Here are a few pointers from the pros on where to locate the most instagrammable places on your visit to Denmark's second city Aarhus:
It is all about using local produce all year round and experiment with these to create the best taste possible. You can even venture into experimenting with the traditional Danish smørrebrød (open-faced sandwiches on tasty rye bread).
The ARoS Museum of Modern Art in the centre of Aarhus is one of the largest museums in Northern Europe. It is especially famous for the rooftop artwork Your Rainbow Panorama by Olafur Eliasson, from where you can gaze over the city through a myriad of colours.
Go back in time in Aarhus' Old Town Musem, as you walk on cobbled paths between buildings dating back hundreds of years and up until the 1970s.
The Møllestien pathway is an oasis of cobbled stones and quaint colourful houses. A must-visit for any instagram aficionado.
#ThisisAarhus guys! another weekend, another adventure to a beautiful unknown place for me. We arrived in Aarhus (@visitaarhus) in Denmark, yesterday afternoon and took on a little cycling adventure around the city with @cyclingaarhus. I loved how the future technologies and architecture mixes with the Danish culture. Such a treat so far, can't wait to see what's on the menu for today! #visitAarhus #visitDenmark
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