Discover the heart of the Presqu’île - 1h Segway

Next departure on 25/09/2020 at 14:00

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Departure time

14h

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Segway Opéra Presqu'ile Bellecour
Tour proposed by ComhiC Lyon Segway Tour

The charm of the city centre

Explore Lyon with the intuitive drive of the Segway®.
After a short training, you are ready to wander around the city with your passionate guide.

Thanks to this tour, discover the Presqu'île (Peninsula) and its most beautiful squares: the famous Bellecour Square, the nice République Square or the superb Jacobins’ Square. Bordered by the Saône and the Rhone, the Peninsula is full of architectural and historical treasures.

You will have the opportunity to enjoy the charm of the city center in peace and without effort.


Worth knowing

Please ensure you arrive 10 minutes before the tour commences.
Booking is necessary
Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity
Helmets and disposable hygiene caps supplied
Activity not recommended for pregnant women
From 12 years+, 45 kg minimum


Health and safety commitments

In order to ensure the safety of our visitors, all tours provided by ComhiC have been adapted with routes that enable physical distancing and compliance with applicable health regulations:

Reception conditions:

  • customers are received outside the shop by members of staff wearing a protective mask
  • a mask must be worn (we can provide masks at cost price)
  • alcohol-based hand sanitizer provided

Adapted service:

  • outdoor activity
  • individual vehicle
  • disinfection of equipment
  • small groups (8 people maximum)
  • physical distancing (related to the vehicle, of at least one metre)
Duration

1 hour + 30 mins training

Kind

Segway sightseeing

Access

Metro D > Vieux-Lyon

Meeting point

At the COM’HIC Store - 7 quai Romain Rolland - Lyon 5th

Prices
Adult €32.00

The equestrian statue, Place Bellecour

Legend has it that the sculptor Lemot committed suicide when he realised he had forgotten the stirrups on the statue of Louis XIV. But he didn't! Actually he represented the Sun King riding in the Roman style, without a saddle or stirrups.