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What to do in Aarhus Part 3

Updated: Jun 2

Here we are with my last spots to have on your travel list when in Aarhus. This time I am back with 5! Are you ready?


Here, depending on the weather I would say 2-3 days are enough to visit everything.


9. Dokk 1


Dokk 1 is the “home” of quite a lot of things. There is a library, a playground, and part of the City Hall.


Denmark has quite a few rainy days, and the inside playground and extensive library makes it the perfect spot to hang out with your children. There is a café inside as well, if you forget to bring a snack.


For the library, you need to create an account in order to borrow books- either at home or at their computers inside.


Back when it was built, Dokk1 won multiple awards for its architecture and library.


10. Bellevue Beach


One of the most famous beaches in Aarhus (and busiest during those few summer days) and for good reason. Long sandy beach, nice blue water and in town (Riiskov).


If you are into architecture, you can take a stroll around the beach at those gorgeous Danish houses.



11. Aros Museum


Aros Museum is a museum of art. It has 10 levels full of permanent and changing exhibitions. You can find pieces by Andy Warhol and so many Danish artists.


At the top, you will find the rainbow panorama, for which Aarhus is famous.



12. Street Food Aarhus


If you come to Aarhus by bus, you probably have seen Aarhus Street Food- as it is right next to the bus terminal Rutebilstation. If you are undecided about what you want to eat, this is the place for you as there is food from all around the world mostly made by internationals.



12. Icebergs or Aarhus Ø


Another architectural staple of Aarhus, Icebergs are apartment buildings right next to the sea in the harbor. A great view of the sea and good spot for winter bathing.


Hope you enjoyed my posts on the beauties of Aarhus. If so, share the posts so others can enjoy them as well!



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