Barcelona Top 10 Attractions
Where to stay in Barcelona? Which is best area to stay in Barcelona?
What's on Barcelona July
Best hotels Barcelona. Popular new hotels 2017
3 days in Barcelona. How to plan a three day visit to Barcelona
Barcelona Beaches - guide to Barcelona best beaches
How to get from Barcelona airport to city center
New Ferrari Land Barcelona theme park
Best Barcelona shopping streets
Book Barcelona's best tours
FC Barcelona Camp Nou Tour
Tickets FC Barcelona 2017
Ways to see Barcelona. Choosing sightseeing tours Barcelona
Tickets Joan Gamper Cup 2017
Best Self catering Apartments Barcelona
Best Barcelona Museums
Modernist architecture Barcelona
Pictures Magic Fountain Barcelona
Best Day Tours from Barcelona. What to see outside Barcelona
Barcelona safety tips. Avoiding pickpockets in Barcelona
Flamenco shows in Barcelona
La Rambla street in Barcelona - Las Ramblas
Outlet Shopping Malls Barcelona
Antoni Gaudi - Barcelona's famous modernist architect
Best Barcelona Boutique Hotels 2017
Map Barcelona cruise ship terminals at Barcelona port
Barcelona taxi prices 2017
Best Barcelona hotels near cruise ship port 2017
Salvador Dalí Museum near Barcelona.
Barcelona Webcams - live webcams
Pictures Andorra and Pyrenees Mountains
Barcelona Segway Tours
El Nacional Barcelona - restaurant emporium
Chocolate Barcelona
Best Barcelona restaurant blogs
Food markets in Barcelona
YouTube travel videos Barcelona
Things to do in Barcelona when it's raining
Park Guell pictures Barcelona
Best Barcelona restaurants with views
Spanish schools Barcelona
Barcelona bike tours
Barcelona Madrid AVE trains
Barcelona clubs & lounges
Pictures Santa Maria del Mar church
Pictures Costa Brava beaches in Spain
Articket - discounts for Barcelona art museums
Barcelona Tourist FAQ. Frequently Asked Questions by Tourists
Maps of Barcelona
Barcelona cable cars & mountain trains
Moving to Barcelona
Barcelona.Tipping. Tipping Culture. Do you tip in Barcelona?
Pictures Casa Batllo
Las Arenas Mall shopping centre
Where did Picasso live in Barcelona?
Ski resorts near Barcelona
Top 10 Tourist Attractions Barcelona
Barcelona Music Festivals
Pictures Poblenou area Barcelona
Antique Markets & Flea markets
Bicing - Barcelona city bicycles
Barcelona Easter 2018 - Semana Santa Holy Week
Barcelona Christmas - Things to do at Christmas
El Gordo Spanish Lottery Christmas 2017
Three Kings cavalcade procession 5th January 2018
Sant Jordi Day Barcelona rose & book festival 2017
Andorra Snow Day Tour from Barcelona
Best hotels near MWC 2017 Mobile World Congress Barcelona
Best Hotels on Las Ramblas Barcelona
Luxury beach Hotel W Barcelona 'La Vela'
Book tours of Barcelona online
Search Apartments Barcelona
Search Hotels Barcelona
Weather Barcelona Spain
Barcelona New Year Parties 2017 NYE Celebrations
MWC 2017 Barcelona - Mobile World Congress
How to get to Barcelona Montmelo F1 and MotoGP racetrack
Long term flats for rent Barcelona
Finding work Barcelona Spain
Barcelona chair by Mies van der Rohe
Barcelona last minute hotels MWC Mobile World Congress
Movies in English Barcelona
Pictures Gaudi Crypt Colonia Güell
Barcelona satellite pictures
Find Barcelona's parks
Barcelona Segway Tours

720x405_barcelona_segway_day

Barcelona Segway Tours


See Barcelona on a Segway.A Segway tour is an original and fun way to see Barcelona´s harbour and beach coastline. 

What is a segway? A Segway PT (personal Transporter) is a two-wheeled, self-balancing, battery-powered electric vehicle invented by Dean Kamen of New Hampshire USA. Even though he invented it as a personal transporter, not too many people own a Segway for personal use, but it has become a very big hit as a fun and different way for tourists to combine seeing a city and trying a Segway for the first time - and Barcelona is no exception. There are several companies who offer Segway tours. Most of the tours are around the wide boulevards and promenades of the Barcelona port and beach coastal areas with some alson include parts of the gothic area and going as far as Parc Ciutadella. You can choose from short rides of 1 hour up to longer tours of around 3 hours. Try it! A  Segway ride in the warm Barcelona sun is a great way to spend a couple of hours during your visit. 

A segway is easy to learn to ride and all Barcelona segway tour guests get a short training session. The base of the Segway has computers, sensors, and electric motors to keep it the device upright and the segway rider makes it go forward or backward by shifting their weight forwards or backwards. The segway does the rest. To turn and steer, the rider moves the handlebar to the left or right. The PT responds by adjusting the speeds of the wheels in opposite directions causing the PT to yaw and, if not traveling forward or backward, turn in place. 

Even though a Segway is easy to learn to ride it is not suitable for everyone, so check the minimum age requirements (usually around 10 years old) and the weight requirements (usually between 35kg and 110kg)  Segway tours are not suitable for disabled, blind or visually impaired persons, or pregnant women.

Barcelona has several excellent Segway tour operators to choose from. Most of the Barcelona Segway tours are along the wide boulevards and promenades of Barcelonas port and beach areas, which are perfect for a Segway ride in the warm Barcelona sun. The best times for Segway tours (in our opinion are winter, spring and autumn/fall as the summer months of July and August can be quite congested by the beaches especially in the afternoon.


Here are some of the Barcelona tours on Segways that you can choose from:


Barcelona Segway Day

720x405_barcelona_segway_day2

Barcelona Segway Day

On a Barcelona Segway Day tour you can choose between one of three suggested routes: the Mini Tour of 1 hour, the Midi Tour of 1 hour and 30 min or the Gran Tour of 2 hours.

Tours: daily, at 9am, 12noon, 4pm and 6pm.
Language: English and Spanish.

BOOK Barcelona Segway Day tour here








720x405_barcelona_segway_fun

Barcelona SegwayFun


Barcelona SegwayFun offers two Segway tours which start in the heart of the Gothic Quarter exploring its winding streets and heading down to seafront, the harbour Port Vell, and the Palau de Mar. Choose between 1.30 hour tour or 2 hour tour

Times and length: Daily, all year round at 10am and 5pm (2-hour route) and at 12.30pm (1.30 min. route).
Language: Spanish and English.

BOOK Barcelona SegwayFun here






720x405_barcelona_sun_and_segway


Barcelona Sun & Segway


Barcelona Sun & Segway offer 3 different Segway tours along the Barcelona coast and harbour neighbourhoods

Times: daily departures
Short route: 9am, 10am, 12 noon, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm and 8pm.

Medium route: 9am, 10am, 12 noon, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm and 8pm.
Long route: 9am, 12.30pm, 4pm and 7pm.
Languages: English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian and Dutch.

BOOK Barcelona Sun & Segway here


© Copyright Barcelonayellow.com 

Do not copy from this page without permission
All rights reserved






Last Updated on Friday, 08 July 2016 10:56