Belgrade Segway tours

Segway is fast, fun and great way to explore Belgrade...

STANDARD TOURS and tours on your demand

Tour 1 – Kalemegdan tour, 90-100 min

Starting point-Caffe Blue Wave, SC Gale Muskatirovic (ex sports center 25th May)

A cup of coffee while we fill out the paperwork (10 mins)
To wake up and get to know each other before departure.

Basic training and familiarization with the vehicles (10-15 mins)
The controls are intuitive and easy to grasp – you will be cruising around the area on Segways in no time!

We start our trip down the bicycle track leading from café Blue Wave up to ZOO.
We proceed through the Tadeusa Koscuska street, towards the Zoo and the Kalemegdan terrace. The Beo Zoo has always been a magical place in the thoughts of the people of Belgrade. They remember it whenever they recall their fondest childhood memories.

Tour of the whole Kalemegdan
We visit every single sight there is to see in the large fort, including but not limited to: the Monument of gratitude to France, the Victor, the Roman Well, the Stambol gate, the Military museum, the Observatory, the Nature museum, the Rose church...

We return the same way we came from Kalemegdan to cafe Blue Wave
From Blue Wave you can except relaxing drive down the river during which you can enjoy the fresh air and the view of the famous Gardos tower in the distance.

Tour continues past the tennis courts of Novak Djokovic.
Novak Djokovic needs no special introduction – he is the legendary Serbian tennis player who over his 26 years of age has achieved incredible successes, won Wimbledon and the first place on the ATP list. In addition to his achievements in sport, he also stands out with his relentless efforts in charity work and for years has been representing us positively to the world. He is considered one of the finest tennis players in the history of the sport.

Nebojsa tower
This is probably the most famous tower of the Belgrade fort. It is known to be indomitable in Serbian history. According to legend, this tower was the last one that remained standing when the Turkish forces had already conquered the rest of the Belgrade fort after a long and grueling battle. In the end it was blown up in an explosion that also took down the entire lower town, that way remaining forever out of the enemy’s reaches.

From the tower of Nebojsa we return the same way we came from Blue Wave.


Tour 2 – The big tour of Belgrade 150-170 mins

Starting point- Caffe Blue Wave, SC Gale Muskatirovic (ex sports center 25 May)

A cup of coffee while we fill out the paperwork (10 mins)
To wake up and get to know each other before departure.

Basic training and familiarization with the vehicles (10-15mins)
Controls are intuitive and very easy to master – you will be driving around as though you were born on a Segway in no time.

We start off by taking the bicycle route from cafe Blue Wave to the Belgrade Zoo
We continue uphill, through Tadeusa Kocuska street towards the Zoo and up to the Kalemegdan terrace.
Belgrade Zoo had always been a magical place in the memories of every denizen of Belgrade which they remember whenever they think of their fondest childhood memories.

We proceed to tour the entire Kalemegdan
Visiting every single landmark of the fort which includes but is not limited to: the monument of Gratitude to France, the Victor, the Roman well, the Stambol gate, the Military museum, the Observatory, the Nature museum, the church Ruzica...

From Kalemegdan we arrive to Knez Mihailova street
Touring this street is a special treat, not only due to its beauty, but also the fact that it is the symbolic heart of Belgrade, always filled with people, laughter and music.

We then enter kralja Petra street and go down towards the Serbian Orthodox Church patriarchy
Here you can enjoy several beautiful sights, including the palace of princess Ljubica, the Congregational church and the oldest tavern in Balkans, „?“ (the question mark) Ride goes on through Paris street and towards Kalemegdan, after which we take the same route back to Blue Wave.

We proceed past Blue Wave cafe, up the bank of Danube and towards Nebojsa tower
To begin with we take a relaxing ride along the river, allowing you to enjoy the fresh air and view of the Gardos tower in the distance.

Tour continues past Novak’s tennis court
Novak Djokovic needs no special introduction – he is Serbia’s legendary tennis player who with his 26 years of age has achieved incredible successes, won the Wimbledon as well as the top spot in the ATP list. In addition to his successes in sport, he also did much charity work over the years and has been positively representing us to the world. He is considered to be one of the best tennis players in the history of the sport.

Nebojsa tower comes next
It is probably the most famous tower of Belgrade fort. Known to be un-conquerable, according to legend this tower was the last one to remain standing when the Turkish forces had already occupied the rest of Belgrade fort after a long and difficult battle, only to go up in a massive explosion at the very end, taking the entire Lower city with it and therefore remaining forever outside of their reach...

From Nebojsa tower we continue up the Danube towards Beton hall
Which used to be a mere storage area and is now a symbol of Belgrade’s nightlife and gastronomic indulgence.

We go down the „arms spread“ Belgrade quay and then return down the same route to Blue Wave.

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