Frequently Asked Questions
How do I book a runningtour?
Booking is quick and easy! Just send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the contactform on the website, preferable 24 hrs. in advance.
But what if I can't run very fast?
Don't worry! In general we'll run in an easy pace and there is enough time for walking,- or photobreaks. The running tours are for runners of all levels
Is there anything special I need to bring?
Of course your running shoes :) I'll inform you about the weather forecast a few days before the run, so you'll know what to wear! We'll pass some waterstops on the way, so no need to bring your own waterbottle (except during very hot weather conditions)
How do I pay?
You can pay in cash at the end of the run
But what if it rains?
The running tours always take place, no matter the weather! Only in very severe weather conditions we might need to cancel the tour, of course we will always try to reschedule!
Where do we meet?
If you're staying within the city center and close to the route, I'll pick you up at your hotel. Otherwise we'll agree on a meetingpoint together.
Extra safety measures COVID-19
To ensure a safe experience, please note that we have to keep 1,5m distance at all times. Please don't join any tours when you are experiencing flu-like sympoms.
Terms & Conditions
By booking a tour with Run With Caroline, you are confirming that you are medically fit and capable of running the distance of the tour. Running is a physically challenging activity. It is your responsibility to ensure you are fit to run, and you should seek advice from a medical professional if you are unsure.
I reserve the right to stop anyone from running if I have concerns for your health or suitability to be taking part in a running tour.
By joining a running tour, you acknowledge that you are running at your own risk. We will be running on pavements, and crossing open roads. It is your responsibility to be aware of traffic cyclists and other pedestrians.
Run With Caroline will not be liable for any injury, loss, damage or death from taking part in a running tour.