Discovery tour at the heart of Lyon by Segway® Segway

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Departure time

14h

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Segway Presqu'ile Bellecour Vieux-Lyon
Tour proposed by Mobilboard Lyon Segway Tour

A fun way of seeing Lyon on a Personal Transporter

Accessible to all, come discover a new mode of transport: the Segway. Original, silent and ecological, the Segway is your opportunity to visit Lyon in a unique way. Make your trip an unforgettable, enjoyable and cultural experience!
All tours begin with 30 minutes of free training provided by your personal guide in order that you feel comfortable and confident for the rest of the adventure.
Before heading off to the Renaissance district, you'll be given the opportunity to get to grips with your Personal Transporter on the long and wide bike paths along the Rhône embankment.

Take part in a unique escapade by discovering the old town of Lyon. This Renaissance area, classified by UNESCO as a world heritage, conceals many secrets which are a pleasure to discover!
This fascinating jaunt to the heart of Lyon, which includes the Presqu'île and the historic quarter, will reveal a more intimate aspect of the city. Vieux-Lyon and its famous traboules with their Italian charm, are a must! Cross the Saône and make your way to Place Bellecour, one of the largest pedestrian squares in Europe, and therefore ideal for Segway® riders. Make the most of this last stage of your visit to pick up speed or do a few twirls around this 15-acre square!


Worth knowing

Please ensure you arrive 15 minutes before the tour commences.
Booking is necessary
Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity
From 12 years+, 45 kg minimum

Duration

1h30 + 30 mins training

Kind

Segway sightseeing

Access

Metro A or D > Bellecour

Meeting point

At the Mobilboard store, 29 quai Gailleton - Lyon 2nd

Prices
Adult €42.00

A close shave for Vieux-Lyon!

Two mayors, E. Herriot and L. Pradel, had intended to tear down this dilapidated quarter to build expressways. In 1962, André Malraux, the Minister of Culture, saved Vieux-Lyon, making it the first listed site in France..