Running groups for early risers

An active start to the day

Lots of runners make the most of the early morning, especially in the summer months. Vienna’s lush green oases come into their own in the cool morning air.

 

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    Early runners meeting rollover Schönbrunn

    The running group meets every Thursday at 06:30 am in front of the Meidlinger Tor to run hill repeats up the Gloriette hill. In addition, every week there is a different motto on the programme.

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    Early runners meeting Runtasia

    The start is on Thursdays at 6:00 am: the Runtasia early runners' group, which takes place from May to September, has four to five different focal points every month, such as step runs or hill repeats. Depending on the focus, the meeting point is in the Prater, on the Markwardstiege or on the Nussberg.

     

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Be active in Favoriten

Action in Vienna's most populated district 

The Wienerberg is part of the 10th district and holds some treasures that are even unknown to the Viennese. Extensive walks, a round of golf and good bourgeois cuisine - all this can be experienced in the working class district of Favoriten if you are tired of classical sightseeing.

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Where the Viennese buy their sportswear

Functional clothing is part of every runner’s standard wardrobe.  These shops prove that sportswear can also be very stylish. 
 
 

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New running shoes in Vienna

The perfect running shoe for every foot

The most important piece of equipment is the right running shoe. In order to find the perfect pair you should treat yourself to some excellent advice in a specialised shop. 
 

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