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Come and see Prague from the Segway PT perspective!
You can have the unique opportunity to visit the most interesting sites in Prague in about 3 hours. Forget buses, cars, bicycles! Step on the Segway PT and have fun with us!
Meeting point is in a little courtyard under Charles bridge, near Mala Strana Tower (Small Town). Proceeding in the direction of Two Towers Door, the courtyard is on the left. After you are familiar with your Segway PT by "the orientation", we will discover the magical Prague.
"Roaming in Segway PT" amid the romantic streets of Mala Strana, you will ride near the embassies beautiful buildings and reach Strahov Monastery, on the Petrin Hill. From there, you will have the opportunity to admire the beauty of Prague that stands under your point of view. Prague Castle is the second step. In the Castle square you will be able to observe different architectural styles just looking at "Palazzo Toscano", Archbishop's Palace, or Schwarzenberg Palace, the wonderful and biggest building of Czech Reinassance.
Through Neruda Street, the most romantic road in Prague, you will reach Mala Strana Square, where you will find a Czech Baroque pearl: St. Nicholas Church, whose green dome is in view everywhere in town.
Crossing Manes Bridge, you will arrive to Jan Palach Square. In this Square, which reminds one of the saddest moment of modern history - Prague Spring and Jan Palach suicide - you will find Auditorium Artists' House Rudolfinum the Centre of Czech Philarmonic society. It is the most important site of Prague cultural life.
Few steps more and you will be in the Jewish quarter, where you will be able to admire Hebraic Cemetery and some of the Ghetto synagogues. First of all the "Old-New" synagogue, the most ancient one in Europe.
Crossing Jewish quarter you will reach Astronomical Clock Square, the Central square in Stare Mesto. After having seen Astronomical Clock, one of the three of this kind that you can find in Europe, you will continue towards Verde-Stavovske divadlo Theatre. For this Theatre Don Giovanni opera was composed by W. A. Mozart, and passing near buildings where Mozart finished his opera, you will arrive to Klementinum National Library complex, It was once a Jesuit Monastery, and assumed its new destination at the beginning of XX century. Since then it lodges thousands of precious books.
Crossing Karluv Most (Charles Bridge), one of the most ancient and, without any doubt, one of the nicest in the world, your ride will be over. You will be able to have a beer in a typical place, content for having seen all the most important sites in the wonderful Prague!