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Would you like to discover Barcelona in a different way? Would you like to see Barcelona as you have never seen it before? We’d like to go with you on a particular running tour so that you discover a new city. Get both Sea and Mountains!

360runningBarcelona organizes running and sightseeing tours where you can experience the sea and the mountains at the same time; you can visit some of the main attractions of the city (Sagrada Família, Park Güell, Rambles, Montjuïc, the Mediterranean sea etc.) or discover the mountains of Barcelona. Put your shoes on and run Barcelona with us!

[+] Discover our running tours:

Park Güell de Gaudí, banc amb trencadísPark Güell and 360º view of Barcelona: The tour goes through Parc Guinardó, the anti-aircraft batteries from the Spanish Civil War of the Turó de la Rovira, and Park Guell from Antoni Gaudí. And if you can still keep going, the Sagrada Familia at the Eixample and one of coolest neighborhood in Barcelona, Gràcia. []



Palau Nacional de MontjuïcBarcelona 92 and the olympic mountain of Montjuïc: In 1992 the summer Olympic Games were held in Barcelona, and were considered the best to date. Come with us to discover the ‘Magic Mountain’, as the locals nickname the Montjuïc Mountain, where the main events of the Barcelona ’92 Olympics were staged []



Ruta CollserolaTibidabo and Foster’s tower at road of waters: Just 15 minutes from the city center, lies Barcelona nature’s best kept secret. Come and discover it with us. 360runningbarcelona gives you the opportunity to know the Collserola Natural Park trail in a path suited to your level. []



Barcelona beachBarcelona beaches and the waterfront: This the quintessential Mediterranean circuit of 360runningBarcelona! Let’s run along Barcelona seafront, starting at the foot of the statue of Columbus, we will run along the city beaches and end up at the Fòrum area []



Casa Ametller i Casa Batlló, al Passeig de Gràcia de BarcelonaThe Old town and the Passeig de Gracia: From avenues such as Passeig de Gràcia to the narrower streets of the Gothic Quarter, all has another dimension that makes them different. Discover the grid of theEixample, designed by architect Ildefons Cerdà in 1859. []

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