- 1-hour running tour of Copenhagen’s harbors
- Jog through Royal Library Garden on the way to Nyhavn harbor
- Exercise while exploring top Copenhagen waterfront locations like Nyhavn and Islands Brygge
- Run through the canal quarter of Christianshavn and learn about King Christian IV
- Share your love of running with a like-minded guide
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
It’s a great way to explore the city's lesser-known spots, away from the traffic and noise. Run alongside an informative guide – passionate about both running and the city – and learn about Copenhagen’s history and culture in a fun and interesting way.
What You Can Expect
Jogging at a steady conversational pace, your guide will chat to you about some of hidden gems like the leafy Royal Library Garden. Admire the ornate water sculpture that sits at the heart of the tranquil park, and then continue jogging to Nyhavn, the city’s bustling harbor.
Pass alongside the famous waterfront, admiring the colorful 17th-century houses that line the water’s edge. The area is a hot spot for visitors and locals alike, with several lively pubs and restaurants lining the pavements. Cross the small bridge from Nyhavn to Islands Brygge, another handsome Copenhagen waterfront, and contrast its trendy architecture with the historical houses of Nyhavn.
Continue running to the neighborhood of Christianshavn, the city’s bustling canal quarter that was established by King Christian IV in the early 17th century. As you jog along its pretty canals, learn about the Christianshavn during the reign of Christian IV, when it rose to prominence as a thriving commercial center.
After exploring the city’s top waterfront locations, work your way back to the center of town. Your tour finishes back at the start point.