Jog the streets of London and see some of the city’s most iconic sights for a unique experience of the British capital. Explore in the company of a runner-guide, while uncovering the history of London landmarks like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and more.
What to Expect
Enjoy a guided jogging tour of central London, and learn about its famous landmarks on a unique excursion. A healthy way to see the sights, each jog lasts between 1-1.5 hours, depending on the pace of the group, and covers a distance of 3.6 miles (6 kilometers).
You will start under Nelson’s Column on Trafalgar Square, flanked by the National Gallery, London’s temple to the arts. Head off along a pleasant loop that takes in classic sights, such as the London Eye and Houses of Parliament, facing each other across the Thames. See Westminster Abbey and continue to Buckingham Palace, home to the Queen, before returning to Trafalgar Square.
A gentle run, with plenty of stops for photos, the tour allows you to take in many of London’s most famous monuments while putting you muscles to work. Energy bars are provided to help with the burn, and you’ll also get discounts on running gear at local stores.
- Experienced runner-guide
- Energy bar
- Discounts for local running stores
What's Not Included
- Palace entrance fees
- Guide tips optional
Meet your guide under Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square. The closest underground station is Charing Cross
Know Before You Go
The tours may take place near traffic and busy roads and involve physical activity, which can be hazardous. You must therefore certify that you accept all of the possible risks involved and will not hold City Jogging Tours liable for any incidents.
You must be at least 18 years of age to participate in a City Jogging Tour.
The time taken to complete each tour varies depending on the pace of the group. The group will always run at the pace of the slowest runner, with regular stops for photos and sightseeing. The duration of the Royal London City Jogging Tour is usually between 1 and 1.5 hours.
All of the guides carry a backpack and will be able to carry small items such as wallets and travel cards. However, guides are unable to carry larger items so you should come prepared for this, and should bring your own backpack if necessary. Please note that the guides cannot be held responsible for any damage to your belongings.