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Running & Barcelona

Active sport tourism in Barcelona

Nowadays, tourism means much more than taking a walk around the historic center and visiting a couple of museums. The leisure proposals for travel have become increasingly sophisticated and have been adapted to each visitor. With regard to active tourism in Barcelona, the options cover both the city and the sea and the mountains: running tours, climbing, water sports and a long etcetera that we address in this article. One …Read More

A map shows the calories you burn between stops on the Barcelona Metro stations

One of the key factors when it comes to running is to keep weight control at bay. A good way to spend calories is to take advantage of daily commuting in the city. A small change in our habits such as lowering each day one or two seasons before can mean many calories burned throughout the year. In this sense, the Treated website has published a magnificent tool to calculate the calories …Read More

Running in Barcelona: a secure experience

Running, like any type of sport, is a huge satisfaction for those who practice it due to their potential feeling of self-improvement. The fact that it entails resistance and effort and that the level can be adapted to the corridor in question confers a certain “security” bubble, which far from wanting to click, we only want to assure with a few simple steps. If we are going to go running, …Read More

Our running tours in a German television!

Last year we were interviewed for a report from Germany Television Wunder Schon. There we explain our routes and different aspects of the Olympic Anella of Montjuïc, the Popular Olympics of 36 or the hobby of running in Barcelona. The result is this magnificent reportage: http://www1.wdr.de/mediathek/video/sendungen/wunderschoen/video-barcelona—metropole-am-meer-100.html  

Diferencias entre la Cursa dels Nassos y la San Silvestre Barcelonesa

Para todos los amantes del running, el último día del año es un día muy especial: en muchas ciudades del mundo se celebra la carrera San Silvestre, que tuvo su origen en Sao Paulo en 1925 y que se llama así porque según el santoral cristiano, el 31 de diciembre es el día de celebración del santo Silvestre I. Barcelona, donde hay una gran tradición de running, no iba a …Read More

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