PARIS FULL MONTY TOUR – 21KFrom: €77.00
Here you thought we were just a running tour company ;-). Our guests often ask us to conduct walking tours for their family and friends who are non-runners, but would like the Go! experience. So after you have sweated your way through Paris on a running tour we recommend that you join us for a walking tour where the Go! DNA of informal, fun and local experience is at the heart of these walking tours.
Go! Running Tours in Paris show you the iconic city sights of the French capital while you get a workout. Discover hidden gems or sightrun past the instantly recognisable architecture and parks.
Your local guide, knows the city better than anyone and will fill you in on everything you need to know. Whether exploring the urban and cosmopolitan or the natural and serene, you’ll get a run that’s packed full of information. Of course, as it’s a private tour, you can stop whenever you want for a photo (or a breather). What better way to explore Paris?
Routes cover every level from beginner to expert, including walking variations of shorter tours. So pack your shoes, leave your excuses at home and try one of our running tours in Paris.
The seductive charm of the City of Lights sits above the rest as an epicentre of art, architecture, cuisine and love. For dedicated runners to feel this charm, a great place to start is on the banks of the Seine. Cutting the city in half, it flows between some of the city’s secret and not-so-secret gems.
From the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre to Notre-Dame and Sacré-Coeur, sightseeing in Paris is almost incomparable. Not only are its iconic landmarks stunning to look at, but each holds its own fascinating history. Your guide will explain all this and more as they guide you through the city streets. Feeling brave? Our 21 km running tours in Paris cover all of the city’s top sights, just in time for you to stop for a croissant and a coffee (and maybe a sports massage).
Of course a trip to Paris isn’t complete without trying some of the local cuisine. The inimitable character of the city’s restaurants and bars are a perfect backdrop to dinner or just a glass of French wine. Art lovers are spoilt for choice with the Louvre, the Centre Pompidou and the Musée d’Orsay, while shoppers will revel in the Galeries Lafayette.
Running addicts will be pleased to know that the city hosts all kinds of races during the year. The Paris International Marathon is the highlight of the city’s running calendar and among the biggest marathons in the world. But that’s not all. Get a red-carpet finish at the Château de Vincennes or try a Valentine’s Day race in the City of Love.
Whatever your reason for being in the French capital, don’t forget your running shoes. Our private running tours in Paris are waiting for you.