Aarhus is one the most exciting cities in Europe right now. Discover why The New York Times and The Telegraph have included Aarhus on their lists of must-visit destinations. Aarhus and the surrounding area was last year's European Capital of Culture so you're sure to find an abundance of cultural events, gastronomic delights, and a youthful yet laidback atmosphere. In Aarhus, the beach, harbour, and forest are all within a 15-minute bike ride. And Aarhus is home to some of Denmark's most popular attractions including the modern art museum ARoS, Den Gamle By (The Old Town Museum). and the newly restored Moesgaard Museum.
In Aarhus you can walk to everything and still there is so much to explore that you need at least a couple of days in the city.
Watch this video to see why Aarhus was ranked the second best European destination by Lonely Planet last year!
Aarhus's cultural happenings far outweigh its compact size. Learn must-attend events like the Classic Race, Northside, and much more.
Visit ARoS Aarhus Art Museum and take a walk in the rainbow on the roof with amazing view over Aarhus.
The Old Town Museum is a National Open Air Museum of Urban History and Culture, which has been awarded three Michelin stars!
Prehistory presented innovatively in a breathtaking architectural setting making it a world-class museum experience!
The gastronomic level in Aarhus is high, Denmark's second city offers a fantastic experience for every foodie on every budget.
Chefs and food manufacturers will create sustainable solutions, strengthen food education, and ensure public participation.
See UK based top instagrammers journey to Aarhus to capture the most instagrammable places in Denmark's second city.
Aarhus has everything from vintage and second-hand clothes to the latest fashion by great designers.
In Aarhus you have plenty of accommodation to choose from. See some suggestions here!
From the UK it is possible to fly directly to Aarhus or Billund Airport, where buses will take you to Aarhus within an hour.