Geneva Marathon and Half Marathon with Running Crazy

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Geneva Marathon, Relay & Half Marathon

Race Geneva, Swittzerland
Distance Marathon, Relay Marathon (Teams of 6) and Half Marathon
Date Sunday 10 May 2020 (Closing date: 15 March 2020)

Geneva is one of the most accessible cities in Europe and lying on the shores of the Lake with Mountains as a backdrop, it is one of the most beautiful. The Marathon and Half Marathon races here (in aid of UNICEF) track the lakeshore past the Jetd'eau finishing near the centre of town. Very easy to travel in from the airport with our hotel close to the main railway station.

Geneva Marathon and Half Marathon with Running CrazyWe have guaranteed entries and our packaged weekend includes your entry fee, official quality event T-Shirt, finishers medal, conveniently located good class hotel accommodation (3 and 4 star) and our great value race and city guidance notes information package (sent 1 month before) -

•  A guide and background to the city/resort
•  A resume of the transport system
•  How to get from the airport to the hotel
•  How and when to get to the race EXPO
•  Information on the race itself
•  What to see and do in the city/resort - sightseeing and tourist attractions|
•  A suggestion of where to eat the night before the race
•  Where to eat, drink and party at the best value establishments
•  Runners' dictionary

(Based on Twin/Double Room per person - Single rooms add £50 per night)

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