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Milan: Segway Tour

1. Milan: Segway Tour

Discover Milan by Segway on a tour that takes you around the city, covering all the sightseeing highlights. Follow your tour leader as you glide through the streets listening to your guide's commentary that explains what you are seeing. Additionally, with a maximum of 8 participants per tour, you will enjoy the personal atmosphere of this tour. The Segway tour begins with an orientation session. Once you feel comfortable riding the Segway, you will begin your journey to Milan's historic center. Here you will have the opportunity to see all the major sites, while comfortably listening to your tour guide. Ride through Sempione Park to Sforzesco Castle, where the ruling families of Milan used to live. Proceed to the gorgeous Cathedral Square, where you will get to see the famous gallery dedicated to Vittorio Emanuel. Today it serves as a shopping center and houses many of the world’s finest brands, such as Prada and Armani. You will then set your sights upon Milan’s magnificent cathedral and cruise through the elegant pedestrian street, Via Dante, before visiting Piazza dei Mercanti, the center of medieval Milan.

Milan: Historic 3.5-Hour Segway Tour - Morning

2. Milan: Historic 3.5-Hour Segway Tour - Morning

This group tour will start by visiting Castello Sforzesco, one of the main symbols of Milan and its history. Nowadays. it is the venue of important cultural institutions and a tourist destination, in addition to being one of the largest castles in Europe. Cross Parco Sempione in order to see Arco della Pace, an iconic neoclassical monument, and La Triennale, which houses exhibitions, conferences and events of art, design, architecture, fashion, cinema, communications and society. Then, you will explore the heart of the city by visiting Piazza della Scala, where you will see Palazzo Marino and the Teatro alla Scala, the opera house. After taking a look at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (The Lounge of Milan), you will arrive to Piazza Duomo and its beautiful cathedral. This group tour will then continue on the west side of the historical center in order to see Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie, a square famous for its church which is a notable example of Renaissance architecture attributed to Bramante. Continue on to the Navigli district renowned for its ingenious system of navigable canals and the Darsena, the old mercantile port of Milan. This area is also enriched by Piazza XXIV Maggio, dominated by the neoclassical Porta Ticinese. Here, you will be in Ticinese district, one of the most fascinating areas of the city, not only for its cultural value and historical buildings (such as the Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio and the Basilica of San Lorenzo), but also for fashion, underground pop culture and nightlife.

Historic Milan 3.5-Hour Afternoon Segway Tour

3. Historic Milan 3.5-Hour Afternoon Segway Tour

Jump on your Segway and ride effortlessly to the most famous attractions in Milan’s historic center. On this 3.5-hour tour you’ll start off at Sforza Castle, where your guide will provide interesting historical commentary. The tour will take you to the Arco della Pace (the Peace Arch) and the Piazza della Scala, home to the world-famous Teatro alla Scala (Scala Opera House) and Palazzo Marino. Next you will see the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and then Piazza del Duomo, where you will be able to take in the beauty of Milan's massive cathedral and learn about the other monuments lining the square. If you like, the guide will take your photo in front of the iconic cathedral. Next head to Piazza Mercanti, then travel the Chinese district passage along via Paolo Sarpi to Porta Garibaldi (the Garibaldi Gate) and Corso Como. Then see Milan's new skyline and learn about the history of the new skyscrapers of Porta Nuova. The tour will end in the Brera district with a visit to the courtyard of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera (academy of fine arts of Brera). Learn about the history of the Palazzo Brera (Brera Palace) and of the district of artists.

Milan: 2-Hours Segway Tour including Brera & Skyline Views

4. Milan: 2-Hours Segway Tour including Brera & Skyline Views

On this group tour, you will have the opportunity to discover both modern and traditional Milan. Starting in the historical center, you will move to the northern part of the city, passing through Milan’s Chinatown before reaching Porta Nuova, one of the most fascinating districts in Milan. The area is renowned for Gae Aulenti square and its beautiful skyscrapers: here you will have an insight into the contemporary life of the city. You will then continue with classical Milan specifically the Brera area, a location of cultural interest due to the presence of the Academy of Fine Arts and it being a vibrant gathering place for artists.

