Highlights of Aarhus
Much like Copenhagen there really is lots to discover and do in the city of Aarhus – much will depend on the time of year that you visit there and we recommend the spring, summer, and autumn months to really be able to get out and bout to explore.
There is plenty of restaurants, bars, and cafes to visit – make sure one of those stops is at Aarhus Street Food. Those that enjoy their museums must plan a visit to ARoS Aarhus Art Musuem which is the biggest art museum in northern Europe and deemed as a Michelin experience.
Those who are active can enjoy some kayaking or hiking.
© Frame & Work / Visit Aarhus
Suggested Itineraries in Aarhus
There are many ways to get to Aarhus – to start with there two airports there, Aarhus airport and then Billund.
If you are looking to travel there from Copenhagen then you have options to get the train, bus, or hire car which all take roughly around 3 hours. There is also the potential off ferry connections too.
This makes Aarhus perfect for combining with a stay in Denmark’s capital but also allowing you to explore even further afield!
Once you are there you can easily discover most places by foot or by bike!
© Roar Paaske / Visit Aarhus
With Denmark being surrounded by the ocean its winters are perhaps not as harsh as those of its Nordic neighbours but it still can get quite chilly during the winter months and at times foggy.
In Spring and Summer, the temperatures begin to get much warmer with July being its hottest month, though it is suggested that if you want to take a dip out there then August is the month to do that!
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