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Go! Running Tours in Manchester are the best way of discovering what this iconic British city has to offer. Leave the walking tours in your dust as you learn about the city while getting a great workout.

The tours themselves cover all the main attractions in Manchester as well as giving an insight into its lesser-known secrets. Among other routes, you can take a trip through Manchester’s industrial history, or get all the must-see attractions in a 5 km or a 10 km run. All of these tours are easy to organise and flaunt Manchester’s northern soul in all its glory.

So leave the guidebooks at home and get a true feel for the city with our running tours in Manchester. Your friendly guide is ready and waiting with all the info you need.

What our Customers are Saying:

I was staying in Manchester for a few days. I had not been to Manchester before. I met Sian at Manchester Central Library, which was easy to find. Sain went at a comfortable pace for me and we went past so many of the key sites in central Manchester. These included the Rylands library, the Peoples Museum, and the canal. Sian told me about all the good places to eat and drink, and we easily covered 7k withoutout it seeming like hard work at all. Sian was great fun, easy to chat to and very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about her home city. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute.

Manchester’s exquisite 19th-century wealth left an abundance of architectural variety and virtuosity. This has developed the city centre into an outdoor museum of eye-catching styles, from classical Greek and Roman-inspired buildings to modern steel-framed structures by the very best architects. Our running tours in Manchester tell you all about the buildings while you get a great workout.

It is often said that the public buildings outshone those in the capital, London. These sights are hugely evident in our tours. From restaurants and banks occupying Greek-inspired temples to the turreted Gothic cathedral and warehouses with artistic facades. Some of the top attractions for sightrunning include Rylands library, the Peoples Museum, and the canal.

This incredible city is home to some of the finest culinary delights and has a well established and thriving social scene. Whether it’s prohibition bars, oldie-worldie boozers or cozy cocktail lounges. Manchester has it all.

In addition, Manchester is the birthplace of some of the greatest bands ever and boasts not one, but two world-class football teams. Footie fans can visit Old Trafford, the Etihad Stadium or the football museum. If art and history are more your thing, the Science and Industry Museum, The Lowry arts complex and the Manchester Art Gallery will be right up your street.

Our running tours in Manchester don’t just show you the sites. Your guide will give you tips about the best places to eat and explore in your free time, and you can ask any questions you have throughout the tour. So leave the guidebook at home and get to know the city from a local’s perspective.