Excitement Builds for the Nocturna Trotacalles Race: Check Out the Schedule and Route

The city is gearing up to experience one of the most emblematic events of the Cordobés Popular Racing Circuit 2024. Over 2,000 athletes will be present this Saturday at the twenty-first edition of the Nocturna Trotacalles, a classic event in the city known for its spectacular yet challenging nighttime route through the old town of Córdoba. Once again, the best runners in the province will be participating in the event. Specifically, there will be 2,176 participants, marking a significant growth compared to the previous edition.

The route of the Nocturna Trotacalles offers a unique experience, combining the beauty of the city’s main tourist areas with the athletic challenge of running through its streets and squares, creating a true spectacle for the senses.

Undoubtedly, it is a unique opportunity to take part in one of the world’s most spectacular races, to enjoy the city of Córdoba and its cultural heritage, and to have an unforgettable experience on a magical night. There will be entertainment both at the starting line and the finish line by the Samborejo Batucada. Additionally, there will be live music throughout the course.

The lower categories will start from 7:00 pm in the following order: Minibenjamín, psychic disability, benjamín, alevín, infantil, and cadete. The main race, which includes participants from the youth category onwards, will start at 10:00 pm with a 10-kilometer urban circuit that begins on Padre Morales Street, with the finish line located at IDM Fontanar.

The route is as follows: Padre Morales, Pintor Antonio Luna Rodríguez, Avenida del Aeropuerto, Avenida Vallellano, Cruz Roja, Paseo de la Victoria, Ronda de los Tejares, Cruz Conde, Foro Romano, Tendillas, Diego de León, Alfonso XIII, Conde de Torres Cabrera, Plaza de Capuchinos, Nuestra Señora de la Paz y Esperanza, Carbonell y Morand, Alfonso XIII, Capitulares, Rodríguez Marín, Plaza de la Corredera, Plaza del Socorro, Plaza de la Almagra, Carlos Rubio, Lineros, Lucano, Cardenal González, Magistral González Francés, Patio de los Naranjos, Torrijos, Amador de los Ríos, Santa Teresa Jornet, Avenida del Alcázar, Orquesta de Córdoba, Linneo, Escritor Castilla Aguayo, Menéndez Pidal, Pintor Zurbarán, Padre Morales, Castello D’Empuries, and IDM Fontanar.