With Go! Running Tours in Milan, you’ll discover the sleek class of the city while you get a workout. Milan is effortlessly cool and excels in fashion, cuisine, shopping and culture. No wonder it has ranked in the top 10 European Best Destinations list in 2017 and 2018.

As a super-crowded town, Milan (nearly!) doesn’t sleep, and if you want to take the most of it, an early run is recommended! But don’t worry, you will be absolutely surprised!

On our guided runs are in fact always pleasant. Your local guide knows the city better than anybody and is ready and waiting to show you around. Be it an inner garden with pink flamingos on the grass, or a courtyard of an historical mansion, the Duomo without pedestrians on a sunny day (unleash your camera!!) or even the silence surrounding the state-of-art skyscrapers — the experience will be very rewarding!

With so much on offer, you have no excuse to not discover this elegant gem in northern Italy. So browse our running tours in Milan and choose the one that best suits your style.

Many will highlight the boutiques and fashion, or the architecture and design, or the acclaimed festivals in Milan; if you are a businessman, this name could probably rhyme with the Italian Stock Exchange and the main banks and corporations (“Rome is the Capitol, but Milan has the Capital,” as I once heard), while others will mention the lavish “Milano da Bere” nightlife.

You’re all (almost!) correct! Milano is all of these things, but the good news is that there is a lot more to discover if you look past this seemingly glamorous curtain.

As one of Italy’s most prominent cities of all times, Medhelan (“in the middle of the plain”, this the first Celtic name of Milan) has witnessed all the main steps of the Italian history, from Celtic to Roman age, from Middle Age to modern times, and still preserves this vast cultural heritage.

Traces of this deep historical legacy can be found for example in the worldwide famous Duomo di Milano cathedral, a stunning example of gothic architecture. Arty types can find da Vinci’s The Last Supper in the Convent of Santa Maria Delle Grazie, while theatergoers must catch a show at the Teatro alla Scala theatre. Just round the corner, you can escape for a run around the medieval Sforzesco Castle gardens.

Up for going out after a busy day of sightseeing and shopping, or after your business meetings? Shopping and food are priorities in the city and are well served by designer boutiques and high-end restaurants at the Navigli, Brera or Arco Della Pace, Milan has all the ingredients to illuminate your night out!

Whether you’ve got your eyes on breaking records or not, Go! Running Tours in Milan will give you an in-depth understanding of the city from the man who knows it best. So lace up, stretch those calves and discover Milan!