Mexico City is 2,250 meters of elevation above sea level and the fifth biggest city in the world, just in Mexico City there are about 20 million people. It was founded by Aztecs some time around the early 1300s, when the nomad tribe according to the legend saw an eagle with a snake in its beak perched on a nopal cactus, which they took as a sign from the gods that this was where they should settle. The city was named Tenochtitlan in that time.

Average annual temperature in Mexico City is about 16 degrees Celsius with the highest one being about 25 degrees during spring and summer (march-august). This is a perfect weather and combine this with a rich history and many beautiful places and you have ideal sightrunning city.

Running in Mexico City has grown over the last few years and sightrunning is an easy and excellent way to explore its culture, to discover beautiful neighbourhoods and to mix among its citizens and its life. Go! Running Tours Mexico City will within an hour or two, show you their best kept secrets. You will be surprised by the city’s architecture with a combination of ancient historic and modern 21st century buildings in the same place. Ruin, reconstruction, invasion, independence and revolution, this mega metropolis has it all.

So do not forget to pack your running shoes if you are planning to travel to Mexico City. We promise you lots of fun and you will discover why Mexico City is called the City of Palaces.

What our Customers are Saying:

I was in Mexico on business and wanted to do a run but was a little nervous about running in the area around my hotel. I found the tours after doing a search and decided on the Coyoacan since I had never been there even though I have lived in Mexico City.

Citla couldn’t be easier to work with. One in my group kept wavering back and forth on whether he was going to it, so our number was constantly changing, we needed a ride from our hotel, couldn’t decide what was the best time, etc.

Regarding the run – Citla is a distance runner so she can rock any speed or pace you want, she’ll even give you tips if you ask. Me, I wimped out the last mile and asked if we could walk. No problem and we even stopped for coffee.

I would definitely do it again and recommend it, you won’t be disappointed!