Vondelpark is the largest park in Amsterdam, very popular and centrally located . Combine its lovely paths and gardens with nearby Rembrandtpark for a 5.5 mile loop.
A green oasis in the heart of Athens. 2-3 miles of trails, passing several historic sites. Add-on by running the dirt track around the "Old Olympic Stadium".
The Tiergarten is the running capital of Berlin. A vast, 545 acre green space right in the city, Tiergarten is a running paradise for locals and visitors alike.
An opportunity to run two of the city’s nicest parks and also enjoy some important sites, including the Arcades du Cinquantenaire and several important museums.
At 1,750 acres, Phoenix Park is one of the largest walled parks in Europe. The signature green space to run in Dublin, a wonderful mix of fields, tree-lined paths, and interesting sites.
A wonderful tour of Düsseldorf's centrally located, iconic parks. Hofgarten is the oldest park in the city, and has classic tree-lined alleés and landscaping. Rhein Park is very popular with joggers. It's 3.3 km one-way, combining both parks.
Large public park just south of the city center. Wonderful open meadows with about 1.5 miles of paths. Can add another 1/2 mile with adjoining Bruntsfield Links.
Classic European urban park, and the most significant green space in Florence for a run. 395 acres on the north side of the Arno river, there are meadows, river paths, and wooded paths. 3.8 km from one end to the other
One of the great urban runs in the world, this route incorporates London’s famous central Royal parks: Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park, and St. James Park. It is a way-marked ‘figure eight” loop, in honor of the late Princess Diana.
One of the largest urban parks in Europe, and designed on a grand style -- fountains, statues, botanical garden, and many lovely paths and allées. There's a 4 km perimeter 'jogging path', or many other interior paths for a DIY run.
Located a few km west of Madrid’s historic center, Casa de Campo is 5 times the size of New York's Central Park. Our route begins at the Royal Palace and loops through a small section of the park. Another great route begins at the Batán Metro Station.
Former Château estate is now a public park with formal gardens, fountains, and a small lake with pleasant cafe. There are lovely paths around three formal gardens, ~2km, plus the 1k Sentier de l'Huevaune (path) on the north side.
This park is one of the largest in the city. It’s possible to do 2–3 miles in the park, around the perimeter and park trails. Our 2.5 mile route lined with amazing monuments, it is a perfect blend of natural beauty and tourist sites.
Probably the most popular area for running in Moscow, Gorky Park is a wide open space which connects to the scenic Moskva River Embankments. We've put together a River Embankment route, but it's also possible to enjoy 2-3 km around the park's paths.
The centerpiece of running in central Munich. The grand, 18th century park features nearly 80 km of trails through woods, around a lake, and along the Eisbach and Isar rivers. The southern section is more developed, the northern section more natural.
One of the most popular places to run in Oslo. A combination park and historic estate. Now houses the Oslo City Museum. Also enjoy Vigelandsparken, a sculpture park and museum displaying the works of Gustav Vigeland.
Run the hunting grounds of a former royal palace, which have been converted to over 3 miles of forested paths and gardens.
This is the loveliest, shadiest place for running in the heart of Paris. You’ll find hundreds of fellow joggers on a nice evening. There are some 35 miles of trails in the park. 16e.
The largest park in Paris, with beautiful paths for running. Highlights include the medieval Chateau de Vincennes, an arboretum, floral gardens, and numerous other natural sites.
Rome’s largest park, contains a stunning, mid- 17th century palace surrounded by garden mazes, jogging trails, fabulous fountains, a superb grotto, and pine lined views of Rome from atop the Janiculum hill.
THE must-do run in St. Petersburg! A 9km run along wide paths through the city's main squares and gardens: Summer Garden, Field of Mars, Mikhailovsky Garden, Mikhaylovsky Sq., Palace Sq., Hermitage, Aleksandrovskiy Garden. River path connects these spots.
For a nice and relatively flat run near the center of Salzburg, enjoy our 'parks and lakes' tour. 2 km lake perimeter, Hans Donnenberg Park, Botanical Gardens, historic Schloss Freisaal Palace.
Sofia has several large, forested parks that are great for running. The three southern parks -- Borisova Gradina Park, Loven Park, and South Park can be run standalone or combined for a long loop. We also love running in West Park and North Park.
At over 70 hectares, Kadrioru is one of the most prominent parks in Tallinn, with miles of paved sidewalks and easy access from downtown. Beautifully landscaped, with a special promenade to the president's palace. Our 6 km route starts downtown.
Wonderful centrally located park with several tourist attractions including a huge Ferris wheel. The tree-lined, straight Hauptallee runs for nearly 5km. Lots of other paths running off the Hauptallee offer a good variety.
A classic European city park, located along the 'Royal Route'. Several paths wonderful for running -- can easily put together a few km within the park. The park features several museums, cultural institutions, gardens, and the Palace on the Isle.
The 4,800-acre park stretching just south of Windsor Castle is among the most spectacular parks for running in Europe. Explore 1,000 years of history while enjoying the famous 'Long Walk', a lake loop, huge lawns, and forested trails.