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Geneva Old Town Segway Tour

Genève, Switzerland

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icon1 hour 30 minutes  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 3 more
Good for avoiding crowds


Spin through Geneva’s Old Town (Vieille Ville) on a 90-minute Segway tour, led by a professional guide. You’ll cruise effortlessly on your personal transporter across the Pont de Bergues (Bergues Bridge), along narrow cobbled streets and down Promenade de la Treille toward Parc de Bastions. See the Brunswick Monument, Cathédrale de St-Pierre (St Pierre Cathedral) and the Reformation Wall among other significant landmarks on this small-group tour, limited to 12 people for an intimate experience.
  • 1.5-hour tour of Geneva’s Old Town by Segway
  • Admire top city attractions such as the Brunswick Monument and the Reformation Wall
  • Cross the Bergues Bridge to the Old Town and explore the cobbled streets with your guide
  • Take in beautiful city views from Rousseau Island
  • Explore the Promenade de la Treille and the ancient Bourg-de-Four Square
  • Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures personal attention from your guide
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Segway training
Use of Segway and helmet
Rain poncho (if required)
Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off

Departure Point

Rue de Lausanne 16-20, 1201 Genève, Switzerland

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
Meet your guide and small group in central Geneva for a 1.5-hour Segway tour of the Old Town, which contains some of the city’s most prominent landmarks. Hop onto your motorized personal transporter for a practice session at the controls before you zip away on an eco-friendly exploration of Geneva.

Pass by the Brunswick Monument and other local attractions en route to the Bergues Bridge, and take in a panorama of the city from the walled fortress at Rousseau Island. Climb effortlessly on your Segway through the narrow, winding streets of Geneva’s Old Town, passing water fountains and charming town squares.

Cruise along Promenade de la Treille and continue on through the ancient Bourg-de-Four Square, admiring the imposing façade of the city’s Town Hall. Gain insight into Geneva’s rich history with a stop at the Reformation Wall where you’ll hear about significant events during the Protestant Reformation.

After learning about the religious upheavals of the 16th century, motor back to the city center where your morning or afternoon tour concludes.
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Minimum age is 16 years
  • Not recommended for people weighing less than 99lbs (45kg) or more than 265lbs (120kg)
  • Comfortable shoes are recommended, heels no higher than 1" (2cm) and no flip-flops
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Fairquote Cooperative

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

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What is the maximum group size during Geneva Old Town Segway Tour?
This activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers.

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Great for everyone.
, May 2021
Great fun informative and highly recommended. Reto was a great guide with lots of interesting details about this amazing city🙏
Wondering experience
Dustin B
, Sep 2019
RJ was a great guide! Very informative and fun. He’s very experienced and put everyone in the group at ease on the Segways. Would definitely repeat.
Great fun, I’ll do it again!
, Aug 2019
This was great, I really enjoyed it. The Segway is an intriguing machine, extremely easy to learn thanks to our experienced guide/instructor. None of the participants had any previous experience and after a few lessons we were really comfortable driving the thing. The guide was highly knowledgeable of Geneva, its history and daily life. We covered much more sites than we would if we had been walking. The only “inconvenience” (which for me wasn’t a problem) is that we couldn’t visit the interior of the sites, the tour is 100% outdoor. The whole thing was really fun, I’ll do it again someday.
Teachers on Tour
, May 2019
A group of 9 teachers did the Geneva Segway Tour on Saturday. It was one of the highlights of our weekend in Geneva/France. It was filled with fun, laughter, knowlegde of the old city and extremely safe. Our tour guides were Charles and RJ, whom were great craic and made our tour relaxed and very enjoyable. I will give this tour 10 out of 10 and highly recommend it to anyone. Thanks lads...
Great way to see Old Town and learn...
Richelle W
, Mar 2018
Great way to see Old Town and learn some history. Our guide was very knowledgeable and you can tell he genuinely cares for the city and it’s history. It was freezing though as we went in the middle of the cold snap so if you’re doing this in winter - rug up properly!
Great guide full of local knowledge...
, Sep 2017
Great guide full of local knowledge and history. Being a Sunday we used the alternate meeting point arrangements which worked out the usual access was closed due to Sunday morning shopping hours. With just the two of us in the group we were given the choice of the United Nations area or the old town.... we didn't really get it as we thought we had time for a taste of both areas. Having said that, the guide was very caring,informative and safety focused and spoke with passion about Geneva as we toured the Nations area.
Highly recommend this tour. Was a...
, Jun 2017
Highly recommend this tour. Was a great way to see some of the sights of Geneva Old Town. Neither of us had ridden a Segway before, but after a brief demo and practice session, we felt very comfortable and were surprised how intuitive the machines were. Our guide, RJay was excellent and made us feel at ease. His passion for the city was evident and gave a lot of interesting info about all the places we stopped at. Only wish it had gone for a bit longer
A fun and laughter filled adventure...
Lisa S
, Jan 2017
A fun and laughter filled adventure afternoon. Follow the instructions to find the place and a great time awaits you. I would highly recommend.
As first time Segway pilots we loved...
chris b
, Aug 2016
As first time Segway pilots we loved this tour. Excellent instruction and entertaining commentary from our guide.
We booked the Segway tour through...
, Jun 2016
We booked the Segway tour through Viator. We did the Old Town tour with RJ, he was an awesome guide. My husband I had not used a Segway, ever. RJ did an excellent job instructing us before the tour, we also watched a video, and did some practice runs. RJ was very knowledgeable about the city, he shared many fun fact/trivia information and had deep historical knowledge of the city. He also speaks many languages and perfect English. City Wheels is in a mall named Les Cygnes on Rue de Lausanne, opposite the railway station, next to the Hotel Warwick. When we went the mall was closed, we entered through the side, City Wheels sent me very clear directions on how to find them. The Segways were in top condition. The instruction was a critical part of the success of the day. RJ did a really good job ensuring we were very comfortable on the Segway before we went out in the city. The tour was fun, educational, and comprehensive. There are bike lanes through out the city, I felt safe riding in the city among the cars, no one honked at us, and the cars would stay behind us with distance, if there wasn't a bike lane. The tour is through parks, pedestrian areas, and for short sections with traffic. If you want to see a lot and do it in a short amount of time, this is a good way to do it.

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