- An original way to visit Madrid
- An unique experience for all the family, or friends.
- Family friendly
Meet your friendly guide in Central Madrid and start with a practice session to get familiar with your two-wheeled personal transporter. Only once you feel comfortable with thesegway Ninebot, you will follow the team into the streets of the old part of the city.
You will glide from Calle San Nicolás (San Nicolás church) to the Lepanto garden and Plaza Oriente where the famous equestrian statue of Philip IV on horseback stands, adjacent to the Palacio Real. You will then go to the plaza de la Catedral de la Almudena that faces the Palacio Real. Then you will slide the Viaducto de Segovia before entering the typical old district of La Latina where you will admire the Iglesia de San Andrés, the Plaza de la Paja, the Iglesia de San Pedro, the Palacio Arzobispal, the Palacio del Cordón, and the Basílica de San Miguel. From there you will reach the famous Plaza de la Villa, where you can see three buildings, the Casa de la Villa which was the Town Hall before 2007, the Casa Cisneros, and the Casa y Torre de los Lujanes.
After this stroll through the shaded streets of La Latina, you’ll head on the Mercado San Miguel, the mecca of gastronomy in Madrid.
Then you will cross the beautiful Plaza Mayor, Madrid’s main square located right in the center of the city.
You will head off to the Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, go past the Palacio de Santa Cruz where the Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores (Foreign Ministry) is located near the Iglesia de Santa Cruz.
You will go down the typical streets of Cortes where you will find many bars and tapas restaurants before joining the kilometer zero of the famous Plaza Puerta Del Sol with its clock tower of the Real Casa de Correos and the famous statue and symbol of Madrid: the bear and the arbutus. You will discover off the beaten track small streets between Callao, Gran Vía and Ópera where you will be to see the Monasterio de Las Descalzas Reales before joining the Teatro Real.
You will then explore one of the great shopping streets of Madrid, the Calle Arenal, and then pass by the sculpture of the plane crash of the terrace No. 3 Calle Milanese.
The tour will end with a visit to the Iglesia de San Ginés, a church located on the Way of St. James.
From 8 years.
- Safety briefing
- Tour Guide
- Helmet and 1 poncho, if raining
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Children not less than 8 years old and must be accompanied by an adult
110 kg (242 lbs) maximum weight.
From 8 years
If cancelling less than 48 hours before the chosen start date no refund applies.