Sunday 26 April 2020 - Postponed due to coronavirus outbreak! New date: 8 November 2020
Held annually since 2002 in Poland's ancient capital of Kraków (or Cracow), a lively and beautiful city with a population of about 770,000, the Cracovia Maraton attracts an international crowd of more than 5,000 marathon runners.
The race begins and ends on Rynek Głowny, Europe's largest medieval town square, and a real showpiece of a square.
The route is a certified and mostly-flat single-loop course through the city centre, along both banks of the Wisła river and through Nowa Huta, a model socialist district in the eastern part of Kraków.
The time limit to finish the race is six hours.
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- 2019: 5,184
- 2018: 5,630
- 2017: 5,615
- 2016: 5,552
19. Cracovia Maraton:
- 8 November 2020 (Sunday)
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