We were approached by some guy with a segway (though some other brand) whilst walking into old town. It is hard to explain, but he was inviting, and not at all pushy or annoying like the usual promoters, that i sincerely despise. This guy, Filip, was a pleasure talking with, and offered me and my girlfriend to try the segway for free. He gave us some quick tips and some training laps in which he made us newbies feel safe while learning to use the machine. As i suspected, he asked if we wanted a tour for a price. He offered several different routes, but after a short conversation he suggested a custom tour which suited our personal wishes perfectly. It was also a blast talking with him while walking to the tour office. There we received some more training (riding the segway was easier than suspected), before we went on the tour with Ivan. This guy had a strong accent, which was sometimes hard to understand. (English, he usually serves Russian spakers) But that only worked as part of the charm of this awesome guy. The tour went through old and new town, to the other side of the Charles bridge, and Petrin hill. Ivan stopped at interesting sites, and whenever we wanted to. He told us interesting information and stories, and said he purposedly left out specific dates and details as he thought we would find it boring. Quite right. After I had asked some questions, he got a better idea of what we were interested in hearing, and told us all the things we wanted to know. I asked a riduculous amount of questions, to which he always answered interestingly. Sometimes he did not know the answer, and honestly told so. When I was inquiring about Franz Kafka outside his museum, he also told me he that he disliked his work, and provided a valid reason as to why. I disagreed, but found this honesty very refreshing. This also made me believe him when he told us that we were quite good with the segways. The three of us thus rode around quickly, but safe, as he gave us warning signs, and jumped off the segway to help, at particularly scary passages. It was also wet after earlier raining, making the ground slippery. Riding the segway past weary pedestrians with my own feet dry, made this investment seem quite smart. The 2-hour trip was a little bit expensive as this was a private guided tour with segways. I did notice competing agencies whilst cruising around on the segway, and Robot City Tours seemed to be the cheapest. All in all this was an adventurous and exciting trip, well worth the money. We felt like hanging out with a nice local, on futuristic vehicles in an ancient, timeless town. Ivan even showed some private pictures and told us what some monuments meant to him. He also gave us as a couple some sweet surprises, that you will have to experience for yourselves. DO bring warm clothing, gloves and shoes, as you are basically standing still outside for two hours. I highly recommend. Thanks Filip, Ivan, and you other folks at Robot City!