Private Rotterdam Running Tour

Would you like your own private tour?

Would you like a ‘special group’ tour (birthday/ bachelor(ette) party/ family tour)?

Then this Tour is the best option for you!

Our crewmembers want to show you how awesome Rotterdam is!

By combining running and sightseeing, you will have a unique, interactive and indeed a fit way of getting to know this great city.

Wether you are a die hard runner or ‘just a beginner’, we want our tours to be accessible to all types of runners.

During our tours we will not only provide you with interesting information and trivia. We will also make sure there is enough picture and fun time and a warm up and cooling down time, as we care about the physical wellbeing of our runners.

Every runner gets a bottle of water to stay well hydrated during the run.

per adult from




60 to 85 minutes


Hotel pickup available


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  • What's included :
    • Every runner gets a bottle of water to stay well hydrated during the run and a souvenir.
    • Coffee or thee after the running Tour
    What's excluded :
    • We don’t have a storage possibility nor safe.
  • This is a typical itinerary for this product

    Stop At: Dr, Westerstraat 44, 3016 DH Rotterdam The Netherlands

    Another surprising artistic creation in Rotterdam is the Marathonbeeld (Marathon statue) by Henk Visch. This colorful artwork shows the variety of nationalities participating in the marathon. It is a gift from the local Marathon Foundation and part of the city’s street art scene.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Pass By: Overblaak, 3011 MH Rotterdam, Netherlands

    The houses in Rotterdam are located on Overblaak Street, right above the Blaak metro station. There are 38 small cubes and two so called 'super-cubes', all attached to each other.

    As residents are disturbed so often by curious passers-by, one owner decided to open a "show cube", which is furnished as a normal house, and is making a living out of offering tours to visitors.

    Pass By: Markthal, Dominee Jan Scharpstraat 298, 3011 GZ Rotterdam The Netherlands

    Modern complex with a covered market and several restaurants under an arch of apartments.

    Pass By: Grote of Sint-Laurenskerk, Grotekerkplein 27, 3011 GC Rotterdam The Netherlands

    The Grote or Sint-Laurenskerk, often simply referred to as Laurenskerk, is a Gothic church building in Rotterdam. It is the only remnant of the medieval Rotterdam city center. The current church is a cross between a hall church and a cross basilica. In one of the exhibition chapels, the church still has a button capital of its predecessor, a two-aisled hall church without a choir and tower. The church is dedicated to Laurentius of Rome, the patron of Rotterdam.

    Pass By: Stokviswater, Rotterdam, Netherlands

    The Rotte is a peat river in the Dutch province of South Holland. The river serves as a reservoir that drains excess water from the polders north of Rotterdam under the management of the Schieland and Krimpenerwaard Water Board. The city of Rotterdam takes its name from this river.

    Pass By: City Hall Rotterdam, Coolsingel 40, 3011 AD Rotterdam The Netherlands

    The town hall on the Coolsingel in Rotterdam was built between 1914 and 1920 to a design by Henri Evers. It is one of the few buildings in the center of Rotterdam that survived the bombing of May 14, 1940.

    Pass By: Erasmus Bridge, Erasmusbrug, 3072 Rotterdam The Netherlands

    The 284 meter long cable-stayed bridge has a 139 meter high kinked asymmetrical steel pylon. The bridge owes its nickname "De Zwaan" to this. Between the Kop van Zuid and the pylon there is an 89 meter long bascule bridge for ships that cannot pass under the cable-stayed bridge.

    Pass By: Loods 24, Stieltjesstraat Levie Vorstkade, 3071 JX Rotterdam The Netherlands

    Loods 24 was a port warehouse on the site of the Municipal Commercial Establishments between the Binnenhaven and the Spoorweghaven in Rotterdam. The shed was used for the storage of tobacco. During the Second World War it was used by the Germans as a meeting place for the deportation of Jews.

