Join SPAR Budapest Marathon
The Budapest Marathon is part of a 2-day festival all about running. On Sunday the focus is on the marathon, however, you may also run 30 km, a marathon in a team of 4, or a 10 km. While on Saturday the focus in on a shorter distances for the less experienced runners. With distances ranging from 400 m to 42 km everyone in the family can find their own challenge and take part in the running festival.
Participating in the marathon is essentially a running sightseeing tour of the beautiful Budapest. The course leads through the center of the city, down the famous Andrassy Boulevard and across the chain Bridge. Admire the view of the Buda Castle from the Danube banks and marvel in the panoram of Pest as well as Europe’s third largest Parliament building.
Budapest Marathon & Budapest Marathon Relay for 4
The course runs through the heart of Budapest, crosses several bridges and passes the most well-known sites of the city.
The course will start at the 12.195th meter of the marathon course and follow the same route to the finish.
The course runs in the heart of Budapest passing several of the most well-know sites of the city.
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Along the course there will be refreshments every 3 to 4 km and of course continuous medical supervision.
Each year participants receive a unique, race branded technical T-shirt and finishers are given a gorgeous medal.
You can deposit your belongings in a spacial deposit zone before the race near the start/finish and have them back after the finish.
The time limit is 5 hours and 30 minutes for marathon and 30 km. 1 hour 15 minutes for 10km.
There will be 12 refreshment stations along the course, making sure that you acquire the necessary amount of liquid during the race. The First and last station will provide water while all other stations will offer banana, lemon, glucose, isodrink and water. All stations will be supplying water to wet sponge.
The timing measurement is done by bib-tag.
The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.