Bucharest Marathon 10-11 October 2020 

· Marathon 42K Race

· Relay Race 4x

· Half Marathon 21K Race

· 10K Race

· Popular Race 2.5K

· Teens Race 2.5K

· Kids Race

Event schedule:

 Thursday October 8, 2020

Arriving in Bucharest


Friday, October 9, 2020

12pm – 8pm - Registration and lifting kits for Marathon, Half Marathon, Individual Race, Raft, Wheelchairs (10 km race) and People's Race.

Visit Bucharest

Saturday, October 10, 2020

10:00 am - 8:00 pm - Registration (limited to places available) and lifting competition kits for Marathon, Semi marathon,

Pre marathon run around Lake Snagov half day trip

Sunday, October 11, 2020

Race day

After marathon party.

Monday October 12, 2020

Return UK

Things to do in Bucharest:

Palace of Parliament –the second biggest building in the world (after the Pentagon) and one of the largest buildings of any kind (it can be visited inside depending on the events)

The House of Ceausescu (the communist dictator)

The Village Museum displays a complex collection of over 53,000 traditional objects in the open-air section and its interior spaces. The permanent exhibition features over 300 monuments, including hundreds of years old wooden churches, traditional houses, and installations, all brought to the museum from different corners of the country. Located in Bucharest’s largest park, Herastrau, this is one of the most important cultural attractions of the capital and one of the top open-air museums in Romania.

Therme – one of the biggest spa in Europe

Take a walk on Victory Avenue: The major attractions of the avenue include the National Museum of History, CEC Palace, the Military Palace, the Revolution Square, the National Museum of Art, the Athenaeum, the Museum of Art Collections and Cantacuzino Palace that hosts the Museum George Enescu. National Museum of History, the National Museum of Art.

Explore the Old Town

The Old Town will most likely be the first part of your Bucharest visit. Preserving some of the oldest monuments in the capital, but also lively streets packed with many restaurants and bars, this otherwise small part of Bucharest is one of its most vibrant areas and a must of any visit.

The main attractions include the 19th-century Manuc Inn, the oldest church in the city and the oldest residence of medieval princes, the 18th-century Stavropoleos Monastery, former bank edifices and old merchant streets.

Unirii Music and Lights Fountains. The World Record Academy has recognized the recently re-designed fountains in Bucharest’s Unirii Square as “the longest choreographed fountain system” in the world.  The 44 fountains spread on a 1.4 km distance, between Constitutiei Square and Alba Iulia Square.