Pärnu, the historical seaside city in the South-West of Estonia is the official Summer Capital of Estonia and the host city of the 12th consecutive “DC Kuldrula” festival - one of the first Extreme Sports Festivals in the Baltics. Kuldrula means “The Golden Skateboard” and it was first held in 1980.
Legion Run at Sofia
If you visit Sofia during July 26th, you will be surrounded by people who tend to enjoy every second of their life. That’s right: Legion Run Sofia! If you’re over 18 years old and want to do something truly different in this cultural city, register here so you can be present at landmark event. Spectators are welcome for a small entrance fee (children under age of 12 can enjoy this event free of charge).
Mud, fire and barbed wire are just some of the obstacles that you will encounter during this thrilling experience. This is a non-competitive event that encourages teamwork between both team members and other teams. Even if you choose to take part as an individual, rest assured that there will be a helping hand along the way if you need one – being Legion means being one of many!
Waves of Legion Runners leave every 15 to 30 minutes and each wave has a maximum of about 500 people. The event is equally suitable for those who want to use it as part of their fitness schedule, corporate team-builders, and people who want just to get together with a group of friends and rejuvenate themselves.
There’s a whole-day festival to keep your adrenaline rushing, with live music and a lot of fun and games for everyone. Best of all, every participant gets the first beer for free!
Whatever your fitness level, Legion Run will challenge you and teach you the true meaning of fun again.