Cardiff is perfectly set up for runners. The city, green areas and surrounding countryside provide routes for all kinds of runners. If you’re feeling adventurous, the Cardiff half marathon in October is a perfect excuse to get running in Wales.

Cardiff is on the rise as a major city in Britain, while keeping close to its history and roots. Nowhere is this more apparent than Cardiff Bay. Crucial to the city’s historical growth, it has now blossomed into a cultural and gastronomic hotspot. On our running tours in Cardiff, your local guide will explain the successful regeneration of this trendy area.

If architecture is your thing, then Cardiff Castle is the place to go. The ornate Gothic structure is in a league of its own, especially for its uniquely flamboyant interior. For a taste of the region’s history, head to The National Museum Cardiff and St Fagan’s National History Museum. But to really engross yourself in Welsh culture, there’s nowhere better than the Principality Stadium. Rugby matches here are a blend of passionate sport and spine-tingling singing. Be sure to catch a match if your trip if you can.

For runners who are at one with nature, Bute Park provides a green paradise right in the city centre. Our running tours in Cardiff pass through the park, and your private guide will make sure you don’t miss out on the weird and wonderful sculptures and art that add to the park’s natural charm. The only sign that you’re in the city centre are the spires of Cardiff Castle which rise above the trees.

The Welsh capital is a vibrant city with all kinds of surprises to discover. Check out our running tours in Cardiff to find the one that’s perfect for you. Let’s get running!