Budapest is the capital city of Hungary. It is bisected by the River Danube and is a historical place to visit with famous buildings that attract tourists all year round.
However, the tour around the city of Budapest can be quite a long one. The city streets are enriched with history and architecture and require a detailed pedestrian tour. So how can one take the tour without getting exhausted? Well, it probably wouldn’t be humanly possible to walk through the entire tour by foot, so Budapest offers tourist Segway tours. A Segway is a two-wheeled vehicle that allows you to move around while standing on a platform attached with two wheels on both sides; left and right and you hold yourself to support with a handle attached to a vertical shaft like stick.
Segway Budapest is an enthralling experience. It allows people to enjoy the lengthy tours across the streets of Budapest without exhausting themselves from the long walk that would otherwise be required. The Segway allows you to interact with the surroundings while exploring the city. It is a unique style of taking a tour but also a smart one that reduces the fatigue and stress of walking all day long.
The Segway tour through the famous city of Budapest is a famous tour that attracts people from all over the world. This tour is hence named and commonly known as Segway Budapest. These are private tours that come in a variety and you can enjoy the different aspects of the tour and sites according to the Segway tour you choose. Each of these is about a two hour or an hour and a half long tour. Some even exceed up to 3 hours, that is right, imagine having to walk for three hours straight! You wouldn’t be enjoying the tour as much by the end, if it was on foot, now would you?
A few of these Segway Budapest tours are:
The 1.5 hour Downtown Sightseeing Segway:
This is an hour and a half long Segway tour in Downtown Budapest that is fun and exciting. You get to see all of the downtown buildings, streets and experience the Budapest downtown culture. There are shops that you might pass by and might even want to step into. In this tour you pass by Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest Hungary Bridge over the Danube River with great views and the stops in this Segway tour include the Hungarian Parliament Building, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Szabadsag Square, Hungarian State Opera House, Andrassy Avenue, Clark Adam Square, and the Zero Kilometer Stone right in front of the famous Chain Bridge. Visiting all the fascinating historical sites and unique buildings on this tour is an amazing experience.
The 1 hour Parliament Segway Tour:
This is a more specific tour. It focuses on the Parliamentary area of Budapest city. Tourists enjoy visiting a number of sites within the area focused on this particular tour. Some of these sites include the Budapest Eye, Holocaust Memorial, Liberty Square, Kossuth Lajos Square, Hungarian Parliament, Ethnographical Museum, St. Stephen’s Basilica, and Deak Ferenc Square.
The 2.5 hour Budapest Highlights Tour:
This interesting tour lasts for two and a half hours. It may seem like a lengthy tour but it is so enriched, visiting all the best spots in the city and experiencing the history that it has to offer, first hand that once it’s over, you won’t even know where the two and a half hours went. Time flies when you are surrounded by such historic sites and places that indulge in s much knowledge and heritage. The tour is a detailed one which gives an overall view of the city. It includes sightseeing in the city of Budapest, of course, without getting worn out by walking. This Segway tour allows the tourists to glide through the old town, the Buda Hills, Margarita Island, and much more. A cherry on top is that the guide will be taking pictures of the group so you don’t even have to worry about stopping and taking selfies.
There are many other Segway tours that you could opt for to make the best of your trip and to have an eventful and fun yet relaxed tour while you’re there. Overall, Segway Budapest is a fun way to tour the city, is eco-friendly since it eliminates the factor of burning fuel and it helps tourists enjoy the surroundings and to be able to go sightseeing for longer hours without getting tired from walking the entire time.