Go! Running Tours in Berlin are the perfect way to discover the German capital and its fascinating history. But Berlin isn’t just rooted in its past. Full of nature, castles, parks and hip neighbourhoods, the city really has something for everyone.

Stephen, your friendly local guide covers all of these bases and reveals what makes Berliners tick. Tours pass by the Berlin Wall, the historic centre and sensational street. The masochists out there can also choose the East to West Berlin XL tour. Get to know the city better than the locals with 24 km of sights, centuries of history and one massive wall (hopefully not a runner’s wall!)

Whether you want to learn about the city, see the sights or just sweat out last night’s German beer, Stephen has a route for you. Pack your trainers and see which of our running tours in Berlin is right for you.

Berlin has a pull like no other. Whether you’re a history buff, a street-art fanatic or a party animal, Berlin stands out among the rest. With so much to see, you’ve got to move fast, so get on a guided run to explore the German capital.

See all aspects of Berlin’s chaotic history brought to life in its museums. The UNESCO World Heritage Museumsinsel (Museum Island) boasts the highest concentration. Here, you can find all sorts of art and history museums that explain why Berlin is what it is today. Follow the rise and fall of the Nazis, the Second World War and the Cold War.

However, running tours in Berlin show you the city’s past without having to set foot in a museum. The famous Brandenburg Gate, located between the Holocaust Memorial and the Reichstag building, harks back to the Baroque period. Other key spots for sightrunning are the TV Tower in Alexanderplatz, Karl Marx Allee and Checkpoint Charlie – possibly the most famous crossing over Berlin’s physical and ideological divide. You can’t talk about Berlin without mentioning the Berliner Mauer, the Berlin Wall. Take in the 105 paintings of the Wall’s open-air East Side Gallery with your knowledgable, private guide.

But Berlin isn’t just about history. There are all kinds of weird and wonderful restaurants, bars and clubs to explore. Run through the neighbourhoods of Neukölln, Gräfekiez or Alt-Treptow to let your hip, fancy or natural side flourish.

The Berlin Marathon in autumn is always tempting, but the city is great for joggers all year round. Your friendly guide is waiting for you, so lace up for an unforgettable experience with Go! Running Tours in Berlin.