The capital of the Netherlands is the city of 1200 bridges. It has beautiful canals and is home to the royal palace in its old town. Running in Amsterdam also means visiting its red light district and admiring its flowery shops.
Running in Barcelona, between the Parc Guëll and the Sagrada Familia, will take you to a veritable open-air museum dedicated to Gaudi's works. The city is full of majestic historic buildings, and its modern waterfront mixes tourists and surfers alike.
From Museum Island to Alexanderplatz to the Brandenburg Gate, running through Berlin will take you through seven centuries of German history. From the Brandenburg Electorate to the fall of the Wall, every street corner in the city centre is a reminder of a significant event.
The Belgian capital is the city of many parks and forests. Our routes will take you running in Brussels, from the Bois de la Cambre to the Woluwe park via the historic centre.
Frankfurt, which hosts Germany's third largest marathon each year, is known for its rolling routes. The banks of the Main are therefore a perfect place to run, especially for long-distance runners.
Situated at the south-western end of Lake Geneva, Geneva is the second city in Switzerland, and hosts the largest number of international organisations in the world. Visitors coming to Geneva for a run will admire, among other things, its water fountain, symbol of the city.
Still known as the "Capital of Flanders", Lille has had an eventful history from the Middle Ages to the French Revolution. You can't run in Lille without taking the classic run in the Citadelle park, but don't forget to take a walk in the rich city centre!
The Portuguese capital, located at the mouth of the Tagus River, boasts impressive vestiges of medieval architecture. Running in Lisbon means enjoying the coolness of the seaside, admiring the Belem Tower or the sumptuous Hieronymites monastery.
London, founded by the Romans almost 2000 years ago, is now one of the world's most important cities. The city is home to many world heritage sites, so a trip there will take you to the Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge and Big Ben.
Los Angeles, the second largest city in the United States, is a sprawling city that stretches from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. It is therefore possible to run in Los Angeles, ski and swim in the same day!
The thriving city of Lyon, known for its winding streets and three hills, offers a variety of runs. From the heights of the Croix-Rousse to the banks of the Rhône, there are plenty of ways to run in Lyon!
Madrid, a world city and the capital of Spain, is one of the main financial centres of Southern Europe. Modern buildings stand side by side with neo-classical constructions. Running in Madrid means admiring both its business districts and its ancient squares.
A major trading centre and port of the Mediterranean since antiquity, Marseille is picturesque and multicultural. From the Old Port to the Bonne Mère, running around Marseille is almost like embarking on a journey through time and space.
A major tourist destination, Milan is home to an important cultural heritage, including Renaissance palaces, the La Scala opera house and numerous museums. However, to run in Milan is also to run in the industrial, financial and commercial heart of Italy.
Munich is one of the few landlocked cities where you'll come across surfers, board and wetsuit included. When you go running in Munich, you will discover their favourite spot, but also the impressive Nymphenburg castle and the futuristic BMW headquarters.
Running in New York City, made up of 5 boroughs, is an opportunity to discover the achievements of a resolutely modern and frenetic urbanism. From the skyscrapers of Manhattan to the "brownstones", the typical dwellings of Brooklyn, run through the Big Apple with us!
Ranked in 2017 as the "most elegant city in the world", the French capital is the architectural and cultural symbol of the country. To run in Paris is to live in the heart of this fashion capital filled with world-famous monuments, from the Eiffel Tower to the Arc de Triomphe.
Prague, known as the city of a hundred towers, is so rich in architecture that its entire historic heart is a World Heritage Site. Running in Prague means getting lost in a maze of streets and squares surrounded by baroque buildings.
The Italian capital, with a history spanning more than 28 centuries, is also home to the city-state of the Vatican, enclosed within its territory. To run in Rome is to admire its countless wonders, following the meanders of the streets and time.
Located on the Baltic Sea, the Swedish capital is built on several islands. Running in Stockholm means enjoying the urban planning of a modern and typical city, which has nevertheless retained foreign influences, especially baroque.