These two-wheeled modes of transport are becoming increasingly popular in cities everywhere – and you can see why, since they offer such a leisurely way of travelling the streets. These three-hour tours kick off in Plaza España, before your tour guide leads you on to the Paseo de Prado, the huge El Retiro park and the Royal Palace. Along the way, you’ll learn much about Madrid’s history. The groups are limited to ten people which means you'll be able to ask all the questions you've ever had, not to mention the segway-ing won't be as chaotic as it could be.
Madrid is one of the liveliest capitals in Europe. Not only is the city is steeped in history that goes back to the days of Moorish rule, but it's also buzzing with excellent shops, galleries and attractions, plus a stupendously good food scene. But, as with most capitals, you might feel a bit overwhelmed by all the things to do and see. That's why we suggest you take a look at these Madrid city tours, where a guide will help make things more approachable and accessible. Whether its a foodie journey through the city's top tapas joints, or a sojourn out of town to medieval heritage sites, there's something for every last visitor to Madrid right here. So get on your bike, feet, segway, whatever... and get the real insider, knowledge-full way of exploring Madrid. Did we mention the tapas tour yet?
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