This beautiful chateau, with gardens and grounds designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, has over 22 miles of trails lining the French Broad River and surrounding forests.
An awe-inspiring 'runseeing' tour of the Forbidden City/Tiananmen Square area. Massive area with the large, pedestrian complex of the Palace Museum, surrounded by ornate and historical parks.
Home to Northern Island Government Buildings and Parliament, these are beautiful grounds for running. A grand, wide, 1.2 km 'approach road' to Parliament flanked by grand trees, landscaped paths, and woodland trails.
The largest palace in Berlin, with lovely gardens. Perimeter paths are ~ 2 miles with more possible in the interior.
15 miles from Berlin and an easy train ride, Potsdam is a fabulous place to visit. Our route highlights the famous castles and landmarks. Great additional options.
This park-like area, 7 km south of Bruges, offers some wonderful running opportunities. There are numerous paths winding through fields, woods, and meadows...and a castle! There are several marked trails that can be done as running loops.
Run the grounds of this classic English country estate, which includes a 2.5-mile Grand Avenue, belts of woodland, fields & meadows, formal gardens, a chain of lakes, and farmland. Includes marked walk and cycle paths.
Run the grounds of Castell Coch, 6 miles north of the city, which feature a network of gravel paths sprawling across the Forest Fawr. These trails are wooded and serene, but smooth and non-technical.
Lovely running along the River Ely, in the western part of Cardiff. We've mapped a riverfront route from Grangemoor Park to Sanatorium Park, and a separate route to St. Fagans, with its historic village and attractive Castle grounds.
It's worth the 1/2 hour drive or 45-minute bus ride to run the spectacular, park-like grounds of the Schloss Moritzburg. This is a classic European castle, surrounded by a lake and beautifully landscaped grounds with allés type paths.
Castle built in 1603 is one of the more popular visitor sites in Kyoto. It's also popular with runners. A loop around the perimeter is 1.8 km. For a longer run, our Imperial Palace and Kamo River path routes are ~1 km away.
The National Garden grounds of the Imperial Palace are among the running highlights of Kyoto. Important sites and lovely paths around extensive gardens. 1.3 km from north-south and 0.7 km east-west.
Run the lawns of the former Guggenheim estate in Sands Point Preserve, or enjoy pleasant residential neighborhood running near the Port Washington train station and around the Plandome/Manhasset neighborhoods.
Castle Hill is a wonderful 1.9 mile (3 km) history tour of medieval Ljubljana complete with challenging hill work. It is easily accessed from the city center. The climb is 557 feet over less than 1 mile, with grades up to 8%, but the views are rewarding!
Known as the most calm and peaceful park in Munich, Schlosspark Nymphenburg offers great trails for running. Do our 6.7 mile route or any of the trails in this lovely park!
Run the hunting grounds of a former royal palace, which have been converted to over 3 miles of forested paths and gardens.
This historic castle is surrounded by a gorgeous, seasonally changing park with 4 km and 3 km running tracks.
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.
The 13th century Bellver Castle sits on top of a hill of pine trees about 3 km west of Palma and 112m above sea level. We've mapped a 7 km route that does a larger circle loop. It's a fun and challenging run, and includes roads and wooded paths.
One of the most significant palaces in the world is also a great running destination. Start at Versailles City Hall, and enjoy the Palace grounds and paths
Although Fontainebleau is nearly 60 km southeast of Paris center, runners will enjoy 300 km of marked paths in the massive Fontainebleau Forest, and the opulent grounds of the Château de Fontainebleau at the Forest's eastern end.
Located 45 km southwest of Paris, Rambouillet is a charming suburb and a wonderfully green area. Great running in the extensive Rambouillet Forest and the grounds of Château du Rambouillet and Gardens.
Saint-Germain-en-Laye is a western suburb of France, and a worth-it destination for a run, between its 3,550 hectare Forest, grand grounds of the The Parc du Сhâteau, and nearby paths along the Seine.
This route moves away from the City Center to get a glimpse of everyday Czech life along with the Břevnov Monastery, and Star Game Reserve, a 210 acre forest park. and protected natural monument.
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.
A gorgeous, pastoral run out to the 17th century Hellburn Palace, famous for its grounds. To approach the palace, you'll run for 4 km along tree-lined Hellbrunner Allee, a paved and gravel pedestrian path, passing farms and interesting buildings.
A lovely green park about 5km north of the city, popular for running. There are several scenic running paths, including a loop around Brunnsviken lake
Run the grounds of Stuttgart’s old palace at the “Schlossgarten,” a collection of three manicured parks in the heart of the city. Routes up to 7 km can be combined with the Neckar River and Rosenstein Park runs.
This large park in downtown Stuttgart abuts the Wilhelma zoo and botanical gardens, with a paved loop including architectural gems such as the Rosenstein Palace and Lion’s Gate. Connections to the Castle Gardens and Neckar River path.
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.
Uninterrupted ~2 mile footpath around the perimeter of what was originally built as the Imperial Palace for the Crown Prince of Japan. Popular with runners. Can be combined w/Imperial Palace run for 6.8 miles.
The most famous and popular run in central Tokyo. It’s possible to do a relatively uninterrupted 3.1 mile run around the perimeter. Views of some of Tokyo’s major sites. Video excerpt!
Gorgeous running in the second largest enclosed park in Europe! Create your own run on the beautifully landscaped grounds and paths around the baroque La Venaria Reale and Castello de La Mandria. Options for some wilder, more remote paths and small roads.
Former imperial summer residence, about 8km west of central Vienna. Perimeter path is about 3 miles around, or enjoy zig-zagging around the gravel palace garden paths, which are free of charge.