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Naples Segway PT Authorized Tour

Segway PT Tour Napoli


The Segway PT Guided Tour starts in Via Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, 55 -GPS 40°50'29.1"N 14°15'04.1"E-, where space allows you to Orientation session for the Segway PT driving.

Once you reach the Castle or Castel Nuovo Male Angevin, symbol of Naples, built in two phases, in the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries.

Continuing to get to via Toledo, the street of walks of Neapolitan, dedicated to Don Pedro de Toledo, from here you enter the Galleria Umberto I, eclectic work of the nineteenth century, called the umbrella of the city, inside of which has a magnificent view of the majestic Teatro San Carlo, the Theater of Europe.

There goes then to Piazza del Plebiscito, the city lounge, where you can admire the beautiful Royal Palace and the Church of St. Francesco di Paola, by Pietro Bianchi.

We take, then, via Chiaia, the class shopping street, followed by Cavallerizza street to reach the superb Royal Gardens, built by Vanvitelli wanted by the Bourbons, rich in plants and statues details.

Along Via Caracciolo, beachside, you can enjoy its beauty throughout the Gulf of Naples, overlooking the city's oldest castle called Castel dell’Ovo because it was built on a rock-shaped oval.

Following you can admire the Fontana dell'Immacolatella masterpiece typical for excellence by Bernini, call, today, the Fountain of Carousel.

Follows the view of the unique area of Saint Lucia, an old fishing village now residential area of Naples, rich of exclusive hotel.

Return therefore to meeting point end of service.

It will always be possible to ask a stop to taste typical food (sweet, salty ...).

CSTRents guarantees a top quality service and the high competence of the supplying team.

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