Utrecht Science Park
Utrecht is one of the Netherlands' oldest cities, with a compact medieval centre set out around canals unique to the Netherlands: there's a lower level where warehouses were located in the 13th century, giving the canals a split-level character and meaning that diners and drinkers can nip off the street and enjoy a snack or a drink down at water level.
While the canals form Utrecht's restful core, elsewhere the city is busy reinventing itself, and part of the excitement is witnessing this ongoing transformation. Roads such as Catharijnebaan are being turned back into the canals they once were and the spectacular new train station, nearing completion, adds a vital complement to the old town, adjoined by a greatly expanded concert hall that includes five venues.
The route of the Utrecht Science Park Marathon consists of two rounds. The half marathon runners run this course first time. From the start at the Science Park is the trail through the center of Utrecht on the Maliebaan, Canals and the Duomo. Then price is put towards nature on the city's east side. The Bunnik is crossed to finish the round at the Uithof.
The 5km mainly runs through the estate Rhijnauwen. The 10km runs through the estate to Bunnik. The 10km runs through the estate to Bunnik. After the passage of the center of Bunnik walk back again over the estate Rhijnauwen.
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