Walks in Coventry City CentreParks & Walks
- All the family
- Under 5s
- School age
Walking is simple, free and one of the easiest ways to get more active, lose weight and become healthier.
Sometimes overlooked as a form of exercise, walking briskly can help you build stamina, burn excess calories and make your heart healthier.
Coventry City Council have gathered together a range of walks in Coventry City Centre, so you can walk more and feel good!
Walks in Coventry City Centre
City Centre walk 1 - 25 mins from War Memorial Park via the Railway Station.
City Centre walk 2 - 20 mins from City Centre to Hillfields via Swanswell Pool.
City Centre walk 3 - 12 mins from City Centre to Mile Lane via Little Park Street.
City Centre walk 4 - 30 mins or 20 mins from City Centre to Radford Loop via Naul's Mill Park.
City Centre walk 5 - 12 mins or 20 mins from Ikea to Spon End via River Sherbourne.
City Centre walk 6 - 12 mins from University Hub to Gosford Green.
Coventry Cathedral to Coventry Train Station - 19 mins - this is a step-free route suitable for commuters, partly sheltered from wind and rain.
Broomfield Park - 31 mins - this circular walk takes you past the original 1935 facade of the former Coventry Technical college, under the Coventry-Nuneaton Railway line and through Broomfield Park with it's children's play areas.
Full credit to Coventry City Council... Visit the Coventry City Council website for a large collection of walks in Coventry.