Run my city running guides are a collection of city guides from around the world, specifically made for runners. Whether you aim to discover a new travel destination or your new home by running, here you can find first-hand information from local runners. RUN TO DISCOVER the world. Step by step.
I'm Kristy, originally from Boston, MA, having lived in the city the past 15 years until December 2015, when I moved to Europe for the love of a man. I am an 8 time marathoner, having run the Boston Marathon 3 times, and dozen of other half marathons. Running in Boston has always been a favorite past time of mine and the city is runner's haven to catch beauty, history, and nature. Boston gives plenty of variety for every runner and the city itself has a magnetic feel for athletes and is host to several running and fitness clubs throughout the city. Running is the perfect way to explore and learn your surroundings.
The 1992 Olympics redefined Barcelona’s architecture, economy and people’s mentality towards sport. In this paradigm, people raised since then have a great sports’ culture, all along with our Mediterranean character.
I was raised in a city one hour away from Barcelona, Vic, and I have been living in Barcelona since 5 years. Barcelona is definitely “the place to run”.
I'm still quite new to London, having moved here in October. It's so massive in comparison, and I'm still finding my way around. I love to explore new places by running and exploring them - it not only keeps your run interesting, but you get to know the city better too!
Whether you like short and quick or long and slow, there's definitely something for everyone in London. Personally, I love the parks and the sightseeing element of running in London, it's something you don't get as much of in other cities.
Born and raised in Singapore, we are proud to call this city our home. We picked up running about 3 years ago and since then we have been exploring different places of Singapore through running. Come along with us through our favourite running routes and races and see the Singapore city through a runner’s eye.
I recently moved back to Budapest after living in different parts of the world for the past ten years. Meanwhile, I became an avid runner so once I knew that I was packing up my life in New York City, I set my mind on starting my own running group in Budapest. This was the best and easiest way for me to rediscover my hometown and make new friends at the same time.
I haven’t actually lived in Cardiff very long. I moved here 8 months ago, and what better way to get to know a new area than to explore it through running around the city. Cardiff is the centre stage of my return to running, after 4 years out from a neurological disease. I have to say I am falling in love with the city its certainly a perfect place to run whether you like road, trail or park running.
I call Hong Kong my home since 2012. Discover with me this special city! Let me show you what Hong Kong offers in terms of running and join me on my favourite road running and trail running routes.
My Hong Kong city guide for runners will help you exploring this lovely place! Run my city and discover places you would never experience otherwise.
Hi, there. My name is Florens and I was lucky enough to call Cape Town my home for 9 months while studying. During that time I discovered the so-called Mothercity mainly by running: through the streets but also on Cape Town's stunning trails. The location of the main city with the Table Mountain, Devil's Peak and Lion's Head in the back is scenic and it offers so many opportunities to run and discover. Alone or with one of many social running groups, it's a joy for sure.