With 100* cities available since the app was launched in September 2016, Runnin’City offers a unique range of tourist running destinations! We were curious to know which cities were the most popular on the app, and it turns out they spread across 4 continents: North America, Europe, Asia and South America! Here are Runnin’City’s top 10 most popular cities so far!
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#10. New York, the city that never sleeps
“I want to wake up in that city that doesn’t sleep / And find I’m king of the hill, top of the heap…” It seems a lot of you related to the lyrics in this famous song, and decided to head to The Big Apple for a Smart Run! Several of the latest routes released are based in New York, which has made it the app’s 10th most popular city. The good news is, throughout the year you can expect even more new Smart Runs in this cosmopolitan city. It’s got so much going for it, being the birthplace of so many major cultural and artistic movements, and the cradle of so many successful brands and businesses: New York truly embodies the “American dream.”
Cold, dark, snowy… This is probably what comes to your mind when you think of Northern cities. But they have much more to offer, certainly from a cultural, economic and social point of view. The most compelling example is probably Oslo, the Norwegian capital.Continue reading Running And Tourism In Oslo
Hamburg is a big city, the second largest in Germany and the eleventh largest in the European Union. Located on the banks of the river Elbe and not far from the North Sea, it has the second largest port in Europe, after Rotterdam. Owing to Hamburg’s geographical proximity to Denmark, the city has always been influenced by both continental European and Scandinavian cultures. Continue reading Running And Tourism In Hamburg
The capital of Andalusia is a dreamy city, located on the banks of the River Guadalquivir, and renowned for its long-time tradition of flamenco, for its beautiful orange trees, and its Moorish architecture. Continue reading Running And Tourism In Seville
Once the capital of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, Warsaw has been the capital of Poland since 1918. Heavily damaged during the Second World War, and mostly rebuilt in totalitarian architecture… During the second half of the twentieth century, Warsaw was not exactly the dream destination for Western visitors. But thanks to the town council’s efforts during the last few decades, Warsaw has become a major international tourist destination, with an airport used by 10 million passengers every year. Continue reading Running And Tourism In Warsaw