Discover Copenhagen in Your Running Shoes - 0.5-2.5 Hours
Sightseeing + running = Sightrunning.
About one third of the population in Copenhagen run on a regular basis - and according to the statistics, we have 36 marathon runners, including me, in Denmark per 10000 inhabitants, which is said to be a world record.
Do you intend to visit Copenhagen with your running shoes? Then, as a passionate runner myself, let me show you the best running places in Copenhagen - I just ❤️ running in my city - and we'll squeeze in exactly as many sightseeing stops on our way as you wish.
And don't worry: YOU get to decide the running pace and distance. However, not faster than 4 km per minute or longer than 42, 2 km, please. ☺
I'm at your service to accommodate your individual needs. This will be YOUR tour, not my tour.
This tour will be tailormade according to your wishes - but will probably include:
- The old Citadel: which is a popular spot for running
- The Little Mermaid: 100+ years old - but still going strong
- The royal Amalienborg Palace: our Queen's winter residence (outside visit)
- The awe-inspiring Marble Church: mainly made from limestone (outside visit)
- The colorful Harbor of Nyhavn: the picture-postcard spot in Copenhagen
- The renaissance Stock Exchange: including the peculiar dragon-tail spire
- The impressive Christiansborg Palace: home to our Parliament (outside visit)
The exact itinerary (and the attractions to be included) will depend on our meeting and end locations - and your preferred running pace.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Anywhere in the inner city, including Langelinie Cruise Terminal and Oceankaj Cruise Terminal.
End location: Anywhere in the inner city, including Langelinie Cruise Terminal and Oceankaj Cruise Terminal.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
You decide the duration (max. 2½ hours)
This is a running tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 DKK - If you want to grab a cold drink to go, you may need 20 DKK (Danish Kroner) per person - although credit cards and USD/EUR bank notes are widely accepted. And I also know where to find delicious tap water along the way... ;-)
Due to legal constraints in Denmark, I cannot act as a driver-guide.
My guide languages are: English, German and Danish - but I can small-talk and answer your questions in French, Spanish and Swedish, if needed... ☺