If you're winking towards running

fun run 2,3 km

Take the first steps

Running is good. Running together is even better.

Introducing one of the most popular race categories of the SPAR Budapest Marathon®, the Delma Fun Run. This distance is achievable for everyone. Join in with your classmates, family, friends, and colleagues. It’s an ideal starting distance if you’re considering stepping into the world of running.


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Browse through our site plan and get familiar with the race venue for the weekend so that everything goes smoothly on the big day!

On our interactive Google map, you will find not only the important units of the venue but also the precise route and checkpoints. Share the map with your supporters and also your Google position using the location sharing feature so that your fans can track your exact location along the route. They can even plan their own routes to reach the selected spectator points:


We ask for your patience. We will publish the entry fees at the opening of the registration.

for prices and deadlines! We may introduce a participant limit for the event’s in the future.

  • Participation in the race
  • Closed and secured route
  • Race number
  • Custom branded cotton t-shirt
  • Finisher’s medal for all finishers of each distance
  • Gifts from our sponsors
  • Refreshments
  • Medical services
  • Finisher’s package
  • Other related event programs
  • 21.26% VAT

Online registration: On the BSI organizer’s online registration platform: The invoice will be sent to you via email in .pdf format.

In-person registration: At the BSI events, at the information tent. On-site during the race number pick-up, following the schedule, if the participant limit has not been reached in advance.

Wheelchair and handbike racers can only register in advance, pre-registration is required.

The organiser of the race: 

BSI Sport Kft.
1138 Budapest, Váci út 152.
[email protected]

  • At the event, prepared runners, wheelchair users, handbikers, and those running with baby strollers are welcome to participate, provided they accept the event information and registration conditions.
  • Every participant is required to visibly and fully wear their race number from the front, even when using a top. The use of triathlon-style race number fasteners is allowed.
  • A participant who repeatedly violates the race number wearing rule, even after multiple warnings, can be disqualified. Also, a participant who does not complete the entire distance designated by the organizers or who inaccurately fills out the registration form with incorrect or incomplete information may be excluded from the race.
  • For the safety and consideration of oneself and fellow runners, it is not recommended to use any audio or entertainment devices with both earpieces during the race. Event organizers, medical teams, and support staff work in the field, and the use of headphones can hinder communication and awareness of surroundings.
  • Skating, cycling, running without a bib number, and running with a dog are prohibited in the race. A runner accompanied by a cyclist or rollerblader may be disqualified from the race.
  • We do not provide storage for valuables at the event location.
  • Any commercial and promotional activity at the event location can only be conducted with prior approval from BSI, in agreed-upon forms and manners.
  • For organizational reasons, BSI reserves the right to limit the number of participants and close registration at any time.
  • BSI reserves the right to change the route, program, and schedule of the event.

For medical informations click here 

SPAR Budapest Marathon® Festival, Saturday Distances, Further Useful Information:

On the Race Day: Always pay attention to the event’s loudspeaker announcements! Some things may change or modify on the race day, and this is the way we can inform you. On the race day, a loudspeaker will be operating around the finish area, solely for announcing official race communications. It is not intended for runners seeking lost relatives or friends.

Meeting Point: At the race center, we will set up visible ‘Meeting Point’ signs from afar, so that fellow runners, schoolmates, relatives, and supporters can find each other around them. If you came to the race with a group or class, this is a reliable spot to reunite even in the midst of a large crowd. Before the start, coordinate with fellow runners and supporters to determine the exact meeting place after the race.

Information: You can meet a dedicated information team at every event, who can help you not only with the specific race but also guide you about other BSI events. If you’re interested in details about other BSI races or want to register for further running or walking distances throughout the year, you’ll find the BSI Information Tent near the Race Center.

Lost Children: For children who have become separated from their parents in the hustle and bustle of the event, you can get information at the Information Tent. Please reach out to them for assistance, rather than the staff working at the main stage. If you find a lost child, lead them to the Information Tent. Beforehand, you can request a wristband at the Information Tent, on which you can write the mobile number to call if you find a lost child. After writing the phone number, place the wristband on the child’s wrist!

