An energetic pulse surges through the city of Aarhus. With a polulation of 350.000, and student population of more than 50,000, Aarhus is young at heart, yet the city has plenty of history that is very much alive.
The old town quarters in the city centre, close to the harbour, are some of the most atmospheric, bustling and trend-setting in Aarhus. Enjoy shopping, relaxing at one of the city’s many cafés, or stroll in the deep woods, reaching all the way down to sandy beaches. Take your pick among the generous selection of restaurants Aarhus has to offer, sample the varied art and cultural attractions.
The Tall Ships Races is the world's largest regatta for sail training ships and once again it will be held in Aarhus, filling up the harbour with around 100 vessels and crewmembers from around the world.
You can see hear stories of the seven seas, taste the delicious food at the food promenade, listen to concerts from the stages and go aboard the beautiful ships
Aarhus Cathedral, The Old Town Museum & City Drive
Aarhus Cathedral, The Old Town
Museum, Aarhus City Hall, Botanical
Garden, ARoS Art Museum.
Ebeltoft & Scenic Drive
Ebeltoft: Cobblestone streets and
half-timbered cottages. Historic frigate
“Jylland”. Beautiful drive through
moraines and rolling hills of Mols
Silkeborg & Vintage Train Ride
Vintage train to Silkeborg. Silkeborg
Museum: The Tollund Man, a bog
corpse, more than 2400 years old.
Himmelbjerget (Sky Mountain):
Historic Aarhus Walking Tour
Visit the cathedral. View a model of
10th century Aarhus at the Viking
Museum. Also: Latin Quarter, the
Crypt Church of Our Lady.
Denmark's best known and most beloved amusement park amongst families. Here is plenty of action, speed and fun.
A visit to the main cultural sights
in Aarhus - ARoS, The Old Town
Museum, The Music Hall and Aarhus
Clausholm Castle and Gammel Estrup
A tour of Gammel Estrup’s magnificent halls and rooms gives unique insight into 600 years of the grand life of the Danish aristocracy.
The History of the Vikings
Visit Moesgaard Museum, The past becomes alive and the people in the exhibits will step forward and provide the visitors with a better understanding of the past and how we arrived at where we are in the present. Visit the Viking Museum, in the heart of Aarhus, Three metres below the street surface you will find the stories about the Vikings of Aarhus and the lives they lived.
Go on a guided tour and explore the city while tasting it. The guides tell you stories about Aarhus and take you to various eateries where you can meet the owners and taste the local specialities.