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You can choose a guided running tour by the city of Barcelona. An experienced local guide will guide you through the tours that you choose while you receive a brief explanation of the places through the tours visits.
360runnigBarcelona tours involves all kinds of people: running fans and those who want to start running and do a different activity, or even more advanced riders. People who contact us want to discover the city in a different and healthy way. There are people who are on holiday in Barcelona and do not want to park thier preparation for running; those who want to learn new routes in the city; single people or groups of friends looking to make a fun and enjoyable, and even people who make careers and find alternative routes.
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Park 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. […]
Barcelona 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 […]
Tibidabo 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 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 […]
The 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. […]