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Segway Station Tour Experience

Nicosia, Cyprus
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About Segway Station Tour Experience
Segway Station was set up to bring the Segway tour experience to Old Nicosia. You can view the sights of Old Nicosia and get an orientation to this ancient city at a fraction of the time it would otherwise take; and at the same time experience the Segway smile. Segway Station is located at the corner of Aischylou Street and a small, quaint walking street which includes a coffee shop, a bar and various craft shops. Segway Station offers a relaxing cafe/lounge area where you can relax before and after your tour. It also offers free WiFi, for those of you who cannot wait to upload your photos on your Facebook account, and Tweet about the day’s events. To see the many articles written about us, please go to our website, "in the media" section. The site also contains maps of our location.
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Explore Nicosia's best landmarks without having to walk with this Segway tour of the city. After a quick Segway-operating lesson, you and your fellow travelers will make your way through the town, checking out landmarks such as the Archbishop's Palace and Cathedral and the Eleftheria Square and Town Hall. A guide will be on hand to tell you about local history and make sure your Segway ride goes smoothly.
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Tony H wrote a review Oct 2020
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This is a must do if like us you want to quickly emerse yourself in the culture of Cyprus and see into some of the facinating historical features of the city. Andreas is a very knowledgeable and professional guide, who shares his insight into the many historical events excellently. Would highly recommend!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Andrew M wrote a review Jul 2020
Nicosia, Cyprus2 contributions
Not only are the Segways super fun to ride and the city a fascinating place, but the tour guide goes above and beyond! Passionate and knowledge about his city, you are brought to places and sites only a local could take you. The perfect way to see Nicosia for a day trip!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Rawi71 wrote a review Jul 2020
Vienna, Austria17 contributions2 helpful votes
This is probably the best way to eplore the town. And Andreas was a great tourguide! Really recommendable
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Date of experience: July 2020
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891jenniferf wrote a review Mar 2020
Houston, Texas19 contributions5 helpful votes
There isn’t much more I can say that isn’t captured already in the other reviews. My husband and I took a tour with Andras at the end of January and it was the highlight of our vacation! We saw way more of Nicosia than we ever would on our own. The format of the tour was great with the coffee and cake break, and I love that photos were taken throughout and then emailed just a few days after the tour! Couldn’t recommend enough :)
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ThatNicky wrote a review Mar 2020
Paphos District, Cyprus58 contributions27 helpful votes
What a fabulous way to explore Nicosia. I really would recommend the 3 hour tour as we saw so many places, travelled around 12km and the time just flew by. Age is no barrier- we were all 50+ with no previous experience. Andros clearly explained how to use the Segways and made sure we were all competent before we went out. He obviously knew a lot of the local history and was very happy to answer questions. Andros took lots of photos for and of us throughout the tour and then emailed them to us as part of the service - great idea. We now know lots of places we want to go to when we next revisit Nicosia, and I doubt we’d have found them easily otherwise.
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