24 marca 2024 / March 24th, 2024


We know the route of the 18th Nationale-Nederlanden Warsaw Half Marathon! As part of the event, the 33rd Polish Half Marathon Championships will also take place. We’ve taken care to create a sporty yet scenic profile for all the races. After 10 years, the finish line of the half marathon returns to the surroundings of PGE Narodowy, which will be filled with thousands of runners that day. Check the map, allimetry and video.


The 18th Nationale-Nederlanden Warsaw Half Marathon will be a fast race. We start from the Poniatowski Bridge near the PGE Narodowy Stadium. The first kilometer leads across the Vistula River. Along Jerozolimskie Avenue, through De Gaulle and Dmowskiego roundabouts, we reach the heart of the capital: Marszałkowska, Królewska, and Krakowskie Przedmieście streets. Through the streets of the Old and New Towns, we head towards Żoliborz. The longest straight stretch leads along the Gdańskie Wybrzeże towards the Gdański Bridge, which we cross to the other side of the Vistula. We will finish on the PGE Narodowy meadows, running towards the stadium.

“We have always strived to focus on the sporting aspect of the half marathon, offering participants the opportunity to run on a fast and attractive course. Last year’s excellent results prove that you can run really fast in Warsaw – and it will be no different this year. We have minimized the number of uphill sections and turns, without forgetting, of course, about the tourist attractions. Both the participants of the Polish championships and the several thousand other runners will once again be able to welcome spring in a sporty way,” says Marek Tronina, President of the “Warsaw Marathon” Foundation.


This year, participants’ dreams of improving their personal bests and professionals’ aspirations of breaking the Polish record are closer to coming true. Spring starts in Warsaw on March 24th at 11:00.

Click on the map to see the route in detail.