The diverse range of routes makes Liverpool an ideal city for all kinds of runners. If you love adventure, the Liverpool Rock and Roll marathon and Half marathon in October is a perfect excuse to get running in Liverpool.

If architecture is your thing, there are over 2500 listed buildings in Liverpool, of which 27 are Grade I and 85 Grade II listed. The English Heritage describes the city as England’s finest Victorian city. Liverpool’s enchanting architecture has many stories to tell. It represents over 300 years of a port of worldwide importance. While its fortunes declined in the twentieth century, it’s now experiencing a renaissance as the cultural capital.

For sports fans, the football grounds Anfield and Goodison separated by Stanley Park are a must-see. The homes of Liverpool and Everton go hand in hand with the city history, while the world-famous Aintree Racecourse is home to the Grand National.

Besides, Liverpool draws music lovers from across the world – thanks to the Beatles that called the city their home. The Cavern Club, Jacaranda, Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields are some of the places that still contain the charm of the legendary rock band. On top of this, numerous musical artists, actors, and celebrities have graced the city.

Liverpool is a perfect city to come and discover on foot, and what better way than to have someone local talk you through the history. I look forward to welcoming you to this famous city.

Go! Running Tours in Liverpool are probably the most active and friendly way to see this great city – thanks to its culture, history, sport and music.

See all that Liverpool and its surroundings have to offer on a guided run. And at the same time, check off your workout for the day. Your knowledgeable local guide will fill you in on the main attractions, with a good helping of local secrets.

So forget about the heavy guidebooks and find out about the home of the Beatles from a guide that knows it best. Grab your trainers, lace-up and try one of our running tours in Liverpool.