History seen from the riverbanks Segway

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Departure time

14h

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

Ready to go back in time?

Following a short introductory session with your guide to perfect your steering skills, set out on a discovery tour of Lyon's two rivers, both of which are the living witnesses to 2,000 years of the city's history.

After crossing Place Bellecour, this tour takes you to the banks of the Rhône. This pleasant green route, which is very popular among locals, takes you upstream along the Presqu’île, all the way to Croix-Rousse hill, the iconic site of Lyon's silk industry.

No climbing is required: you'll be going through Croix-Rousse hill via the tunnel devoted to alternative means of transport, a tunnel alive with images projected onto the walls, to meet the Saône at the other side.
Just ahead lies the Saône meandering at the foot of Fourvière hill. This is your opportunity to discover a few reconverted historical sites, such as the fort of Saint-Jean, the city's former stronghold and now the National School of Public Finances, and the first veterinary school in Europe, which is now the French National Conservatory of Music and Dance (CNSMD).

You'll then be following the Saône all the way back to Vieux-Lyon, where the tour ends.
A trip through time that reveals the city's riches.


Woth 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

Duration

1h30 + 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 €42.00

The banks of the Saône

A long stroll punctuated by art and installations by 13 artists of international repute along the river Saône. From Confluence to Neuville, urban and rural environments abound. By late 2018, this route will extend over 22 km.