San Diego, CA, September 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- What do you do when you want to take advantage of southern California’s beautiful weather while getting some exercise and experiencing undiscovered parts of San Diego – you sign-up for a guided running tour. City Running Tours (www.cityrunningtours.com), creators of the original guided running tour, today announced their expansion to San Diego and the opening of City Running Tours – San Diego. With this addition, City Running Tours now operates in four popular tourist destinations (also Chicago, New York City and Washington, D.C.), making them the largest guided running tour operator in the world.
Available for the first time in San Diego, runners can now experience America’s finest city in an entirely new way. Sightseeing with City Running Tours – San Diego involves running side-by-side with a guide who, along the way, points out sites and conveys the history of that particular site as well as little-known facts. Each of the company’s seven guides are experienced runners who are well versed in the city’s history. Conducted entirely on the runner(s) schedule, the company picks the individual(s) up at their hotel or a central meeting place, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They offer seven set tours that are designed to deliver the best of San Diego, as well as customized runs for individuals or groups with a specific training regimen, fitness ability or the desire to see specific sites. With City Running Tours – San Diego, tourists can get up close and personal with La Jolla, Coronado, Mission Bay, downtown San Diego, old town, Balboa Park, Point Loma and much more.
Founded in 2006, City Running Tours started last year in New York City with NYC RUN (www.nycrun.com) when a native New Yorker and avid runner, wanted to combine the two passions in his life, running and the Big Apple. Since then, the company has served hundreds of runners from as far away as Scotland. The idea has caught-on like wildfire and soon other major cities will provide a home for guided running tours.
To schedule a tour or for more information, visit http://cityrunningtours.com/sd/index.html.