Milan: 2.5-Hour Segway Night Tour

5. Milan: 2.5-Hour Segway Night Tour

Discover Milan's most spectacular sights by night on a 2.5-hour Segway tour. Your Segway experience starts off with an orientation session and once you’re comfortable riding the Segway, you’ll embark on a journey through the futuristic districts of Milan! Your guide will escort you in a small group as you glide from the historical sites in Milan's city center, such as Piazza 25 Aprile and Porta Garibaldi, to an area of new, cutting-edge skyscrapers. Admire the Unicredit Tower, Italy’s tallest skyscraper, and marvel at the innovative Vertical Forests and glittering Diamond Tower. Learn about the newest trends in Milan, projects that are under development and the architects responsible, and also about daily life in the city from your friendly, English-speaking guide.

3-Hour Monza Park Segway PT Authorized Tour

6. 3-Hour Monza Park Segway PT Authorized Tour

This tour it will begin with a visit to Cortona, where we will visit the most important sites, then we will go to Montepulciano where guests can have a meal, and finally Pienza. 1) Cortona is believed that owes its origins to nothing less than a certain Dardano, son of Jupiter and Electra, who was later founder of Troy. It retains its historic center in perfect medieval style. Cortona is derived from Latin Cortōna, and from Etruscan . Cortona became a Ghibellinian city state in the 13th century, with its own currency. From 1325 to 1409, the Ranieri-Casali family successfully ruled the town. After being conquered by Ladislaus of Naples in 1409, Cortona was sold to the Medici in 1411. Convent de Le Celle is a 13th-century Franciscan Convent located in Le Celle, just outside Cortona It's a small hermitage builded around 1200, where St Francis of Assisi lived a part of its life. It's famous also for the movie Under the tuscany sun, with Diane Lane, La vita è bella di Roberto Benigni. Montepulciano Located at 605 meters above sea level, between the Valdichiana and the Val d'Orcia, Montepulciano has origins from the Etruscans from the fourth century BC. Of ancient and long history, it is also famous for the wealth of excellent vineyards, from which the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG is obtained. Famous for its Vino Nobile, in the historic center, it's possible to taste wine of many cellars. Pienza Before the village was renamed to Pienza its name was Corsignano. It is first mentioned in documents from the 9th century. Around 1300 parts of the village became property of the Piccolomini family. The Cathedral, which dominates the center of the piazza, has a facade that is one of the earliest designed in the Renaissance manner. Although the tripartite division is conventional, the use of pilasters and of columns, standing on high dados and linked by arches, was novel for the time. Pienza and the falous landscape to Monte Amiata, the cottages with rows of cypresses along the edge of the hill Visit La Pieve di Corsignano.

3-Hour Brescia Segway PT Authorized Tour

7. 3-Hour Brescia Segway PT Authorized Tour

Combine the stunning sights of Brescia with the fun of travelling on a segway with our half-day guided segway tour. The tour kicks off at the parking lot in Via Mantova, where you will become familiar with your segway during a 30-minute orientation. After that, it’s time to get on with the tour, starting with a cruise down a bicycle path to the Porta Venezia gate. Then we cross Piazzale Arnaldo da Brescia and go down Via Tosio and Via San Siro to reach Via dei Musei, following the route of the ancient Roman city plan. Next it’s time to take in some real history, as we proceed toward the Forum, presenting the great ruins of the Roman Theater and Capitoline Temple, as well as the remains of the eastern gate of the city. From here we go down Via Agostino Gallo, Piazza Labus, San Marco and the Tower of Hercules, passing through the Piazza Martiri di Belfiore which opens directly onto the inner courtyard of the Broletto – one of the most significant municipal buildings in all of Lombardy, with its medieval late renaissance origins. After a quick visit inside the churches dedicated to Saints Faustino, Giovita and the Santa Maria delle Grazie, the tour continues in the square that takes its name from the Loggia, an emblem of the renaissance in the Vento-Lombardy regions. Here you can admire the genuine XVI century buildings, the porticoes, the clock tower and a wide range of Roman remains. The next stop if Piazza Paolo VI, the square swimming with history and stunning monuments. Finally, the tour meanders along Corso Magenta to Piazzale Arnaldo da Brescia.

