Segway tours in Oslo
A segway tour in Oslo is O-not-so-slow! We invite you to twist and turn on a course through the capital that will bring fun to your visit to the Fjord City of Norway.
Uh…what’s a segway, and how do I ride one?
We don’t even need to sit you down to take you through using a segway – because you’ll be standing up all the way! You are the charioteer (one who remembers to wear comfy shoes!) as you steer your own fun-filled electric transport around the city with one of us as your guide. You’ll be standing for up to half an hour at a time, so just bear that in mind as well as restrictions such as height and weight that apply (see specific tour page for details). Once we get going though, there shall be no restrictions on the fun we’ll have!
Worried about hills? Don’t be! Mainly because Oslo doesn’t have a great many in the city itself. Even so, your electric vehicle can take inclines in its stride as it efficiently gets you to get-to-know Oslo in a fun and speedy fashion.
What do I see on a segway tour in Oslo?
With our tour, Oslo by Segway, city centre gems are within your reach at super-speed as the Opera House, National Theatre, Parliament and Royal Palace are just a few of the stops to hop off and discover more of as we flow from street to street.
You can see more with your feet on the floor with our segway tours in Oslo. The long main pedestrian shopping street, Karl Johans gate, can be seen in good time with stunning views of Aker Brygge, Tjuvholmen and the Oslo City Hall being a reward for all the hard work we’ve put in at having so much fun. Then we can all stand tall on our cherished chariots just as Akershus Fortress towers over the fjord – another impressive stop on our wheel-spinning sprint through the city.
As you can probably tell, our segway tours in Oslo are a fun way to see the city – indeed the cities of Stockholm and Copenhagen can be seen in the same way with us! Or view all of our Scandinavian excursions by segway.
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