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- Check your result in the results list by clicking here. Download your certificate from the results list, and share it on Your Facebook page.
- Give yourself a beautiful memory! 36th Telekom Vivicittá photos are available, and searchable by BIB number. Pictures can be bought HERE!
- Watch the official aftermovie of the 36th Telekom Vivicittá
This event info is about the 36th Telekom Vivicittá in 2021, the 37th Telekom Vivicittá event info will be updated later.
Conditions for participation under the current government decree
Attention! Before you register, please check the entry conditions to Hungary and the 484/2020. (XI. 10.) Hungarian Government decree about the conditions for participation.
- person protected against coronavirus – proof of COVID-19 vaccination with the COVID certificate
- person protected against coronavirus – proof of recovery from infection with the COVID certificate
- athlete who is a competitive athlete in accordance with the Sports Act, a certified athlete with a sports doctor’s license
- a person under eighteen years under the supervision of a person protected against a coronavirus
Please see also the rules of entry to Hungary.
Announcement – 36th Telekom Vivicitta Summer Half Marathon
The 36th Telekom Vivicittá will be held for the first time in summer. The new date of the event is 10-11 July, but the location remains the same: Margaret Island in Budapest.
Previously submitted entries are also valid for the new date. If you have already signed up to run with us at the first summer Vivicittá of the history, there is nothing else you need to do. In case the new date does not work for you, you can withdraw from the race according to the conditions in the Cancellation policy, by following the steps of a regular withdrawal.
36th Telekom Vivicitta Summer Half Marathon – Budapest
July 10-11, 2021
The Vivicitta Summer Half Marathon is part of a 2-day long event all about running. On Sunday runners can choose between a half marathon (21 km) individually or in team of 2 or 3 or a Vivicitta (10 km) while on Saturday the focus is on shorter distances for the less experienced runners. With distances ranging from 950 m to 21 km everyone in the family can find their own challenge and welcome the Summer by running!
A green and flowery park hosts the start and the finish area while the Half Marathon course will pass by Budapest’s best sights. Completing the distance is essentially a running sightseeing tour as you run across the Chain Bridge, past the castle, Parliament and many other famous buildings.
There are over 30.000 participants on all the distances, with more than 9000 half marathon runners, 6000 Vivicitta (10 km) and 5000 Midicitta (7 km) runners. However, no need to worry about crowding and overtaking as the start is done in waves so everyone has plenty of space to run.
In 2018, there were more than 2300 foreign runners, including 1300 on the half marathon, from 85 countries. Most runners came from Germany, Britain, and France, but there were also participants from Peru, Malaysia, and Belize, just to name a few.
Along the course there will be refreshments every 4 to 5 kilometers and of course continuous medical supervision. Pace runners will help you hit your desired tempo. But having fun is just as important as running so we’ll maintain several musical points along the course for your entertainment.
Each year participants receive a unique, race branded technical T-shirt and finishers are given a gorgeous medal.
Budapest is the perfect destination for a weekend city trip. Budapest is the spa capital with over 100 thermal springs beneath the city that supply the famous baths. After the run, you can rest your leg in the thermal pools of a unique 16th and 17th-century Turkish baths or the neo-baroque Széchenyi bath.
Also unique to Europe are Budapest’s ruin pubs. Located in the city centre, this new function saved the countless old, run-down building from demolition. Their atmosphere is unusual, their style is retro and they revive socialist realist interior design. The perfect place to grab a drink the night before or after the race.
And while you are here don’t forget to try out the best of Hungary’s cuisine: a gulash, a stew, a strudel, and a pancake.
If your stomach is sensitive, you may want to leave this for after the race!
Watch this short video about the city and let yourself to be wowed: