History seen from the riverbanks Segway

Next departure on 03/12/2022 at 15:30

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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?

Meet your guide in our agency, in the historical center, to discover the Segway® and learn how to drive it. You will be introduced to the intuitive drive of the Segway® for about fifteen minutes. After that, Lyon and its 2000 years of history await you with open arms!

Start at the foot of Fourvière hill, in the Old-Town and then cross the Saône river to get to the largest pedestrian square in Europe: Bellecour Square. Continue towards the beautiful banks of the Rhône and take part of the 815 km of the ViaRhôna.
Then return to the Peninsula to discover the Opera House, the City Hall and the great Terreaux Square. Finish your visit in the historic district of Lyon: the Old Lyon and its emblematic narrow streets.

This tour will allow you to learn a little bit more about the city of Lyon while taking advantage of the gentle means of transport that is the Segway®. You will mix fun and adventure!


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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
#gourdefriendly In Lyon, we refill your drinking bottle with a smile! At the begining or at the end of your tour, take advantage of your visit to the shop to fill your water bottle free of charge.

Duration

1h30 + 15 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 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.