Liverpool Landmarks Half Marathon
Liverpool's oldest established road race to celebrate the city's major landmarks on Sunday 10 March.
With such an iconic start and finish on a UNESCO World Heritage site at the Pier Head, the 2019 Liverpool Half Marathon and 10 mile road race will be hosted with a fascinating mix of city centre, waterfront and parkland as a stunning backdrop.
The scenery is first class as many of the 6,000 or so participants will already testify. Runners take on a relatively flat course that follows a path up to Princes Park and Sefton Park before hitting the waterfront promenade for the return back to the city centre.
The Pier Head comprises the Three Graces and sits alongside the Museum of Liverpool. The Albert Dock and the Tate Liverpool are also just yards away from the start and finish area.
The Liverpool ONE retail centre is also within walking distance of the finish as are world famous places such as the Cavern and the biggest collection of Neo-classical architecture anywhere in Europe - the Walker Art Gallery and World Museum on St. Johns Lane and St. Georges Hall on Lime Street.
Don't forget Hope Street with out two cathedrals and, of course, the Philharmonic Hall and Philharmonic Pub which proudly boasts the most ornate gents toilet you will ever see!
So once you have taken the 13.1 mile half marathon (or 10 mile road race) in your stride there is still plenty to do in this fantastic city of ours.
There's still time to book your place at this top North West event.
TO SIGN UP FOR 2019 LIVERPOOL HALF MARATHON HEAD TO THE WEBSITE NOW
Or if you fancy the 10 Mile Road Race enter here