If you come to the city, you may be interested in knowing where to practice running in Seville, as it has become a national reference in popular races. Thanks to the fact that it is a flat city and its mild climate almost all year round, it is the perfect city to practice this sport that is liked and hooked by more and more people. With large gardens and parks where you can run, we tell you which places are the best for runners. We start with the María Luisa Park , with a circular route of about 2 kilometers, where you will also enjoy a landscape full of trees that will give you shade during your training. The ground is made of dirt and asphalt, without unevenness and you will find sources to recharge energy. Given its location and the fact that it is a very touristy park, it is usually very crowded. The Alamillo Park is one of the green lungs of Seville and has a perimeter of about 3 kilometers of land and grass. There are different routes and abundant water sources. It is located on the outskirts of the city but if you have no problem going there, it is highly recommended. Do not forget to put it on your list of places to practice running in Seville. In Parque Amate you can travel long distances on dirt roads with slight ups and downs. You'll also find plenty of fonts and shadows. The banks of the Guadalquivir River is one of the most beautiful routes in the city for running. It is 11 kilometers long, yes, the surface is asphalt and there are almost no fountains. It is one of the longest circuits, so reserve a whole day for it.
Circuits for runners in Seville
Miraflores Park has large green areas. You can make a route of 3.5 kilometers. There is also a huge lake that will accompany you while you run. Another very good option for running is Parque Infanta Elena , in the East of Seville, with a circuit of about 2 km. There are several routes, so you can choose a longer or shorter one depending on the day. The downside is that there is no lighting at night.
So far the places where to practice running in Seville proposed by Casual Hotels. Now we also encourage you to get to know our Casual Sevilla de Las Letras , a hotel inside an old typical Andalusian house, where in addition to sleeping you can rest in its patios, go up to our solarium and rest before continuing a good tapas route through the town.
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