Runner’s Etiquette:

Arrive on time! – To avoid queuing at the race center and dressing rooms, have time to meet long-lost friends or encounter new acquaintances and fellow runners.

Don’t let a runner without a bib number run alongside you who hasn’t registered for the race! It’s not fair to those who paid to participate.

If you’re running with a few other participants, don’t block the entire width of the road. If you hear someone coming to overtake, step aside as soon as possible and let them pass.

Please maintain cleanliness in the race center area and along the route! Use the provided waste bins and don’t litter! Restoring the event location to its original condition is a significant task, and we thank you for helping us with this!


You can find the timetable here.

The event takes place at Pázmány Péter Promenade, near ELTE Budai Campus.

From Déli pályaudvar (Southern Railway Station): Take tram 17 or 61 to Móricz Zsigmond körtér, then take tram 4 to Petőfi híd budai hídfő, and walk on Pázmány Péter Promenade (approximately 600 m).

From Keleti pályaudvar (Eastern Railway Station): Take metro M4 to Móricz Zsigmond körtér, then take tram 4 to Petőfi híd budai hídfő, and walk on Pázmány Péter Promenade (approximately 600 m).

From Nyugati pályaudvar (Western Railway Station): Take metro M3 to Corvin negyed, then take tram 4/6 to Petőfi híd budai hídfő, and walk on Pázmány Péter Promenade (approximately 600 m), or take tram 4/6 to Petőfi híd budai hídfő, and walk on Pázmány Péter Promenade (approximately 600 m).

Click here to see the BKV (Budapest Transport Company) schedule.

Arrive by bicycle; we provide supervised bicycle storage on the event day!

Parking: There are few parking spaces in the surrounding streets, which fill up early in the morning. It’s better to choose more distant but secure parking options. Larger parking areas near the race center:

  • Paid parking at the Kopaszi-gát parking lot; from here, it’s about an 800-meter walk to the race center.
  • Free parking at the Lurdy Ház parking lot; from here, take tram 1 across Rákóczi Bridge for 2 stops (Infopark stop), and then walk about 500 meters to the race center.

At the Pázmány Péter Promenade.

At the venue, in the race center:

  • On October 11th, between 12:00 PM and 18:00 PM
  • On October 12th, starting from 7:00 AM at the earliest, up to half an hour before the start of the respective distance

You will be allowed to approach the bib pickup tables once a table becomes available. The bib pickup tables are not organized by bib number; you can approach any available table.

Changing Rooms:

The men’s changing room will be set up in the southern block of ELTE Lágymányosi Campus. The entrance will be through the doors on the side facing the main stage of the building. The women’s changing room will also be located in the same building. The entrance will be through the doors on the side farther from the Danube.

Cloakroom: The cloakroom area, marked with ‘Cloakroom’ signs, will be set up in the grassy area next to the northern block of ELTE Lágymányosi Campus.

Participants will receive a wristband when depositing their belongings, and the number on the wristband will match the label number affixed by the BSI cloakroom staff on the deposited package. When retrieving their belongings, participants will have their wristbands removed.

OPENING HOURS: From 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Attention! We do not provide storage for valuables in the cloakroom.

Bicycle Storage: Bicycle storage will be set up on the river side of the southern block of ELTE Lágymányosi Campus.

Restrooms: Restrooms located in the basement can be used near the men’s and women’s changing rooms. Mobile restrooms will be available near the start/finish area, and mobile urinals will also be provided for men.

Start: 12:35

Route: Delma Fun Run (2.3 km)

Pázmány Péter Promenade – TURNING POINT – Pázmány Péter Promenade – Budai Lower Embankment – Egry József Street Ramp – University Quay – Pázmány Péter Promenade

You can refresh with water before the start and after crossing the finish line.

There is NO timing for the DELMA Fun Run, a 2.3-kilometer race.


There is no chip timing on this event.

Our photo selection after the event can be found on our Budapest Marathon Facebook page and in the Media Library section.

High-resolution photos taken along the route can be purchased on the website.

You can find summary videos of the event, finish line videos, and live coverage materials here.

the celebration of running

This unforgettable journey is waiting for you alone. Will you take the step?

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