The second largest city in Denmark sits proudly on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula. The city has an extremely interesting history and its modern-day culture is a real pull factor for many Danes. Fall in love with Aarhus and its people as you wander through the streets and gorgeous nature parks. The different types of people are what make Aarhus unique, along with the many attractions and activities available year-round. With Michelin stars awarded for its museums, churches, hotels and culinary efforts you can be sure that a wonderful trip awaits you in the beautiful town of Aarhus.
Things to do in Aarhus
Whether you want to enjoy your holiday in nature or would prefer a city break, Aarhus has everything you need. The city is surrounded by woods and beaches so you are never far from the purity of nature. A trip to the botanical gardens will certainly not disappoint the nature lovers amongst you. Those who are more interested in fashion and shopping can explore Aarhus to their heart’s content. The Latin Quarter has the best of all high-street stores and may leave your jaw dropping when you see the brands such as Marc Jacobs or Marlene Birger! Although if you want a shopping centre with a larger range at more affordable prices, get down to either The Salling or Magasin Department Stores! They are situated right in the middle of the high street Strøget, so you can shop ‘til you drop and relax afterwards in one of the many superb cafes. Check out Vadestedet for the best cafes in Denmark! A must-see in Aarhus is DOKK1. The building is situated right on the waterfront and provides spectacular views of the newly redeveloped area! On a sunny day, you could spend hours down by the water, but don’t take our word for it! Book your FlixBus to Aarhus today!
Culture & History
Aarhus, European Capital of Culture 2017! Anybody interested in culture and history must visit Den Gamle By (The Old Town) and see the award-winning museums. We must give a special mention to The ARoS Art Museum. Known for its incredible architectural structure and its fascinating displays of art, a trip to this museum will captivate your imagination and open your mind like never before. We also recommend Aarhus cathedral as its elegance and beauty has been recognised by the Michelin Travel Guide! If you want a good insight to Viking history, check out the Viking Museum. The history and culture around The Old Town is breath-taking and you will love every minute of it!
Aarhus is home to some of the best bars and clubs in Denmark! But before you go out for a few cocktails and a dance, we have a few restaurant recommendations: Kähler Villa Dining – the unofficial “best restaurant” in Aarhus! Mefisto Café & Restaurant – hidden away in the beautiful Latin quarter, this cosy restaurant is known for its fantastic food and even better atmosphere!
Once your fully satisfied, you can continue your night in one of the many popular bars and clubs around Aarhus! Here’s our favourites: ‘Globen Flakket’ – restaurant by day, romantic venue by night! They dim the lights, turn the music on and serve delicious cocktails. ‘Shen Mao’ – every student’s dream, DJ, drink offers, and ping pong! ‘Train’ – if you want to dance the night away, then Train is the place to be. Established artists supported by the best up and coming artists in Europe get the crowd going! And then free entrance to the nightclub afterwards. As one of the biggest clubs in Denmark, you will fit right in with the locals and love it!
Your Bus Stops in Aarhus
Please note that there are 2 bus stops in Aarhus
8000 C Aarhus
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