Don’t let the title of this blog post trip you up. I’m not in any way, shape or form advocating that people get on a Segway hoverboard and travel the whole length and breadth of the Adriatic greater region.
The Adriatic coastline, as I’m sure you’re well aware, is quite huge in terms of actual miles. It also covers a tremendous number of countries, language groups, and even religion.
The Adriatic is a fascinating area because rarely do you see such a confluence of many different cultures and subcultures and language groups and religions and sects in such a fairly small geographic space. On top of it all, there is the crown jewel of the world famous canal city of Venice.
Whether you are celebrating an anniversary with your significant other or you have been going out for a long time, you really cannot do any better than to cap off the romance of your relationship by going to Venice.
It has developed a reputation as one of the most romantic places on the planet. It’s very easy to see why.
But outside of Venice, other Adriatic destinations carry their weight. Every area tells its own story. In fact, you can’t help but develop some sense of nostalgia for these places because it harkens back to a simpler time. It harkens back to its glory days.
I’m not saying that these places simply no longer have any hope for the future. I’m not saying that at all. I’m not saying that all their best days are way behind them.
Instead, you can’t help but notice that a lot of these places had glorious pasts. And it’s really a lot of fun. But don’t get me wrong. I would not want to walk the whole way.
The great thing about Segways is that when you find yourself in a particular travel destination, you make things all the more efficient and fun for yourself when you’re on a Segway.
You can get from Point A to Point B with no hassle. And, most importantly, the typical Segway hoverboard setup can accommodate a wide variety of street surfaces.
This is a big deal because in this part of the world, the typical American poured concrete or even paved asphalt roadway is an outlier. They’re rare. We’re talking about cobblestone streets. We’re talking about roads from the Middle Ages.
Sure, there are modern highways interconnecting these places, but when you are out to explore the inner soul and the core parts of these Adriatic coastline towns and cities, you’re on cobblestones.
And the great thing about the Segway is that regardless of how bumpy or uneven the street paving is, it ensures that you stay upright. Believe me, this is no small feat.
So do yourself a big favor, if you are traveling the Adriatic, either immediately or at some point in the future, spice things up a little bit by deciding to ride on a Segway for at least a part of your trip. Believe me, it definitely takes the fun level to a much higher level.
Not only do you treat yourself to a wide variety of amazing sights and great local attractions, but you do it in style. After all, you’re doing it on a Segway.