7 Awesome Things to Do in Aarhus, Denmark Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark, but honestly this city is not your ideal huge one. However, this is not a bad part because it will only take you a couple of days to go around the whole city. If you’re planning to stay here for a little longer, this place will not bore you at all.

7 Awesome Things to Do in Aarhus, Denmark

7 Awesome Things to Do in Aarhus, Denmark Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark, but honestly this city is not your ideal huge one. However, this is not a bad part because it will only take you a couple of days to go around the whole city. If you’re planning to stay here for a little longer, this place will not bore you at all.

48 Hours in Aarhaus I A Guide to Denmark's Latest Michelin Darling

48 Hours in Aarhus

48 Hours in Aarhaus I A Guide to Denmark's Latest Michelin Darling

TRAVEL | 10 Travel Tipps für Aarhus | Amalie loves Denmark | Bloglovin’

TRAVEL

TRAVEL | 10 Travel Tipps für Aarhus | Amalie loves Denmark | Bloglovin’

ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum (Denmark)

Denmark has Giant Rainbow Glasses for Everyone

ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum (Denmark)

arkitekcher:  The Infinite Bridge | Gjøde & Povlsgaard ArkitekterLocation:  Aarhus, Denmark | 2015

arkitekcher: The Infinite Bridge | Gjøde & Povlsgaard ArkitekterLocation: Aarhus, Denmark | 2015

Aarhus waterfront

Aarhus, Denmark: what to see, plus the best restaurants, bars and hotels

Aarhus waterfront

Aarhus Byen Ved Havet

Aarhus Byen Ved Havet

Aarhus waterfront

Aarhus waterfront

Arne Jacobsen’s Aarhus City Hall (Århus Rådhus Bygning) was originally designed without a tower in 1942 but the people demanded a more monumental symbol for the most important building in their city. The resulting tower is 60m tall and the tower clock face has a diameter of 7m. The building is made of concrete plated marble from Porsgrunn in Norway. Architect: Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller

Arne Jacobsen’s Aarhus City Hall (Århus Rådhus Bygning) was originally designed without a tower in 1942 but the people demanded a more monumental symbol for the most important building in their city. The resulting tower is 60m tall and the tower clock face has a diameter of 7m. The building is made of concrete plated marble from Porsgrunn in Norway. Architect: Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller

aarhus Designs Revolutionary Proton Therapy Center for Denmark,Courtesy of aarhus architects

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aarhus Designs Revolutionary Proton Therapy Center for Denmark,Courtesy of aarhus architects

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