Sunday 17 November 2019
Held annually in the autumn in the city of Verona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of northern Italy's most popular tourist destinations, the Verona Marathon offers three races:
- 10km (one lap)
- 21.1km half marathon (one lap)
- 42.2km marathon (two different laps).
Over the years, the route has changed several times.
The 2017 edition of the race features a gently-undulating course that begins and ends on Piazza Bra, a spacious square that is home to the Arena di Verona, the third-largest of all Roman amphitheatres.
The 10k course winds its way through the beautiful historic centre.
Half and full marathon runners also run along the Adige river and through the wine-producing region north-east of the city.
- Sunday 17 November 2019
Number of finishers 2018:
- 10km: 454 (competitive race)
- 10km: 1,427 (non-competitive run)
- 21.1km: 2,593
- 42.2km: 2,053
Map of the venue:
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