    In 1941, 11,000 Jews still lived in Rotterdam. Before the war this was 13,000. Between July 30, 1942 and April 22, 1943, 6,790 people were deported via Loods 24 in 8 transports. The majority of the Jews who were deported via Loods 24 were murdered in Sobibór and Auschwitz-Birkenau. Research in 2000 showed that 144 people survived the deportations.

    Pass By: De Hef, Koningshaven Koningshaven/ Nordereiland, 3071 Rotterdam The Netherlands

    De Hef is the popular name for the Koningshavenbrug, a railway lift bridge over the Koningshaven in Rotterdam that has been decommissioned for rail traffic since 24 September 1993. The bridge formed part of the Breda - Rotterdam railway line.

    Pass By: Old Harbour, Oude Haven, Rotterdam The Netherlands

    The Oudehaven is one of the oldest ports in Rotterdam, in the Dutch province of South Holland. It is located in the center of the city, southeast of Rotterdam Blaak station.

    Pass By: Blaak Markt, Binnenrotte 77, 3011 HB Rotterdam The Netherlands

    The Blaaktoren is a residential tower on the Binnenrotte near the Blaak in Rotterdam. The striking pointed roof gives the building its more famous nickname "The Pencil". It is one of the more striking buildings in Rotterdam and forms a landmark in the city with the adjacent cube houses.

    Pass By: Witte Huis, Geldersekade 1C, 3011 WB Rotterdam The Netherlands

    The White House is a building in Rotterdam that was the first skyscraper in Rotterdam. It is also considered by some to be the first skyscraper in Europe (although that title is also awarded to the Boerentoren in Antwerp). In 1940 it was one of the few buildings in the city center to withstand the bombing of Rotterdam. In the 1990s it was restored to its original state as much as possible (facades and roof).

    Pass By: Witte de Withstraat, 3012 BT Rotterdam The Netherlands

    Witte de Withstraat is a nightlife street in Rotterdam with cafes, restaurants, art galleries, various shops and municipal monuments. The street connects Schiedamse Vest with Eendrachtsweg. The street was named in 1871 after the Rotterdam fleet guardian Witte Cornelisz. de With (1599 - 1658).

    Pass By: The Destroyed City, Plein 1940, 3011 Rotterdam The Netherlands

    The destroyed city is an image that Ossip Zadkine made as a result of the bombing of Rotterdam. It was unveiled on May 15, 1953 and is located on Plein 1940, at the Leuvehaven, next to the Maritime Museum in Rotterdam. The statue is a national monument.

    It is said that Zadkine got the inspiration for the image The destroyed city when he was on his way from Paris to his friend, the doctor Hendrik Wiegersma in Deurne, Netherlands. When the train drove over the air track through Rotterdam, he saw the obliterated center of the city.

  • Departure Point :
    Marathonbeeld - Henk Visch, DR, Willemsplein, 3011 Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Traveler pickup is offered
    We pick you up in your hotel in Rotterdam or our standard pick-up location at the Marathon statue next to restaurant 'Prachtig' at Willemsplein 77, Rotterdam.
    Return Detail :
    Returns to original departure point
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Bring your camera/ smartphone for some nice pictures!
    • Don’t bring too many personal belongings.
    • Adjust your clothing to the weather.
    • Don’t be late, cause we won’t wait!
    • Rain or shine, the run will always happen.
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
    • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
    • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
    • Most travelers can participate
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    • Face masks required for guides in public areas
    • Face masks provided for travelers
    • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
    • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
    • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
    • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
    • Guides required to regularly wash hands
    • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
    • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
    • - Participants declare no physical complaints 2 days before the tour. - The running tour guides and customers also observe the 1.5 meter rule - Routes of the running tours are chosen that crowds are avoided. - Customers must belong to 1 company per booking. - Guides have disinfectant gel with them
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.


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Organised by Rotterdam Sight running Tours

Activity ID: V-107295P5

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