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Jerusalem Segway tours are a great, fun and enjoyable way to get about this ancient city. There are several Segway tours available, each providing an outstanding opportunity to view Jerusalem from a unique and memorable vantage point. For example a night time excursion, which starts as the sun begins to set over the rooftops is the perfect start to your unfolding adventure.
With spectacular views of the city in the fading light and informative and interesting guides leading the way, this is a truly inspiring Jerusalem experience. No less exciting is the Old City Walls Segway tour, which follows the narrow alleys and markets and is led by experienced Segway guides. For those of you who like your green open spaces, there's even a Segway tour to cater for you too.
Taking in the Valley of the Cross, the government complex (including the Supreme Court and the Knesset), a scenic view of the red tiled roofs of Nachlaot and finally Gan Sacher this is a great way to see parts of Jerusalem that ordinarily you might not have time to see in one trip
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