Werk for that vacation.
Where: Orlando, FL
When: Early January
Course Info: Great for beginners, though it gets a little hot.
Entry Fee: $175-205
Why it's worth it: Run the park ~where dreams come true~! You get to go through all four parks, and all your favorite characters are spread along the race, cheering you on and posing for pictures. Runners agree that if you love you some Disney, this is a bucket list MUST.
Where: Honolulu, HI
When: Second weekend in December
Course Info: Beginner-friendly, flat and pretty hot, but plenty of water!
Entry Fee: $185
Why it's worth it: You get to run around Hawaii! There's volcanos and sun and leis and plenty of water to keep your cool. And there's so many international runners from Asia that the race has been deemed the "Little Tokyo" Marathon.
Where: Interlaken, Switzerland
Course Info: Fairly advanced; you're running THE ALPS.
Entry Fee: $165
Why it's worth it: Sure you've mastered hills, but how about mountains? This breathtakingly beautiful race will take you through the most famous peaks in the Swiss Alps. And seriously, runners can't stop raving about the scenery.
Where: Pauillac, Bordeaux, France
When: Beginning of September
Course Info: Beginner-friendly and fun! Runners make frequent stops for wine and snacks.
Entry Fee: $88-177 (Depends on how many festivities you want to attend.)
Why it's worth it: Not only do you run through gorgeous vineyards, but there's WINE at every aid station! Every year has a theme too, so get ready for some impressive costumes.
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