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Paris Express Tour by Segway

Paris Express Tour by Segway

No time to lose. If you want to see a lot of Paris in a short time, this is THE tour. 12 major points of interest and 5 km of Segway in 1hour.

Visit the following 12 Parisian monuments: Eiffel Tower, Champ de Mars, Lavirotte building (Art Nouveau), Russian Orthodox Church, Alma Bridge, Quais de Seine, Alexander 3rd bridge (the ornate bridge), Petit and Grand Palais, Jeff Koons (Bouquet of Tulips), Invalides and the Military School.

Disclaimer: the purpose of this Express tour is to show 12 beautiful sites in Paris in a very short time frame (1 hour and 15 minutes!). During this 5 km Segway tour, we will take pictures and give you a quick overview of the monuments. If you want to have a detailed presentation of the monuments and more facts about Paris, we recommend our 2.5 hour guided tourthe Amazing Paris Segway tour by Segway


1) An efficient guided Segway tour of Paris ! 2) Many picture stops 3) The perfect route if you have never tried segway before 4) The best value segway tour in Paris.

The tour in details

Details of the Paris Express Segway Tour

After a quick training session (10 minutes), you are on your Segway and ready for your ride in Paris to discover its monuments!

Ecole Militaire (Military School): we are looking at the beautiful Ecole Militaire, built in 1751 (works were conducted by Ange-Jacques Gabriel, the architect who also designed the Petit Trianon in Versailles) and now we head for the Eiffel Tower.

Peace Wall: this art work (completed in 2000 by Clara Halter and Jean-Michel Wilmotte) refers to the Wailing Wall (in Jerusalem). On the sides of it there are slots into which previously you could slide messages of peace.

Carrousel du Champs-de-Mars: a little further on our left is the Carrousel du Champs-de-Mars dating from 1913. Last Parisian merry-go-round working with human energy! It is the crank in the center of the arena that rotates the original wooden horses, sculpted by the Limonaire brothers.

Eiffel Tower: we cross the Champ de Mars, the ideal place for an Eiffel Tower photo stop. You can pinch it or hold it on your hand. Let your imagination run free!

Lavirotte building: here, we are at n°29 avenue Rapp, in front of an amazing Art Nouveau building built in 1901 by the architect Jules Lavirotte. Can you see what’s hiding the front door?

Cathedral of the Holy Trinity: let’s carry on along Avenue Rapp and see a bit of Russia in Paris. Here is the Russian cultural center and the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. Like an embassy, ​​the entire site is Russian territory.

Quays of the Seine (les quais de Seine): on the river banks, we head towards 3 monuments erected during the 1900 World Fair: Alexander the 3rd Bridge, the Petit Palais and the Grand Palais.

Alexander the 3rd Bridge: the first Parisian bridge to span the Seine with a single arch.

The Petit Palais, in classic style, built by architect Charles Girault. It is faithful to its original vocation to be the Museum of Fine Arts of the city of Paris (free museum, closed on Mondays).

The Grand Palais hosts temporary cultural events. Note that its roof (6000 tons of steel and 2000 tons of glass) has the same weight as the Eiffel Tower!

Hôtel des Invalides: let’s now head to the Hôtel des Invalides. Its construction was ordered by Louis XIV in 1670 to accommodate wounded soldiers (up to 10,000 simultaneously). Under the dome resides the tomb of Napoleon.

Final step, from Hôtel des Invalides, we return to the Champ de Mars for final well-deserved Segway photos in front of the Eiffel Tower 😊!

1) A fun and original experience of Paris on a high tech machine (with a laid-back team!)

2) Our guides are experienced and certified (see Wheels and Ways team and check out Florian and Emmanuel « Segway Certified Instructor diplomas»)

3) Wheels and Ways is #1  Segway Tour Operator in Paris on TripAdvisor

4) No minimum number of people required to do the Segway tour (and you can book your segway tour at the very last minute!)

5) 9 people maximum per segway guide for your safety and enjoyment

6) In Summer, we provide you with a free bottle of water

7) For an optimum user experience, we also provide, if necessary, raincoat, windbreaker, fleece jacket. Everything is included in the price.

8) Our routes are 100% in compliance with the French Law concerning the use of Personal Motorised Tranporters (decree of the 23rd of October, 2019)

9) We have many picture stops on our route. You will not miss a thing !

10) You have never been on a Segway and you want to test the machine before you book a tour? Just send us an email to book your 15-minute free trial !

/!\ For the health of mother and child, Segway tours are prohibited for pregnant women.

Our “public” Segway guided tours are open to people aged at least 14 years old.

For 12 and 13 year old children, we ask parents to book a “private” ride (or to contact us).

French Law # 2019-1082 of October 23, 2019 stipulates that the use of personal motorized transport equipment is strictly prohibited for children under 12 years of age.

Wear comfortable and closed shoes (avoid flip-flops).

Arrive a few minutes early so we can get to know each other 🙂

Book the tour

Paris Express tour by Segway

From: 39,00


Get your Paris Express Segway tour privatized

You can get your Paris Express tour privatized every day of the week according to availability.

Starting price: 196€ (minimum 4 persons), then 49€ per additional person.

The Express Paris Segway tour...

…is also:

– sharing a friendly or a family moment during holidays, for a stag / hen party or for a birthday party !

– a fun way to discover Paris and its main monuments

– an original tour on a high-tech machine (the Segway) everybody will enjoy !

an unexpected way to learn French… with our 100% French (SMILING) English speaking guides !

– a central starting and finishing point. We meet at Place Joffre (at the foot of Marshal Joffre’s equestrian statue, facing the main entrance of the military school). The closest Metro Station is « La Motte Piquet Grenelle » (Métro numbers 6, 8 or 10) and take the Exit « Avenue de Suffren ». It’s 7-minute walk to the Eiffel Tower and there are also many cafés and restaurants in the neighbourhood. 

Our other Segway tours in Paris

Each Segway tour has its specificities and allows you to discover a different side of Paris.

Our other 2 or 2.5 hour Segway guided tours:

The Amazing Paris tour (8km route, Eiffel Tower, Orsay Museum…)

Paris by Night (discover the illuminated monuments of Paris)

Sunrise Paris Tour (to see Paris with (almost) no Parisians, and to segway on the empty Champs-Elysées avenue !)

Paris Street Art tour (to discover the modern 13th district of Paris and its beautiful murals)

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