October 9, 2010

Super Segway, Vilnius…the bike is dead! Long live the segway!

BeRt and I cruised down the cobbled streets of old town Vilnius (the  entire Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site) and other parts of the city on our rented segways (60 lt/hr from Super Segways). We had the option of hiring a guide but chose to self-ride equipped with a map and a camera. We went from sight to sight on the coolest ride in the 21st century. With these Segway, we can choose to ride in the street, or in the clearly marked bike lanes or on the sidewalk etc whenever we want and using whatever feels the safest for the situation.

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania is a quintessential European city which abounds with picturesque streets and spectacular churches. The city is filled with beautiful parks, and majestic buildings standing proudly atop steep, hilly streets. We segwayed to the Hill of Three Crosses, the Gates of Dawn and the most famous church – Cathedral Basillica which is a stunning example of classical architecture.

Distances between places are generally short in Vilnius, so the best way to get to know Vilnius is to rent a Segway from Super Segways and ride around it at leisure and experience it in all its charm.This is still the true truth as I am still saying it as it is…


1 Comment »

  1. thanks

    Comment by hmm...? — October 13, 2010 @ 12:02 pm

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