If you are looking for your next destination run, marathons Netherlands 2019 events are ones to consider. Most of the Netherland races are fast and flat, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t also challenging and downright incredible!
For a great Easter run, the Two Rivers Marathon is a perfect choice. The marathon’s path runs between two rivers that run across Bommerlerwaard Region. It is a qualifier for the famous Two Oceans marathon, and newbie to seasoned marathoners are welcome with open arms.
The Marathon Rotterdam is not only a favorite historical tourist site; it is the site to a Netherland favorite marathon. The event has been running strong since 1981, and it is ranked one of the most popular marathons around the world. Or if summer is your forte, the Marathon Amersfoort is a perfect match. Runners race around the public square of the old historic center of the city, seeing amazing architecture and surrounded by competitors who come from around the globe.
If a flat, fast, course is your wish for a marathon Netherlands 2019, there are no shortage of events to choose from. Find yours today, register, and get training!
The Netherlands is a party to the Schengen Agreement. That means you can travel abroad with a passport as long as it is valid for at least 90 days. EU nationalists do not have to show a national ID card or passport for admittance
The official currency of the Netherlands is the Euro
The majority of the Netherlands is fluent in English, so communication should not be difficult
Although public transportation is abundant, if you do decide to rent a car in the Netherlands, you will require a valid state license as well as an International Driver's License that can be sought through the US AAA
The best time to visit the Netherlands are the months between April to October. The weather tends to be extremely cold or hot because they are regulated by the North Sea
Utrecht Marathon, Reviewed 05 October, 2018
Utrecht marathon is getting better every year! They did professionalise their organisation this year, I'm curious about the coming years!
16 March, 2018