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Ride a bike, walk, run and if you get early catch one of the many classes in different spots of the park. Good place for a get together with the family and share pizzas or make a barbecue. No alcohol is allowed.
Running track of 6k length one loop, different surfaces from sandy to trail like, gravel and road, a 50m lane aquatic centre at one end, the option to hire trampolines for the kids as well as playgrounds, and there are tennis courts and go cart...More
You can take your bicycles to the park or rent them there. It's also good for walking or jogging. Many families use to have a picnic in the park. Next to the park, there is a special place to train or walk your dogs. There...More
We walked from our hotel, through the neighborhoods to this park. It took almost 2 hours for the walk; about 5 miles. The park is large and there are measured distance walking/running routes. A small lake with ducks and other birds is at the north...More
Guadalajara seems to be a very active city, and the Parque Metropolitano sure shows this. It reflects on a city worried about not just having a "park" for the sake of it, but to incentive its population to use it.
We went on a Monday...More
A safe place to be with your family. Lots of green and there are a couple of small spots to grab a bite. You can rent bicycles, they have amenities for kids, etc. You can exercise as well. Congrats Guadalajara, don´t let it go.
I entered the park through the entrance with the red towers, which is immediately in front of the "start/finish" line for the running paths. There are a couple of different paths that you can follow and there were a lot of small hills during my...More
I am impressed how the municipality has continuously given it maintenance every year it looks nicer. Every time I visit GDL I def go for a run at least a couple of times. The trees grow bigger and the grass greener. Now they've opened the...More