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The 42nd edition of the Copenhagen Marathon will be taking place on Sunday, May 16, 2021, where the Danish capital city once again will welcome runners for an amazing running party in the streets of Copenhagen.
Whether you want to relive the fantastic atmosphere or take on the challenge for the first time, prepare to experience a cool city unfold at your feet and around every next corner.
Extremely flat and spectator-friendly, the Copenhagen Marathon is a round course running through the very best of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg with start and finish at the harbour front of Islands Brygge.
Islands Brygge, 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark
By car: Due to very limited parking options in the start and finish area, and since many of the City's streets will be closed, we recommend using public transport as far as possible.
If you are obliged to take the car, we recommend parking in the outskirts of Copenhagen and using public transport in from there. Be aware of race day road closures and redirections.
By public transport: S-trains, Metro and regional trains stop very close to the start and finish area, and the operation is not affected by the marathon race. Several buses also stop close to Islands Brygge, but some bus lines are closed on the race day. You can read about all changes in bus traffic on dot.dk before the race day.
The closest stations are:
- S-train: Dybbølsbro st./Fisketorvet or Copenhagen Central Station
- Metro: Islands Brygge st.
- Other trains: Copenhagen Central Station
In order to be sure of your trip, we recommend planning your route on reisplanen.dk , which is always updated with the latest traffic information.
You can also find timetables and useful links here:
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