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Instagramming in Aarhus

Here is a taste of what they are about to discover (stay tuned for more cool shots of #ThisIsAarhus"): 


Photo: Foap/Morch

The Danes 'hygger' all year round and can't get enough of it. It is something we do, it's something we can be, something we experience, feel and is a part of - and so much more.

Northside Festival in Aarhus. Photo: Christina Soerensen

In addition to its international attractions, Aarhus hosts a number of events throughout the year, which are all well worth a visit. We have put together a list of some of the top events in 2016 - from music festivals to vintage cars!

Experience Copenhagen's laid back atmosphere and edgier side. The past couple of years have seen a rise in trendy new cafés, street food markets and underground festivals as well as several new and restored hotels and urban hostels.

Coffee Collective Torvehallerne. Photo: Giulia Mule

1. Kent Kaffe Laboratorium

Eating out in Aarhus, Denmark's second city

The gastronomic level in Aarhus is high and with three Michelin Star restaurants, two Bib Gourmand restaurants and several restaurants and cafés with creative chefs, Denmark's second city offers a fantastic experience for every foodie on every budget.

Three Michelin Star restaurants

20th March three Michelin restaurants in Aarhus kept shining bright as they were rewarded a Michelin Star in the Michelin Nordic Guide 2016. 

Shopping in Aarhus

Bruun's Galleri

ARoS Food Hall, Aarhus

Aarhus: European Region of Gastronomy

Copenhagen is your gateway to some of the best Scandinavia has to offer.

Aarhus is one of Europe's rising second cities.

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If you want to see the sights first-hand, lace up your shoes and hit the pavement with our handy numbered map (right) in hand.

Set in the 1920's Copenhagen, The Danish Girl tells the incredible story of the Danish artist couple Einar and Gerda Wegener.

Photo: Foap/Morch

Hygge is a big part of Danish culture, and you often hear Danes referring to the special feel of wamth and togetherness.

hygge pictures from Copenhagen

Capture Danish Hygge: 

Joe Pickard partly describes 'hygge' as:

"...the art of building sanctuary and community, of paying attention to what makes us feel alive." 


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