Madrid Segway Night Tour
Madrid in segway it is unbelievable, but …. Many times we ask ourselves, since when does Madrid have lights? Who was the driving force behind this idea?
The lighting was on the facades of certain houses and palaces with torches, but we have to return to 1766 when Carlos III approves the project by the Royal Council and begins street lighting in many important cities and towns, not all.
Madrid is one of the most spectacular cities and at night it is even more attractive. When you walk through the center and see the illuminated buildings, you can join the past.
Overview Glide through Madrid in the glow of the evening on this fabulous evening tour past some of the city’s most iconic monuments, including The Royal Palace, The Almudena Cathredal , The River Area, The lake of Casa de Campo.
Enjoy spectacular views of historic sites as they light the night sky.
This is a truly unique way to see the city.
Madrid Segway Travel Night Tour a fabulous way to see Madrid at night! Begin with a 10-minute training session to learn the basics of maneuvering the Segway Once under way, visit Madrid. highlights
The tour would begin in one of the most central areas of Madrid, on Arrieta 9, near the Royal Palace and the Royal Theater.
The advantage of doing a night tour is that we have Madrid for us, there are no cars or people on the street. In summer it is very refreshing to walk along the sidewalk of the Manzanares River.
Madrid is a spectacular city by day, but also at night because its impressive illuminated buildings have another beauty.
We will visit the most emblematic monuments such as the Royal Theater, the Royal Palace, the Almudena Cathedral, the Segovia Bridge (the oldest bridge in Madrid), we will stop the viewpoint of the Huerta de la Partida with its impressive views of the Royal Palace and the Almudena Cathedral.
On the way back we will pass through the Plaza de Ramales, to the Plaza Mayor to end up passing through Santiago Street in our office.