Funkyrider - Ninebot Tours - Madrid Spain

Calle San Nicolas,3, 28013 Madrid, Spain
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If you want to discover and visit Madrid in a different way, come and see us! Our team is ready to guide you for a unique experience around Madrid! Ride with us on a Ninebot (Segway likes) and E-Scooter, by yourself, or on an escorted tour (English, Spanish, and French speaking).

Escorted Ninebot Tour

Enjoy Madrid from an unique perspective as you embark on a Guided Ninebot Tour (segway like self balancing scooter). This is an unique and fun way to admire some of the top sights of the city, including the “Madrid de Los Austrias”. Explore the streets and monuments of the old part of town. For your own comfort and safety, we limit the tours to 8 people.

Meet your friendly guide in Central Madrid and start with a practice session to get familiar with your two-wheeled personal transporter. Only once you feel comfortable with the Ninebot (Segway like self balancing scooter), you will follow the team into the streets of the old part of the city.

You will glide from Calle San Nicolás (San Nicolás church) to the Lepanto garden and plaza Oriente where the famous equestrian statue of Philip IV on horseback stands, adjacent to the Palacio Real. You will then go to the plaza de la Catedral de Almudena that faces the Palacio Real.

*The route may vary according to different factors : events, traffic restrictions, group homogeneity, weather conditions, roadworks…

Madrid Discovery tour

The ideal formula for a first approach of the newest Ninebot. This tour will introduce you to an alternation of famous monuments and typical streets of Madrid. Come ride with us and enjoy the historic sites of the Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol…

Enjoy Madrid from an unique perspective as you embark on a Guided Ninebot Tour (segway like self balancing scooter). This is an unique and fun way to admire some of the top sights of the city, including the “Madrid de Los Austrias”. Explore the streets and monuments of the old part of town. For your own comfort and safety, we limit the tours to 8 people.

Meet your friendly guide in Central Madrid and start with a practice session to get familiar with your two-wheeled personal transporter. Only once you feel comfortable with the Ninebot (Segway like self balancing scooter), you will follow the team into the streets of the old part of the city.

You will glide from Calle San Nicolás (San Nicolás church) to the Lepanto garden and Plaza Oriente where the famous equestrian statue of Philip IV on horseback stands, adjacent to the Palacio Real.

You will then go to the plaza de la Catedral de la Almudena that faces the Palacio Real.

Then you will slide the Viaducto de Segovia before entering the typical old district of La Latina where you will admire the Iglesia de San Andrés, the Plaza de la Paja, the Iglesia de San Pedro, the Palacio Arzobispal, the Palacio del Cordón, and the Basílica de San Miguel.

From there you will reach the famous Plaza de la Villa, where you can see three buildings, the Casa de la Villa which was the Town Hall before 2007, the Casa Cisneros, and the Casa y Torre de los Lujanes.

After this stroll through the shaded streets of La Latina, you’ll head on the Mercado San Miguel, the mecca of gastronomy in Madrid.

Madrid Essential tour

Riding a fun concept, discover the key monuments of Madrid. Let you guide from the Palacio Real in the Plaza Mayor to the must see museums of Madrid. A trip in history, punctuated with legends and anecdotes. A trip into history.
Enjoy Madrid from an unique perspective as you embark on a Guided Ninebot Tour (segway like self balancing scooter). This is an unique and fun way to admire some of the top sights of the city, including the “Madrid de Los Austrias”. Explore the streets and monuments of the old part of town. For your own comfort and safety, we limit the tours to 8 people.

Meet your friendly guide in Central Madrid and start with a practice session to get familiar with your two-wheeled personal transporter. Only once you feel comfortable with the Ninebot (Segway like self balancing scooter), you will follow the team into the streets of the old part of the city.

You will glide from Calle San Nicolás (San Nicolás church) to the Lepanto garden and Plaza Oriente where the famous equestrian statue of Philip IV on horseback stands, adjacent to the Palacio Real. You will then go to the Plaza de la Catedral de la Almudena that faces the Palacio Real. Then you will slide the Viaducto de Segovia before entering the typical old district of La Latina where you will admire the Iglesia de San Andrés, the plaza de la Paja, the Iglesia de San Pedro, the Palacio Arzobispal, the Palacio Del Cordón, and the Basílica de San Miguel. From there you will reach the famous plaza de la Villa, where you can see three buildings, the Casa de la Villa which was the Town Hall before 2007, the Casa Cisneros, and the Casa y Torre de Los Lujanes.

After this stroll through the shaded streets of La Latina, you’ll head on the Mercado San Miguel, the mecca of gastronomy in Madrid.

Then you will cross the beautiful Plaza Mayor, Madrid’s main square located right in the center of the city.

You will head off to the Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, go past the Palacio de Santa Cruz where the Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores (Foreign Ministry) is located near the Iglesia de Santa Cruz.

Then you will across the Plaza del Ángel and go straight by the Calle Huertas in the Cortes area: You will pass outside the Palacio de Marqués de Ugena, the Real Academia de la Historia and the Monasterio las Trinitarias.

Then you will go down to the Paseo del Prado close to the Real Jardín Botánico, then you will follow the Museo del Prado and the Iglesia San Jerónimo as the Real Academia de la Lengua Española.

You will continue to pass between la Bolsa de Madrid and the Ritz hotel.

You will take up the Paseo Del Prado to arrive after the Museo Naval in Plaza de Cibeles.

You can see on this site the Fuente de Cibeles, the Palacio de las Comunicaciones, and the Banco de España.

You will then head towards the Fuente de Neptuno for to pass outside the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (the Palacio Villahermosa) and the Palace Hotel to arrive Plaza de las Cortes where the Congreso de los Diputados is located.

You go up the Calle del Prado past the school Ateneo to the Plaza Santa Ana where there are the Teatro Español and the Hotel ME Madrid Reina Victoria.


Phone 1 +34 915 138 786
Address 1 Calle San Nicolas,3
City Madrid
Country Spain
Zip Code /Country Code 28013
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Country Spain
State/Province Comunidad de Madrid
distance: 970 Miles
Address Calle San Nicolas,3, 28013 Madrid, Spain
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