The current capital of Italy was once known asCaput Mundi — the capital of the world. Our running tours in Rome take you on a journey through its glorious past, from its beginnings in 753 all the way up to the modern day.

You simply cannot miss the Roman influence on modern-day Rome. If 3 million people navigating its ancient roads and drinking water serviced by original aqueducts, them maybe the enormous icons that have lasted the test of time are evidence enough. Our running tours in Rome give you the backstory on the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Pantheon, as well as plenty of hidden treasures you won’t find in the guidebooks.

If you need a break from city life, head to the surrounding hills. This is where La Dolce Vita of the sleepy villages reigns supreme. To the north, you can find Lago di Bacciano, with Bracciano, Anguillara Sabazia and Trevignano Romano, which are all connected by roads and paths that wind through the lakeside forests.

So, you’ve had your tour and seen what there is to see, now what? Time to eat of course. Italy’s gastronomic prowess needs no introduction and there’s nothing better than pizza, pasta and wine alfresco. After dinner, take a stroll around the city with a gelato and let Rome seduce you.

Unlike a walking tour, our running tours in Rome are for the fit and healthy who don’t want to let their workout routine suffer just because they’re on holiday. Why go at a snail’s pace when you can see all the top sights in Rome before breakfast? Let’s go running!