What makes you move
Sightrunning, Sightjogging, City Running Tours – there are several terms for one of the latest trends in cities all over the world. The name is self-explanatory; Sightrunning is a combination of running and sightseeing.
As both a professional historical guide and a passionate runner, I would like to join you on a run. I will provide you with all the interesting information regarding Berlin as well as all the tales Berlin has to offer. You set the pace, decide where to stop for taking photos and it is up to you how long you want to run for.
Sightjogging is for anyone
- For beginners and advanced runners
- For young and old runners
- For women and men
- For single runners and small groups
- For tourists and business visitors
If you want more information or want to make an appointment, feel free to contact me. Happy running!
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Are you planning on visiting Berlin for the holidays or even for a business trip? Book your Sightrunning appointment now.
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 …read more
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!read more
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….read more
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:…read more
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.read more