Start in the week at the border strip that divided East and West Berlin in the Cold War. Before the Berlin Wall had started crumbling 29 years ago, border posts and barbed wire separated the country here. Today pedestrians, equestrians and runners enjoy this tranquil spot.
After a beautiful and hot summer, we get to enjoy quite a mild autumn. The leaves are changing colours while we’re preparing for darker and colder days. Come and join me on a tour and experience the radiant city covered in autumn leaves.
Every autumn, the Festival of Lights turns Berlin’s most famous sights into a city full of light art. We can highly recommend this event to both locals and tourists – let illuminated attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate, Potsdamer Platz and Berlin Cathedral inspire you. The festival is free, however we offer running tours for any fitness level and age range, so that you get to enjoy the city even more.
As we did in the last years, Berlin Sightrunning opened the “season 2018” in attending the Tower Run, initiated by TuS Neukölln. At 11 a.m. Franziska Giffey, Neukölln´s mayor, gave the starting signal for the participating women …
May 2018 all your dreams turn into reality and all your efforts into great achievements! I am looking forward to helping you achieve your dreams.
Happy New Year!
Are you still looking for a special Christmas present for your loved ones? Surprise them with a Sightrunning voucher this year! Combine fitness, health and fun while getting rid of the Christmas love handles! Contact me for further information. Merry Christmas!
Disregarding the advantages of fitness and physical activity, Berlin Sightrunning offers environmentally friendly and sustainable tourism. The 23rd UN Climate Conference that is currently held in Bonn reminds us of the relevance of topics such as climate change, pollution und sustainability….
On Sunday, 8th October 2017, the Great 10k Berlin took place for the tenth time. Like every year, the race is a good opportunity for all enthusiastic runners to finish the season with a beautiful run through Berlin. The unique scenery of the Charlottenburg Palace is reason enough to participate. The route is architectonically diverse:…
The Berlin Marathon traditionally takes place on the last weekend of September. The official marathon distance of 42.195 kilometers (26 miles 385 yards) is set up as a citywide road race where both, professional athletes and amateur runners participate. The marathon was initiated in 1974, at times of the Cold War, thus taking place in former West Berlin.