Gdańsk, Poland - The northern part of the Śródmieście (City Centre) district with the industrial Młyniska district in the background -- Author: Joymaster / / public domain / photo modified by


The Gdansk Marathon (Polish: Gdańsk Maraton) takes runners on a tour of Gdańsk, the biggest city on Poland's stretch of the Baltic Sea.

The race begins and ends at the AMBEREXPO Exhibition and Convention Centre which is situated in the northern part of the city, approximately five kilometres from the historic centre and four kilometres from the beach.

The route visits a large number of sights such as the modern amber-coloured Stadion Miejski football stadium, the Gdańsk Shipyard (the former Lenin Shipyard where the Solidarność trade union was founded in 1980), the award-winning building of the European Solidarity Centre, the beautiful medieval Old Town, the vast Ronald Reagan Park and the coast.

The course is flat and fast. The difference between the lowest and the highest point on the course is just 27 metres.

In addition to the marathon, the event offers a 5k and a marathon relay.


Map of the venue:


The Gdansk Marathon 2023 has been cancelled.


6. Gdansk Marathon:


  • 10 April 2022 (Sunday)

Event website:



Number of finishers:

  • 2023: Event cancelled
  • 2022: 1,933 marathon runners and 133 relay teams
  • 2021: Virtual Run
  • 2020: Event cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions
  • 2019: 1,971 marathon runners and 213 relay teams


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