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Copenhagen Half Marathon 2024

Copenhagen Half Marathon 2024 in Copenhagen.

Sep 15, 2024 → Sep 15, 2024

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Free cancellation
10,000+ locations globally
from €5.00/day
Rated 4.9 by 520,219+ people

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Your Ultimate Guide to Copenhagen Half Marathon 2024

Welcome to the Copenhagen Half Marathon, the event that every runner should experience at least once. This isn't just a race; it's a celebration of fitness, culture, and the vibrant life of one of Europe's coolest capitals. Whether you're lacing up your running shoes or cheering from the sidelines, here’s everything you need to know to make the most of this thrilling day.

The Memorable Experience

The Copenhagen Half Marathon, a race that has become a staple in the global running calendar, is set to return on September 15th, 2024 to the Danish capital. This one-day event is not just about the thrill of the race, but also about the unique experience of running through the heart of one of Europe's most beautiful cities.

The half marathon, with its 21.1 km route and its world record course, offers a unique way to explore the whole city, passing by iconic landmarks such as The Little Mermaid statue, the Royal Danish Opera House, and the colorful houses of Nyhavn. 

Why the Copenhagen Half Marathon is Worthwhile

The Copenhagen Half Marathon 2024 is not just for athletes, but also for spectators who enjoy a lively atmosphere filled with music, cheering crowds, and a sense of community.

The event is known for its festive vibe, with local bands playing along the route and residents cheering on other runners.

The entire city comes alive with music, cheer zones, and entertainment spots dubbed 'power zones' that make every kilometer feel like a party. It’s this vibrant energy that truly sets the Copenhagen Half Marathon apart from other races.


SuperHalfs offers an exceptional running adventure for the everyday athlete. You get 60 months to tackle six distinct half-marathons - six races - across Europe. As you embark on this journey, you'll traverse through some of the continent's most breathtaking capital cities, creating unforgettable memories along the way.

The Venue and Cuisine

Running 21.097 km is no small feat, and Copenhagen ensures that every participant is well-fueled and hydrated. Along the route, you’ll find multiple hydration stations serving water and energy drinks to keep you going.

The event takes place in the heart of Copenhagen, a city known for its stunning architecture, beautiful canals, iconic boulevards, and world-class cuisine.

After the race, participants and spectators can indulge in traditional Danish dishes like smørrebrød (open-faced sandwiches) or flæskesteg (roast pork with crackling), or enjoy a pint of local craft beer.

Outfits for the Run

This event calls for weather-appropriate athletic gear. September in Copenhagen can be a bit chilly in the morning with a quick warm-up as the race day progresses, so layering is key. A light, moisture-wicking top paired with running tights or shorts will keep you comfortable.

Don’t forget your running shoes, and consider compression socks to aid circulation and reduce muscle fatigue.

Bag Policy and Runner Services

Efficiency and security are top priorities at the Copenhagen Half Marathon. Runners are allowed to bring bags, but all must be checked in at the designated bag drop areas before the race. The event organizers ensure that bags are stored securely and can be easily retrieved after the race.

Other runner services include medical assistance, pace runners, and recovery zones equipped with everything from massage services to rest areas.

Why Bounce Luggage Storage is Convenient at Copenhagen Half Marathon 2024

Bounce, the largest luggage storage platform worldwide is here to ensure that your Copenhagen Half Marathon 2024 experience is hassle-free. With over 10,000 short-term luggage storage facilities worldwide, including Copenhagen, Bounce offers a convenient solution for fellow runners and spectators alike. 

Imagine crossing the finish line, the crowd cheering, the adrenaline rushing through your veins. The last thing you want to worry about is your belongings. With Bounce, you can store your luggage safely and enjoy the race and the post-race festivities without worry. 

Bounce: Your Luggage Solution

Bounce partners with local businesses, providing secure storage areas for your luggage. Each item stored through Bounce comes with $10,000 in BounceShield™ Protection, offering you peace of mind as you navigate half marathons.

Plus, with 24/7 customer support, a flexible cancellation policy, and no size limit on bags, Bounce is the perfect companion for your Copenhagen Half Marathon 2024 experience.

Things to Do in Copenhagen

Explore the City

While in Copenhagen for the half marathon, make sure to explore the city's many attractions. This city blends historical charm with modern flair, making it a must-visit on your travel list. Here are some top spots to check out:

  • The Little Mermaid Statue: Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale, this iconic sculpture sits elegantly on a rock by the waterside at the Langelinie promenade. It's more petite than you might expect, but it's a beloved symbol of the city.
  • Tivoli Gardens: Not just any old amusement park, Tivoli is a magical garden with rides, games, and beautiful floral displays. It's particularly enchanting at night when it lights up in a fairy-tale glow.
  • Nyhavn: Famous for its brightly colored townhouses and historical wooden ships, Nyhavn is perfect for a leisurely stroll or a cozy dinner by the canal. It's as picturesque as Copenhagen gets!
  • The Round Tower: For the best panoramic views of the city, climb this 17th-century tower. The walk-up is via a unique spiral ramp, making the journey as cool as the destination.
  • Christiansborg Palace: This is the powerhouse of Danish politics, but it's also a stunning place to explore. Visit the royal reception rooms, the stables, and the historic kitchen.
  • National Museum of Denmark: Dive deep into the rich history of Denmark here. From Viking artifacts to modern design, this museum covers it all.
  • Rosenborg Castle: Built in the early 17th century by one of the most famous Scandinavian kings, Christian IV, this fairytale castle houses the Crown Jewels and the Danish Crown Regalia.
  • Copenhagen Zoo: The Copenhagen Zoo offers a captivating glimpse into the animal kingdom with its diverse collection of species and immersive exhibits,

Danish Cuisine

Don't miss out on trying traditional Danish cuisine. Visit the Torvehallerne food market, or enjoy a meal at one of the city's many Michelin-starred restaurants.


Copenhagen is known for its design and fashion scene. Visit the Strøget shopping street, or explore the city's many boutiques and design stores.

See You in Copenhagen?

The Copenhagen Half Marathon 2024 is more than just a race; it's an experience. From the thrill of the run to the vibrant atmosphere, the delicious cuisine, and the beautiful city that hosts it, this event is a must-attend. And with Bounce by your side, you can enjoy every moment without worry. See you at the starting line in Copenhagen!

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All you need to know

  • Does Copenhagen Half Marathon sell out?

    Yes, the Copenhagen Half Marathon is quite popular and can sell out. Due to its reputation as a fast course and its vibrant atmosphere, many runners, both elite and amateur, are eager to participate. It's a good idea to register early if you're planning to run, to ensure you secure a spot before the event reaches its capacity.

  • Where does Copenhagen Half Marathon start?

    The Copenhagen Half Marathon starts in Østerbro, Copenhagen, specifically from Øster Allé. This location serves as the launching point for the race, setting participants on a scenic 21.097 km route through the city's diverse districts and historic center, all within the vibrant capital of Denmark.

  • How long do I need to train for a half marathon?

    Training for a half marathon typically takes about 12 to 14 weeks for a beginner. This allows enough time to build endurance safely and gradually without risking injury. More experienced runners may require less time, depending on their base fitness level. The key is to follow a consistent training plan that includes long runs, speed work, and recovery periods to ensure peak performance on race day.

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