• Afternoon Adventure Mini Segway Tour

    ALL THE BEST HIGHLIGHTS IN ONE AMAZING TOUR.

Afternoon Adventure Mini Segway Tour

Afternoon Adventure Mini Segway Tour

  • Top Rated Tour
  • Fat Tire Favorite
  • Limited Group Size


Afternoon Adventure Mini Segway Tour

Our Afternoon Adventure Mini Segway Tour is the perfect tour for anyone who wants to see the best of Munich but is short on time.

In about 2.5 hours  we’ll show you all the main sights of Munich, stopping every few hundred meters to soak them in, hear fascinating anecdotes, take pictures, and discuss Munich’s history. Your knowledgeable native English-speaking guide will also explain present-day facts and lifestyle facets about Munich while being available to answer your questions. You’ll have a great time as you glide by the sights and everyone - and we mean everyone - stops to take a look at us!

  • Approximately 2.5 hours
  • City Tour
  • Leisurely
    • Segway and Segway training
    • Helmet
    • Experienced, English-speaking guide
  • Adults 59.00€
    • This is the perfect tour to start your time in Munich- great introduction to the city alongside some of our favorite must-see sites.
    • Segways are easy to drive, and we provide training at the start of every tour.
    • We always stop at each site, so there's plenty of time to take great pictures!
  • Our shop is just off Karlsplatz 4 (Stachus), the bustling square between the Main Train Station (Hauptbahnhof) and Marienplatz. At the Karlsplatz fountain with your back to Karlstor and the pedestrian shopping street, turn right along Sonnenstrasse. After 50 meters, you will see our shop in the courtyard of Karlsplatz 4, on the right-hand side. The closest metro station is Karlsplatz (Stachus).

     

Tour Highlights

  • Königsplatz
  • Hofgarten
  • Odeonsplatz
  • Englischer Garten
  • The Pinakotheken
  • Surfers
  • Bavarian Chancellory
  • And more...

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Expand/Collapse Where is the meeting point for the tour?

    Our shop is just off Karlsplatz 4 (Stachus), the bustling square between the Main Train Station (Hauptbahnhof) and Marienplatz. At the Karlsplatz fountain with your back to Karlstor and the pedestrian shopping street, turn right along Sonnenstrasse. After 50 meters, you will see our shop in the courtyard of Karlsplatz 4, on the right-hand side. The closest metro station is Karlsplatz (Stachus).

  • Expand/Collapse What is a Segway?

    The SegwayTM Human Transporter is the first of its kind-a self-balancing, personal transportation device designed to go anywhere people do. Easy to use and operate, the two-wheeled Segway sports high-tech gyroscopes that automatically respond to your body’s movements, “sensing” when it should speed up and slow down.

    You stand on a small platform between left and right wheels as you hold onto handlebars at a comfortable waist height. The Segway handles the balancing for you, so that you’re always upright as you glide through any environment.

    You may also visit Segway LLC’s site for more detailed info.

     

  • Expand/Collapse How many people take part in the Segway tours?

    Our tours are very popular, and for good reason.  We highly recommend reservations for all of our tours, but are happy to accommodate walk-ups as space is often available.  To make sure our tours are fun, safe, and a great experience for everyone, we have extra guides on hand should we need to split larger groups.

     

  • Expand/Collapse Are Fat Tire Segway Tours appropriate for children?

    Basically, no.  Riding Segways in Germany come with a few restrictions:

    • Each participant must have a valid driver's license and have that license with them on tour (provisional and “leaner’s permits” unfortunately don’t work).
    • Each participant must weigh between 100 lbs (45 kgs) and 255 lbs (117kgs).
    • Women who are pregnant should not ride Segways.
    • We have a strict policy against alcohol consumption and Segway operation. Alcohol is forbidden on all Segway tours and any client suspected of drinking before or during a Segway tour will immediately forfeit their tour and no refund will be given.
  • Expand/Collapse Are there restrictions on who can ride Segways?

    Yes.  Riding Segways in Germany come with a few restrictions:

    • Each participant must have a valid driver's license and have that license with them on tour (provisional and “leaner’s permits” unfortunately don’t work).
    • Each participant must weigh between 100 lbs (45 kgs) and 255 lbs (117kgs).
    • Women who are pregnant should not ride Segways.
    • We have a strict policy against alcohol consumption and Segway operation. Alcohol is forbidden on all Segway tours and any client suspected of drinking before or during a Segway tour will immediately forfeit their tour and no refund will be given.
  • Expand/Collapse How far in advance do I need to reserve?

    Occasionally we do have space available should you call the morning of your desired tour. This, however, is rare and we suggest you reserve as far ahead of time as possible. We tend to fill all of our tours.

  • Expand/Collapse How long do the Segway tours last? What if I can’t take part in the whole tour because of a previous engagement?

    Our Munich Grand Segway Tour last about 4 hours, including a short training session at the start of the tour.  As you will need to stay with your guide while on Segways, it is not possible to leave the tour early.

  • Expand/Collapse Is there a damage deposit for the Segway tour?

    While no deposit is taken before tour, you will need to fill out a fast disclaimer and damage waiver form before joining tour.

  • Expand/Collapse Can I rent a Segway without a guide?

    Unfortunately, we cannot rent our Segways out to individuals without a guide. Since our tours are virtually always full, we need all machines for our tour customers.