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Chania: Old City Discovery Guided Segway Tour

1. Chania: Old City Discovery Guided Segway Tour

Make the most of your time in Chania and discover the wonders of the Old City on this Segway tour through the Kasteli and Splantzia districts. Meet your friendly guide at the local partner’s office and get kitted out with the necessary Segway gear then set out onto the charming streets of Chania where adventure awaits. Head into the Eastern part of Chania’s Old City and discover the remainders of the Ottoman rule as you explore the Turkish neighborhoods here. Glide along traditional cobble streets and narrow alleyways while learning about the fascinating history of the districts throughout the ages. Along the way, see the most iconic sights and landmarks, including the impressive Venetian walls and Koum Kapi.

Chania: Old City & Harbor Combo Segway Tour

2. Chania: Old City & Harbor Combo Segway Tour

Vist areas such as the Old city, Venetian Harbor, Nea Chora, Kum Kapi and Splantzia on this tour. Arrive at the office 15-20 minutes before your tour begins to be geared up with headsets and helmets, followed by a brief safety training from your tour leader and practice driving a Segway before you go, so that you can feel safe and relaxed. Then it’s time to enjoy your tour and have fun! Discover all the historical information about the monuments we visit on the way in your chosen language. Enjoy having a personal guide that will take you around the Old City, showing you its secrets and providing you with insider tips. In the days that follow your tour you will receive a link to download your tour photos. The tour ends back at the office.

Rethymno: Old Town Segway Tour

3. Rethymno: Old Town Segway Tour

See the best of Rethynmo aboard a convenient state-of-the-art Segway. Starting from the seafront next to the marine port, you will meet your guide who will introduce you to your vehicle, after which the fun begins. You will depart on your Segway, soon finding yourself in the heart of the Old Town next to some of the most famous sights such as Mitropolis and Nerazze-Mosqe. From there, your tour advances to the "secret" part of the Old Town. Following that, it will be time for the castle. On the way up to the Fortezza Fortress you can admire the breathtaking views of the city as you feel the breeze of the sea from the other side. On the way down, you can glimpse at Venetian Harbour, as you learn about the myth that hides in the water of the Rimondi Fountain. You will eventually finish your tour finding yourself in the most famous square of Rethymno.

Chania, Crete: 90-Minute Segway Night Tour

4. Chania, Crete: 90-Minute Segway Night Tour

Cruise through the night scenery of the beautiful Old City of Chania. Explore the Old Venetian Port on 2 wheels. Glide past the Venetian Gate, which is the only perserved gate of the Venetian fortifications. In the Kum Kapi area, the Turkish district of Chania, find a myriad cafeterias and local Greek taverns.   On the way, soak up some historical information about the monuments and landmarks you pass. Follow your guide through the night, as he/she reveals the secret paths of the Old City, and any tips they might have. A few days after the tour, reflect on this memory with a link to all your tour photos.

Chania: 3-Hour Guided Segway Tour

5. Chania: 3-Hour Guided Segway Tour

Begin your guided Segway tour with a brief safety instructions tutorial and practice riding for a few minutes. From the picturesque harbor and beaches of Nea Chora, head to the old city and glide through its narrow alleys. Follow your guide to see Chania's major sights and historical landmark, the Old Venetian Harbor.  Cruise east towards the Kum Kapi area until reaching the former aristocratic area of Halepa. Learn about the neighborhood's turbulent and political 19th-century history. From here head back to the old city and into to the Splantzia district, once the Turkish quarter.  Along the way listen to your guide as they provide historical information through your audio guide headset.

Chania: Guided Halepa Segway Tour

6. Chania: Guided Halepa Segway Tour

Discover the exterior of the east Venetian walls, near the sandy beaches of the Kum Kapi area, which in the old days was a village of poor North African slaves. Throughout your Segway tour, historical information will be provided from your audio-guide system. The Halepa area played an important role in the history of Crete, as the famous "Halepa Agreement" was signed on October 1878 between Ottomans and Cretans for the assignment of a limited autonomous regime in the island. You will also see traditional and beautiful buildings, as well as the Consulates of the Great Powers, the school of San Joseph (where nuns taught French and savoir vivre to the rich girls), the Palace (which was the house of the High Commissioner Prince George in 1898), and the Residence of the Prime Minister of Greece (Eleftherios Venizelos). You will also see the elegant church of Aghia Magdalene, which was built by Prince George and dedicated to Mary Magdalene in commemoration of a visit of his sister Maria to Chania, the wife of the Grand Duke of Russia. Before your tour ends, you will be able to enjoy a small tasting in the district of Splantzia.

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What people are saying about Crete

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

This is a really worth whole trip. Our lovely guide was very patient, even though it took me a while to get the hang of the Segway. We were also late to arrive and she was still lovely. It’s the best way to see the city and we both loved it. My partner and I tried this. Ages 51 and 57!

Fun tour of Rethymno, seeing old and new parts of town. Excellent guide in Giannis, very knowledgable, caring and generous. Segways don't take long to get used to and get even easier after a glass (or 2) of Raki

Were only two. Went through Chania, great sunset and perfect view of the harbor in the dark of the beautiful lights.

Amazing way to see Chania and places you wouldn't normally come across. so much fun too.

Nice and interesting tour with live and audio guide.