Are you a marathon
runner? Would you like to discover the beauty that Budapest has to offer? Then
come to Budapest on the 9th of October 2016 and explore the gorgeous
streets of Budapest while running the marathon among 20,000 participants from
all over the world.
When you think of Budapest, the first thing that comes to your
mind might not be running and marathons, but there are a lot of events such as
this one, that take place here. The marathon on the 9th of
October 2016 is the largest running event in this country, with over 28,000
participants from 80 countries.
The atmosphere of this marathon is phenomenal
each year and there are a lot of additional events as well, because we want you
to enjoy this marathon as much as possible. We will make sure that you
are entertained, with events such as musical performances. Running the marathon
here in Budapest is very safe, there are refreshments at every 4 to 5
kilometers, as well as medical supervision throughout the whole course of the
The runners of the past marathons said that they were very pleased with
the large number of water stops. The feedback received via e-mail was positive,
the participants were satisfied with the event organizers, volunteers and
If you choose to come to Budapest to compete in the marathon, you can
also visit some of the most famous and beautiful sights in here, such as Heroes’
Square, which has been declared a World Heritage Site. If you take part in
the marathon and you do not want to travel far from the race, then come to Heroes’
Square, where you can see the Millennium Monument, the Millennium
Column, visit the Kunsthalle and walk in the City Park as
well. All of these attractions are close together, so you will not have to
travel a lot, but you will be able to see not one, but a couple of the most
astonishing sites that Budapest has to offer.
You will be able to enjoy the marathon, learn about Hungary’s history,
culture, arts and get the chance to see monuments of Hungary and the history of
Hungarian agriculture as well. If you decide to visit the Museum of
Hungarian Agriculture, you will see permanent exhibitions about the history
of agriculture, hunting, farming, fishing, wine-making, Hungarian domestic
If you decide to go to the Kunsthalle, you won’t be
disappointed either, because the mission of the exhibitions held here is to
portray the latest trends in visual arts. These buildings capture what Budapest
used to look like, so if you are interested in revisiting the past, then be
sure to come and see these buildings and monuments.
If you are interested in
completing a marathon and seeing Budapest, then do not hesitate to contact us and
we will make sure that you will remember this experience for a long time.