrid Tour (3 hours)
Madrid Royal Palace

Join the complete Madrid Segway tour. For three hours, see the essential sites before crossing the Segovia bridge to stop at San Miguel Market (Mercado San Miguel). Other sites of interest include Prado Museum, Neptune Square, Alcala Gate (Puerta de Alcalá) and Kilometre Zero (Km 0).

Duration: 3:30 hour(s)
Available: Daily
Pick-up: Not available
Inclusions: Segway rental / Bag for personal belongings / Bilingual Guide (English/Spanish) / Helmet / English-speaking guide

Schedule

Starting time: 10:00 - 20:00 (Show more)
  • 09:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Your Segway tour begins in Madrid's historic center at Plaza de Oriente, where you can find Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Debod Temple

    Proceed to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Cross the Bridge of Segovia to visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Plaza Mayor and Plaza Santa Ana

    Continue the Segway tour to Plaza Mayor, Madrid's main square. Enjoy people-watching in the city as you go around the Plaza Santa Ana in the center of the city's literary quarter.

  • Prado Museum

    The next stop is the Prado Museum, the city's premier museum with one of the most extensive art collection in the world. The museum is home to an impressive collection of masterpieces from best-known European artists such as Velázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens and Bosch.

  • Puerta de Alcalá

    Madrid does not lack for emblematic landmarks and monuments as you find in Plaza Cibeles. See the Fountain of Neptune and Puerta de Alcalá (Alcalá Gate).

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • 13:00

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 11:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Your Segway tour begins in Madrid's historic center at Plaza de Oriente, where you can find Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Debod Temple

    Proceed to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Cross the Bridge of Segovia to visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Plaza Mayor and Plaza Santa Ana

    Continue the Segway tour to Plaza Mayor, Madrid's main square. Enjoy people-watching in the city as you go around the Plaza Santa Ana in the center of the city's literary quarter.

  • Prado Museum

    The next stop is the Prado Museum, the city's premier museum with one of the most extensive art collection in the world. The museum is home to an impressive collection of masterpieces from best-known European artists such as Velázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens and Bosch.

  • Puerta de Alcalá

    Madrid does not lack for emblematic landmarks and monuments as you find in Plaza Cibeles. See the Fountain of Neptune and Puerta de Alcalá (Alcalá Gate).

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • 15:00

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 13:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Your Segway tour begins in Madrid's historic center at Plaza de Oriente, where you can find Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Debod Temple

    Proceed to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Cross the Bridge of Segovia to visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Plaza Mayor and Plaza Santa Ana

    Continue the Segway tour to Plaza Mayor, Madrid's main square. Enjoy people-watching in the city as you go around the Plaza Santa Ana in the center of the city's literary quarter.

  • Prado Museum

    The next stop is the Prado Museum, the city's premier museum with one of the most extensive art collection in the world. The museum is home to an impressive collection of masterpieces from best-known European artists such as Velázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens and Bosch.

  • Puerta de Alcalá

    Madrid does not lack for emblematic landmarks and monuments as you find in Plaza Cibeles. See the Fountain of Neptune and Puerta de Alcalá (Alcalá Gate).

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • 17:00

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 15:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Your Segway tour begins in Madrid's historic center at Plaza de Oriente, where you can find Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Debod Temple

    Proceed to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Cross the Bridge of Segovia to visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Plaza Mayor and Plaza Santa Ana

    Continue the Segway tour to Plaza Mayor, Madrid's main square. Enjoy people-watching in the city as you go around the Plaza Santa Ana in the center of the city's literary quarter.

  • Prado Museum

    The next stop is the Prado Museum, the city's premier museum with one of the most extensive art collection in the world. The museum is home to an impressive collection of masterpieces from best-known European artists such as Velázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens and Bosch.

  • Puerta de Alcalá

    Madrid does not lack for emblematic landmarks and monuments as you find in Plaza Cibeles. See the Fountain of Neptune and Puerta de Alcalá (Alcalá Gate).

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • 19:00

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 17:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Your Segway tour begins in Madrid's historic center at Plaza de Oriente, where you can find Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Debod Temple

    Proceed to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Cross the Bridge of Segovia to visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Plaza Mayor and Plaza Santa Ana

    Continue the Segway tour to Plaza Mayor, Madrid's main square. Enjoy people-watching in the city as you go around the Plaza Santa Ana in the center of the city's literary quarter.

  • Prado Museum

    The next stop is the Prado Museum, the city's premier museum with one of the most extensive art collection in the world. The museum is home to an impressive collection of masterpieces from best-known European artists such as Velázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens and Bosch.

  • Puerta de Alcalá

    Madrid does not lack for emblematic landmarks and monuments as you find in Plaza Cibeles. See the Fountain of Neptune and Puerta de Alcalá (Alcalá Gate).

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • 21:00

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

  • 19:45

    Check in at Calle Escalinata

  • Plaza de Oriente

    Your Segway tour begins in Madrid's historic center at Plaza de Oriente, where you can find Madrid's most prominent landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Royal Theater, Sabatini's Royal Gardens and the Almudena Cathedral.

  • Debod Temple

    Proceed to Paseo del Pintor Rosales to find one of the most beguiling sites in the city, the Debod Temple. This is an authentic temple donated by the Egyptian government to the Spanish people in 1968.

  • Mercado de San Miguel

    Cross the Bridge of Segovia to visit the indoor Market of San Miguel, one of the liveliest spots in Madrid. The iron structure built in 1916 houses an incredible fresh selection of tapas, hams, wine and other local produce.

  • Plaza Mayor and Plaza Santa Ana

    Continue the Segway tour to Plaza Mayor, Madrid's main square. Enjoy people-watching in the city as you go around the Plaza Santa Ana in the center of the city's literary quarter.

  • Prado Museum

    The next stop is the Prado Museum, the city's premier museum with one of the most extensive art collection in the world. The museum is home to an impressive collection of masterpieces from best-known European artists such as Velázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens and Bosch.

  • Puerta de Alcalá

    Madrid does not lack for emblematic landmarks and monuments as you find in Plaza Cibeles. See the Fountain of Neptune and Puerta de Alcalá (Alcalá Gate).

  • Puerta del Sol

    All roads in Spain meet at Madrid's central square, Puerta del Sol. Find some of the city's symbols including the New Year's Eve clock, the statue of the bear and the strawberry tree and kilometre zero (kilómetro cero).

  • 23:00

    Tour Ends at Calle Escalinata

We took the tour in May 2017. The staff at Madrid Segway were friendly and helpful. Our tour guide, Robbo, was great. You do get practice time on the Segways. We had a great time and saw so much.

Marilyn

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  • Children under 9 years old or 135 cm tall are not permitted to join this tour.

  • Riders must have the ability to climb and descend stairs without assistance.

  • Guests must be below 242.5 lbs (110 kg) to participate in this activity.

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  • This tour is conducted by a bilingual guide who will be speaking in two languages (English and Spanish) at once depending on the group of the day.

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We took the tour in May 2017. The staff at Madrid Segway were friendly and helpful. Our tour guide, Robbo, was great. You do get p...ractice time on the Segways. We had a great time and saw so much. more

Marilyn

Lots of fun and experienced a nice tour of part of the city

Barbara

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