Comprehensive introduction to the mediaeval capital city
Fun ride on board a comfortable & easily navigable Segway
Sights & stories from ancient & recent history of the island
Photo opportunities in charming corners of the gorgeous city
Friendly & personalised information from an expert guide
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided segway tour of Rhodes
Segway and helmet rental
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
You must be aged 10 or older.
Children ages 17 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.
If you are pregnant, you should not take part.
Maximum group size is 5 people.
You must be able to step on and off the Segway without assistance, a motion similar to climbing and descending stairs.
You must weigh between 35 and 120 kg (75–265 pounds).
Check-in is 10 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
What you can expect
Tour both the mediaeval and modern sections of Rhodes while riding a sleek and comfortable Segway. Visit all the important landmarks of the mediaeval city of Rhodes, and then take time to explore the Mandraki Harbour area.
Get briefed on the safety and operations of your vehicle, and once you feel comfortable, set off on the modern, self-balancing device. Follow your guide through the narrow alleyways of the mediaeval town, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Visit the Ibrahim Pasha Mosque and cross Juderia to visit the Lady of Burgo, the biggest Latin basilica on the island.
Makes stops at the hospice of St. Catherine, Süleymaniye Mosque, Gate Amboise, the Grand Master's Palace, and glide down Knight's Street to witness the Archaeological Museum, which formerly served as the Hospital of the Knights.
Breeze over to Mandraki Port, a well-maintained region peppered with monuments and historic sites. Leave mediaeval Rhodes through Porta Marina and the Dockyard Gate, and pay visits to 3 beautiful windmills and the Tower of St. Nicholas, offering a unique view of the coastline and a perfect opportunity for photos.
In addition, visit the New Market, the Italian administrative buildings, and finally the Annunciation of Virgin Mary, a basilica featuring a fusion of Gothic and Byzantine architectural influences.