BALBOA PARK TOUR – 8KFrom: €33.00
Go! Running Tours in San Diego are the second best way to experience the city like the locals do. But as surfboards aren’t too good on land, running is probably your best sightseeing option. This iconic Californian city is home to the cool, friendly and beautiful, making it a pleasure to explore on two feet.
Our guided runs cover all the must-see areas of the city. Explore the charming downtown streets before heading to the harbour which looks out over the Pacific. Alternatively, see the lavish living spaces of Coronado Island or the blend of culture, science and nature in Balboa Park.
When a city is set up for you to get out and get active, it would be rude to turn down the offer. So pack your kit and try our running tours in San Diego.
Best Tour Guide I Ever Had!!!!!
Chad is super duper knowledgeable about Balboa Park and San Diego. He built a great rapport with us and answered all our questions. Needless to say, he was very good at matching his pace with our snail’s pace, to make sure that we had a great time. Definitely a very unique way to explore the city!
San Diego’s unbeatable weather, unique landmarks and vibrant social scene attract casual sightseers and adventurous travellers from across the globe. The “Birthplace of California”, San Diego is home to surfer dudes with tousled hair, idyllic beaches and breathtaking running trails.
Our sightrunning tours in San Diego cover all of the city’s many faces. Choose from classic attractions such as Balboa Park, Mission Bay and Coronado Island, or head off the beaten track and learn about San Diego’s maritime and aviation history.
Once you have some kilometres under your belt, go out for some guilt-free eating and drinking later on. Never afraid of straying from the mainstream, San Diego is a mecca of experimental gastronomy and craft beverage culture.
As you’d expect, San Diego has a jam-packed cultural calendar. There are all kinds of music, food and arts festival throughout the year for all tastes. Must-sees include Kaaboo del Mar music festival, the Wine and Food Festival and Museum Month.
The Carlsbad Marathon is the largest race in the city, but San Diegans use any excuse to organise running events in San Diego. Whether it’s St. Patrick’s Day, a zombie escape, the end of summer, or… pizza (?), San Diego laces up. Be sure to ask Chad, your running guide, for what’s on when you’re in town.
With so much to see and do in “America’s Finest City”, you’ve got to be smart with your time. So combine your workout with your sightseeing and try one of our running tours in San Diego.