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Malaga Segway Tour

Highlights
  • Visit Malaga’s most famous sites, including Museo Picasso and Alcazaba
  • Malaga Segway tour: use your time efficiently to sightsee while having fun
  • Gain insights provided by your guide
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Malaga Segway Tour
From US$34.68
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2-Hour Tour at 10amMost Popular
2-hour Segway tour, starting at 10am. Includes Castillo de Gibralfaro and Malaga Promenade
From US$57.80
1-Hour Tour at 12pm
Tour to get you to Gibralfaro mountain, park and port.
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2-Hour Tour at 1pm
2-hour Segway tour, starting at 1:00pm. Includes Castillo de Gibralfaro and Malaga Promenade
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Overview
Malaga features many sights worth seeing, but traveling by foot in the Andalusian sun can be tiring. Forget the physical exertion and enjoy a Segway tour of Malaga’s notable sites, including Malaga Cathedral and the Alcazaba citadel, with an option to upgrade for a longer, more comprehensive journey. In a small group of 10, enjoy an intimate guided experience and have fun while learning more about the historic city.
What to Expect
Greet your guide at a central Malaga meeting point and receive a safety briefing before practicing on your Segway. When ready, set off into the city itself, listening to the commentary from your guide as you cruise through the historic Constitution Square and Larios Street shopping district.
Meander past the Manuel Domingo Larios statue and roll on toward the Picasso Museum (Museo Picasso), birthplace of the famous artist.
Next, glide over to the Cathedral of Malaga, noticing its missing south tower, and then head on to the 11th-century Moorish fortress, Alcazaba, and admire the sweeping view of the city. If you opt to upgrade for a longer experience, continue on to Castillo de Gibralfaro before wheeling your way down the Promenade.
Both shorter and longer tours end back at the original departure point.
Reviews (136)
1 - 5 of 42 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Greta for adults and kids

I took my son with me and he absolutely loved it! Javi our tour was super knowledgeable and also so friendly we wanted to take him home to England haha. Malaga is a lovely city and he made us love it even more!!!

Thank andreilla1208
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
The best way to discover Malaga

Having booked the 2 hours tour on the 23th of December I was lucky, because the tour became a personal tour, with myself being the only candidate on that day and time. Being used to the Segways but new to Malaga, the 2 hours together...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Squal8016
Reviewed 11 November 2018 via mobile
A must do trip

I’ve done a few Segway trips in different countries and I find them a great way to explore the city and learn about the history. We booked a 1 hour trip as my partner had never ridden a Segway so wasn’t sure how he would...More

Thank 747jodies
Reviewed 7 November 2018
YOU MUST!!!!

This was the best tour we took in Malaga. Our guide was Sjoukje and in 2 hrs she showed Us the best of Malaga and gave us a lot of insights. the segways are a new thing for me and with just 3 minutes I...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank LuckyPty
Reviewed 4 November 2018
Great way to see the city...but...

The 2 hour tour does more than 10km which would be impossible any other way and for that reason the 2 hour tour is a great way to see the city. However, there is so much room to take this tour to the next level...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Tourist571533
20 December 2018|
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Response from LuckyPty | Reviewed this property |
You know... I think it depends on her ability to hold on to the Segway. On my tour, there was an elderly couple... 70´s or so. They loved it and learned to use the Segway in 15 minutes.
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Voyage19566259784
19 November 2018|
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Response from LuckyPty | Reviewed this property |
Is not safe mam... the Segway also has a weight capacity. I am afraid that to participate on this tour you need to be an adult.
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Vikki Tiggs M
9 September 2018|
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Response from EveLeSauvage | Reviewed this property |
If you can stand up without any pain, you should be fine on a Segway. Just as a side note, your legs might get very tired, so you might need to take that into consideration.
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