Let the bloggers guide you: Aarhus

Four of the UK's top blogs explored Denmark's second city Aarhus, where they discovered the best of this young vibrant city.

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On their #ThisIsAarhus itinerary: 

City walk - Latin Quarter and Aarhus Ø

The charming, cobblestoned streets of Aarhus' historic Latin Quarter boosts with cafés where guests can relax and catch their breath. In addition, the Latin Quarter features an excellent selection of shops with clothes, ceramics and other creations. 
Aarhus Ø (Aarhus East) has arisen out of the expansion of the waterfront, providing a contrast to the old Latin Quarter. This is also where you will find one of the city’s most striking buildings ‘The Iceberg’. Following a walk around the complex, take a break at Strandbaren – the Beach Bar. Chill out on HAY furniture with a cocktail, go for a sail or join in one of the many group activities such as volleyball, zumba, salsa and yoga.


Aros Art Museum

ARoS Aarhus Art Museum is the impressive cultural highlight of the city, displaying an important collection of paintings, sculptures and installations of international repute. From the top of the building, the architectural masterpiece 'Your Rainbow Panorama' by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, you can experience 360° views of the city in all colours of the spectrum.

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Meet the bloggers

Meet the bloggers, who explored Aarhus. Click on their images below to learn more about them and their blogs and to read their Aarhus recommendations. 

Bridges and Balloons

She Gets Around

A Brit and A Broad

This Battered Suitcase


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