See NOLA On A Segway Tour

Dated: 05/19/2017

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If you’re interested in learning more about the fascinating city of New Orleans, consider the New Orleans Segway Tours which are conducted using the Segway vehicle to get around. In addition, you can also choose bicycling and walking tours.The popular New Orleans Segway Tours was founded in 1999 and began as a bike tour in Paris and now has expanded throughout the United States and Europe. The Segway Tour allows visitors to see many more sites in a shorter period of time without having to expend so much energy on walking or the inconvenience of getting on and off buses. One of the most popular tours is the Day Segway Tour, which lasts about 3 hours and includes a terrific tour of the French Quarter, Mississippi River, Congo Square, Bourbon Street and more. Both group and private tours are available, and all tours are led by knowledgeable guides who will discuss New Orleans history, architecture, music and food. Thanks to the Segway, you are able to see and learn all this information within about 3 hours. To learn about this and other Segway tours, please see the following link:

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