Instagramming #ThisIsAarhus

Four UK based top instagrammers journey to Aarhus to capture the most instagrammable places in Denmark's second city. And there was plenty for them to explore in the city that currently tops several "where to go" lists. Aarhus has also been named European Capital of Culture 2017.

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).

Smørrebrød that's almost too pretty to eat. Emphasis on almost. #VisitAarhus #ThisIsAarhus #VisitDenmark

A photo posted by Charlotte ∙ charlottehuco ∙ (@charlottehuco) onMay 21, 2016 at 5:27am PDT



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.

Walking on a rainbow #VisitAarhus #ThisisAarhus #VisitDenmark

A photo posted by Ina | London based (@whatinasees) onMay 31, 2016 at 12:06pm PDT


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. 

Share this page

Meet the instagrammers

Say hello to the four instagrammers who discovered #ThisIsAarhus. Click on their images below to go to their instagram accounts. And make sure to hit the follow button! Remember to also get your daily #visitdenmark fix on @GoVisitDenmark

Kim Leuenberger
Charlotte Hu
Tun Shin Chang
Other relevant links