Welcome to Copenhagen: Where runners belong

Welcome to the finest of metropolitan marathon arenas: Copenhagen, where runners belong
Be a part of Copenhagen

Copenhagen is an amazing city to visit – whether you come alone, with friends, or you bring your family. Here, there are exciting experiences for everyone.

The city can be experienced and explored from both the water and the land. The metro makes it easy to get around, but you can also rent a boat or a kayak to see the city from a different perspective as you glide through the beautiful canals.

On this page, you can find inspiration for:

  • Hotels
  • Transportation
  • Experiences
  • Restaurants
    … and much more.

We hope you have a fantastic stay in Copenhagen.

Events, hotels and getting around

Plan your stay

Explore what’s happening in Copenhagen upon your arrival, so you can plan your visit to the city.


Are you in need of a place to stay for the Copenhagen Marathon?
We collaborate with a few hotels that offer attractive prices and services.


The metro connects the entire Copenhagen, making it easy to get around the city.

Run together with your family

A Mini Marathon where everyone can run along.

A small race with great runners!

This is what the children said after last years Mini Marathon

Copenhagen Card

Do you want to experience the city? With a Copenhagen Card you get a lot of advantages it is easy to use and offers a lot of great tourist experiences, among other things you get free entrance to multiple attractions, free public transportation in Copenhagen and free transportation to and from the airport.

Exciting amusements


Tivoli is an amusement park located in the center of Copenhagen. In the park you will find attractions for alle ages.

Copenhagen Zoo

Visit Copenhagen Zoo, a playground for both small children and grown-ups with lots of amazing animals and activities.

The Blue Planet

The Blue Planet is Northern Europe’s largest aquarium and offers a journey around the world under the sea for children and adults.
Restaurants, museums, and attractions


Copenhagen is famous for its exciting and innovative food culture, attracting people from all over the world to experience it.


Copenhagen is an oasis of museums with an impressive selection of artworks, and many of the buildings themselves are masterpieces.


From the Round Tower to the Little Mermaid and Amalienborg. It’s hard to take a stroll in Copenhagen without being touched by the whispers of history.
Outdoor experiences

Bicycle, kayak, or boat

Experience Copenhagen in new ways. Rent a bike, a kayak, or a boat, and see the old city from new perspectives.

The Lakes

Enjoy a walk around the popular and iconic lakes in Copenhagen. The trip passes Queen Louises Bridge which is one of land marks of Copenhagen.


A ski slope on the top of an incinerator. Yes, you read that right. Copenhill offers skiing all year round on an artificial grass surface.