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Segway Classic Tour (3 hours)

Segway Classic Tour (3 hours)

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This tour is the classic beginner's tour for those who want to know more about Stuttgart and also offers a lot of fun for locals on the Segway. On the Classic Tour we drive to the most famous sights of the Swabian metropolis, such as the Stuttgart City Hall, the Palace Square or the state parliament. Then it goes uphill to the Stuttgart Kessel. First we experience the picturesque panorama on the IGA hill in the Leibfriedschen garden. After a relaxing ride uphill, you can enjoy a fantastic all-round view at the Bismarck tower before continuing on to the well-known Weissenhof estate, which boasts modern, purist architecture. Finally, it goes to the emblematic Chinese Garden, in which one feels briefly transported to the other end of the world, before it goes past the Lindenhof Museum back to the city again.
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  • Taking safety measures
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