NYC CLASSIC BRIDGES TOUR – 10KFrom: €44.00
Go! Running Tours in New York City are a great way of discovering the city that never sleeps. From world-famous monuments to the vast expanse of Central Park, we offer a 360-degree view of New York. Your friendly personal guide will show you the many faces of the city. Our running tours in NYC pass by some of the city’s top sights, as well as some hidden gems. Forget the mainstream monuments and try the Riots and Rebellions tour, stretching from the Civil War to the modern day. Alternatively, you can check out the classic museums, architecture and theatre that make the city what it is. Whether it’s your first time in the Big Apple, or you’re a frequent visitor, there’s always something new to see. What better way than our running tours in NYC with your private guide?
In many ways, New York is the birthplace of the modern United States. The wave of immigration that entered the country through Ellis Island is what made it as diverse and cosmopolitan as it is today. On a nearby island, Libertas, commonly known as the Statue of Liberty, looks over Manhattan.
Running tours in NYC will show you why the city is such a draw for people of all backgrounds. A hub of art, music, gastronomy and shopping, New York attracts all kinds. Guided runs show you the main attractions in very little time, freeing you up for later. And there is certainly a lot to do. Your guide will be full of recommendations, from Broadway shows to galleries such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MOMA.
Sightrunning tours take you past the unmissable spots in the city, like the Empire State Building, the September 11 Memorial, Brooklyn Bridge and the High Line. Central Park’s 843 acres are full of life and the green lung of the city. As the setting for many a TV show and film, you’ll surely recognise areas from Friends, Home Alone and more. You can pay respect to Hans Christian Andersen and John Lennon, visit the Zoo and cross the finish line of the NYC marathon all in an afternoon.
The NYC marathon itself takes place in early November and is the main event on a jam-packed running calendar. New Yorkers are as health-conscious as they are woke, and there are all kinds of races from the serious to the ridiculous all-year round.
So whether you’re in town to get some serious kilometers under your belt, or just to see the sights, check out our running tours in NYC and discover the city from a local’s perspective.