By foot

Many distances within the city centre and the Copenhagen Half Marathon course area can be covered by foot.

By bike

Riding a bike in Copenhagen is easy and safe and enables you to quickly get from one part of the course to another.

Cyclists are allowed to cross the course when safe passage is possible, but under no circumstances may cyclists use the course as a bike lane.

By public transport

We recommend taking the metro or S-train as these transportation forms are not affected by the race. All S-trains and metro lines stop at all city centre stops.

The course will be closed to traffic making it difficult to get around by taxi and, to a certain limit, by bus once the race is on. Find more details on race day bus service below.

Information & time tables

S-train Schedule
Metro Overview and Schedule
Bus information; download app for iOS or Android
Journey Planner; download app for iOS or Android

For more information about public transportation in Copenhagen see here

Stations closest to Start/Finish

We clearly recommend taking the new Metro line “CityRingen”, which stops at three different stations all located within 200 – 1,000 metres of the start and finish area. CityRingen stops at both Copenhagen Central Station and Copenhagen Airport.

The nearest Metro stations are:

  • Vibenhus Runddel (Fælledparken)
  • Trianglen
  • Poul Henningsens Plads (Jagtvej/Østerbrogade)

You can also take the S-train to the starting area. All the nearest S-train station are city stations, which means that all S-train lines stop at these stations including also Copenhagen Central Station.

The nearest S-train stations are:

  • Nordhavn st. (1.8 km)
  • Østerport st. (2.1 km)
  • Svanemøllen st. (1.9 km)

While several busses are redirected on race day, S-train and Metro are not affected by the race. However, we recommend that you plan your journey beforehand to be sure that public transportation is not affected by construction work or other alterations.