“Way” number two is inline skates. Hmm…well, “two-wheeled” feet is close to two wheels. Inline skates for an eight to ten mile city tour could be a real challenge for an inexperienced skater.
“Way” number three is Segway tours. We’ve ridden Segways a few times. They’re fun, but there can be some downsides. The learning curve can be a problem for some people and once, I had a battery suddenly go dead. The Segway dropped to the ground, powerless, underneath me. Fortunately, I jumped off quickly and was not in traffic at the time.
Naturally, we think bikes and bike tours are the best way to see a city on two wheels. They have the most range and don’t rely on batteries to keep going
For a quick but meaningful spin around town, consider a bicycle tour. You’ll find fun and memorable guided bike tours in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Bruges, Budapest, Munich, and Paris, as well as many bike-friendly countryside areas. You’ll get a young, entertaining, often foul-mouthed, sometimes informative guide who will give you a breezy introduction to the city and a close-up look at back streets few tourists ever see. Tours are typically fun, reasonable (roughly $30), and an easy way to meet other travelers as well as get a new angle on an old city.
City Bike Tour Database & Reviews — Urban Ride Ideas