The Half Marathon is postponed to a later date due to the coronavirus emergency.
Sunday, April 19 sees the 14th edition of the "Genoa International Half Marathon" with it’s route through many of the city’s principal streets.
The “Mezza di Genova” (21,097 Km), now established internationally as one of the most characteristic and interesting routes, departs from the Old Port of Genoa at 9.00 am. The course winds through the historic centre of Genoa, past many of its artistic treasures. Leaving the historic centre, the runners arrive in Piazza De Ferrari, the centre of the modern city and home to Palazzo Ducale and the Teatro Carlo Felice, they then proceed down the nineteenth-century via XX Settembre towards the sea. On reaching the coast road, the route turns east to the charming seaside village of Boccadasse before returning to the city, en route passing Genoa’s exhibition centre before taking the city’s elevated road (reserved for runners for the occasion). From this road they will enjoy a unique panoramic view of the port of Genoa, with it’s elegant maritime station, the historic centre and the hills that frame the city. Continuing all the way to Sampierdarena, before they return to the elevated road and then to the Old Port where the race ends.