Dublin has fast become a city known for its party atmosphere, particularly around Temple Bar, but there's so much more, from the superb Georgian facades of the GPO Building, to Trinity College and Moore Street Market, Dublin is a city on a grand scale. And with that pub culture to boost your post-race relaxation you will definitely get into the party mood.
The Dublin Marathon was always held on a Bank Holiday Monday but since 2016 it has moved to a Sunday.
With 19,000 expected runners, from 65 countries the race is the right size to give you that big race atmosphere, yet it also feels like a local race with its close connection with the UK and hospitable nature of Dubliners.
The fast course, which is largely flat, passes through many of Dublin's famous 18th century Georgian streets and the beautiful Phoenix Park, Europe's largest urban park. The race crosses the city, north and south of the river Liffey, and down Dublin's wide main thoroughfares.
The weather is usually ideal for marathon running, with average temperatures of between 12 and 14 degrees Celsius.
|Price Per Person||Single||Twin||Triple|
|RACE ENTRY FEE||£60||£60||£60|
Final balance is due 10 weeks before departure (August 20th).
International Friendship Run £7.50
Post Marathon Gala Dinner & Traditional Show £50
Private Half Day Dublin Tour £21 (+ £16 for Guiness Storehouse if required)
Included in the price
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