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Heidelberg, Germany
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Rakesh S wrote a review Oct 2016
Calcutta, West Bengal, India84 contributions44 helpful votes
Don't Miss this. I never miss a chance of Segway anywhere in the world. I believe it is one of the best way to see the major areas of town than to just strolling in city centre. we got the booking on the last moment. The owner was kind to give us the reservation by cancelling the leave of the crew. We were group of four friends and we had one nice sweet tour guide. Once again thank to her and the owner.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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dr_natasha76 wrote a review Oct 2013
dhaka24 contributions21 helpful votes
I was there only for 2 days 3 nights, to present a lecture at Heidelberg University. I arrived at Night. Stayed in a HIP hotel, with which my romantic surprise began!! it was really a wonderful , thematic hotel without any room number but with different names of cities with amazingly nice decoration! next morning had a daylong walk while I found a beautiful warm soothing city! felt like a city rose from fairy tale!! But they have all types of ultra modern things of daily life. at the after noon went to visit the castle which is a must see for every visitor! up from the castle the glamor of the city dazzled again! the old bridge on Necka river was one of my romantic experience in the world. Nobody should forget to taste the sweet wine of that city and of course the great variety of world class cuisine I experienced 5 times!.. I stayed at the old part and all my memory is full of that beautiful lovely city.
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Date of experience: September 2013
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mkchabba wrote a review Jul 2013
Neu-Isenburg, Germany1 contribution1 helpful vote
It was a spontaneous idea. What to do with an overseas visitor who has loads of sight-seeing behind him in the last few day? I combined the sightseeing trip of Heidelberg with a Segway tour. Result: smiles all around. The guide went out of the way to explain everything in English for the overseas visitor, although this was not part of the package. Try this as a change from the usual sightseeing routine.
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Date of experience: July 2013
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BernardMorey wrote a review Oct 2012
Melbourne, Australia132 contributions54 helpful votes
I hadn't planned on visiting Heidelberg but I ended up with an extra day in Frankfurt so I took the train over on a day return. I needed a comprehensive tour to see as much as possible in a few hours. The CitySeg tour was ideal. It covered the main sites on both sides of the river with just the right amount of history. Our guide spoke excellent English and quickly trained us to ride a Segway. The tour lasted some 3 hours and after that I knew enough to catch a bus back to one area to explore it in more detail before catching the train back to Frankfurt. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: August 2012
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bobo j wrote a review Sep 2012
Greensboro, North Carolina28 contributions19 helpful votes
Great tour! Great guides! We had never ridden a Segway and thought it would be fun. It was all we hoped for and more. We had 2 guides and both spoke English very well.They showed us how to get on, off and control the Segway. In a matter minutes the group (6 tourist+2 guides) was off. At some time I would like to do it again. They are fast, maneuverable and FUN! Heidelberg is also a great place for a Segway tour. The city is built on a small gorge formed by the Neckar River so once you get out of the bottom it is very hilly. They have funicular rail that goes to the castle. That's how steep it is. Philosopher's Way on the other side the river is just as steep but no rail The segways ate the hills up!. The roads were twisting and steep. No fun to walk. The tour hit all the highlights and the guides were knowledgeable. This was definitely one of the highlights of our tour
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Date of experience: July 2012
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