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Go! Running Tours in Lisbon show you all sides of the Portuguese capital while you get a great workout. Lisbon has one foot in its colonial past, another in hip modern culture and takes its cuisine very seriously. What could be better than exploring this fascinating city on a sightrunning tour?

Our guided runs in Lisbon cover all of the city’s best running routes and trail runs outside of the city. See the main attractions with the City Centre tour, explore the Parque Florestal de Monsanto, and everything in between.

The Portuguese capital is full of beautiful views and hidden little secrets that are just begging to be explored. Check out our running tours in Lisbon for the one that takes your fancy.

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Running in Lisbon is an absolute pleasure because of the cute alleyways and wonderful monuments to explore. Our running tours in Lisbon cover all aspects of the city, from the main attractions to the hidden secrets.

The main monuments in the city include the imposing São Jorge Castle, and the Jerónimos monastery and Belém Tower in the Belém neighbourhood. But Lisbon’s real charm is in the winding little streets of the picturesque Alfama area. At night, you can find little bars tucked away with Fado music drifting out of cracks in the door. While our running tours in Lisbon cover this charming neighbourhood, you can’t miss taking the trams from a bygone era that slowly rattle through the streets.

Food is a huge deal in Lisbon. Bacalhau (cod) is the city’s most famous ingredient, but there is so much more on offer. You can’t come to Lisbon without trying a pastel de nata, a delectable sweet treat covered with cinnamon. You can also try fantastic foods from around the world that a result of Portugal’s colonial past. Our running tours in Lisbon are a great excuse to burn off any particularly decadent meals.

If you know the city and prefer some trail running, choose the trail run in Parque Florestal de Monsanto. There is much more you can do just a short ride from Lisbon too. Cascais beach and the elaborate royal town of Sintra can really add to your Lisbon experience. Your personal tour guide will be more than willing to give you hints and tips on what to see in Lisbon and its surroundings.

So forget the guidebook and let your private running guide show you Lisbon from a local’s point of view. Lace up and get running!