Copenhagen, literally “The Port of Traders” is located on the island of Amager, where join the North Sea and Baltic Sea, giving the city the typical atmosphere of the northern cities. The port used to playing a key commercial role is now focused on tourism and you can follow to appreciate its beauty and why not bike because it is the most welcoming city in the world for cyclists : 400 km of cycle paths are open for amateurs, as well as bicycles to free public use.
Marathon Copenhagen has a reputation of being a flat course, facilitating personal bests. If the start and finish will be along the water on Islands Brygge, following the route will take you to discover the city, passing by famous landmarks such as the Tivoli, the Little Mermaid, the Castle Christiansborg or city Hall who will draw up a typical canvas background to this Nordic race.
With 12,000 participants expected in 2012, the Copenhagen marathon is becoming increasingly important in the Nordic countries, just behind that of Stockholm. Optimistic forecasts for this 33th edition of the Copenhagen Marathon which will take place May 21, 2017.