Milan 2-Hour Private Segway Tour: History and Navigli

8. Milan 2-Hour Private Segway Tour: History and Navigli

Climb aboard a personal transporter and embark on a 2-hour tour of Milan and its network of historic waterways, known as the "navigli." Benefit from the services of a licensed guide as you head off to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, home to Leonardo da Vinci's legendary painting of "The Last Supper." Admire the church from the outside and hear an explanation of its art and history. Then, continue to the inland port of La Darsena on the canals of the city. Glide over to the Roman columns of the Colonne di San Lorenzo. Take a look at the Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio and the Roman ruins of the Emperor's Palace on Via Brisa. Next, go to Piazza Affari to see the uncompromising L.O.V.E. statue by the Italian artist, Maurizio Cattelan.

3-Hour Como Segway PT Tour of Lakeside and Town

9. 3-Hour Como Segway PT Tour of Lakeside and Town

Tour charming Lake Como up close on a Segway and you will understand why poets, artists and the elite have flocked to these shores since Roman times. Begin near elegant Villa Olmo and follow a romantic promenade that lets you admire the grand neoclassical villas lining the western shore. A panoramic view of the whole city, nestled at one end of this unique "Y"-shaped lake, awaits at the public gardens. Next we head into the town center. Medieval walls surround this delightful enclave. Acquaint yourself with the cafes and restaurants housed in refined buildings along its streets. A Segway is the perfect choice to get around easily, and our maximum tour size of 8 people makes this a very personal experience. Once you have a feel for the town, return along the lake and enjoy gliding through the enchanted atmosphere that this magical landscape evokes.

3-Hour Milano Segway PT Authorized Tour

10. 3-Hour Milano Segway PT Authorized Tour

Looking for a different way to see Milan? Why not take in the sights of this beautiful city by Segway. This comprehensive tour kicks off at the Sforza Castle, in front of Filarete Tower. Then, it’s across the strikingly huge Army Courtyard to Ducal Court, a residential area built during the time of Ludovic il Moro. Next you’ll see the ancient Barchio, the 15th-century hunting ground of the Milanese Ducal family, before skirting the Mermaids Bridge and heading towards the Triennale Museum and the Branca Tower, offering you a unique insight into the history of Milan. You’ll get to experience Milan’s breathtaking skyline with a ride of Branca Tower’s lift, presenting a unique perspective of the city’s modern façade, including the cathedral, stadium and the Pirelli skyscraper. The highlights don’t stop there. There is still the Merchant’s Square, the gold-plated Madonnina statue, the statue of 19th century poet and novelist Alessandro Manzoni, and the rear façade of Milan’s City Hall to see. The tour winds down with a trip towards Piazza della Scala, where you’ll find the famous Opera House, before concluding back at Filarete Tower.

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4.8 / 5

based on 246 reviews

Excellent tour. The reservation process was easy with excellent communication. The guide was at the location before time. He was very pleasant and gave us excellent instructions and training before we start. The tour was thought and cover most of the important historical locations. He gave us a lot of information about every location with its history. He answers all the questions in a very pleasant and informative way. I took the tour with my wife and we recommend it for every one how is interested in a Segway tour . . . 1000 characters in too much Please make it shorter .. ……. …. . ….

Thank you so much for a teip around the old sites and history for the utitulerte city of Milan. We appriciate the guide and the knowlegde he showes us during thon tour. Segway is the perfect tool to get around. Finally meeting the new history with the old was the perfect way to end the tour.

Even though we were late, they waited for us and the guide was super nice about it. I highly recommend doing this first if you're staying in Milan for a few days. It's a great way to see what only needs a first & last glance as well as note what you need to get back to.

I had the best tour guide who was so knowledgeable!! Ended up being a 1 on 1 tour so super easy to see everything I wanted. Good mix between old and new Milan

The tour was excellent. This was the best thing to fo in Milan. Tour guide was fantastic. She was very knowledgeable.