Americas Reforma Guatemala Urban Tour is a fantastic way to discover one of the most beautiful and tourist sectors of the city. This is a circular route, therefore it can be started on Avenida Las Américas or Avenida La Reforma. In both ways, there is a bike path that is used by both pedestrians and cyclists. There are many trees of various sizes and a great diversity of flowers, highlighting the spring weather that characterizes the city of Guatemala. Regardless of where we start the tour, there are many works of art dedicated to many Latin American countries mainly.
This running tour visit will go through large squares that also function as starting points for running activities during the weekends, such as The Plaza San Juan Pablo II dedicated to John Paul II; the Obelisk which is in the center of Liberacion, Proceres, Americas. The Reform boulevards are very famous and well known by the local runners.
Because here are held short and family competitions of 5k or 10k distance organized by all kinds of companies or organizations. The Catholic church of Yurrita, built-in 1927, pink, peculiar baroque style, and a neo-Gothic tower. Depending on the time of day, there may be a lot of traffic in the vicinity, which does not prevent us from getting a good workout.
Given the great extent of this route, there is an opportunity for many runners of all kinds to visit it. And not only runners, but also cyclists, skaters, or skateboarders too visit it. Every Sunday, this site becomes pedestrianized, which means that in addition to the bicycle path, the street can be used for training.
The Americas Reforma route is mainly flat, with very slight inclinations in some parts, very good for medium or long funds are given its breadth. It is located between several financial, commercial, and residential districts of the capital. It is an excellent combination of the elements of a large city with aspects of mother nature, resulting in the ideal environment for running activities.
On the Americas Reforma Guatemala tour, there are also small shops where you can buy pure water or some snacks.