Aarhus is Denmark’s second-largest city, after Copenhagen.
Often regarded as Copenhagen’s Little Sister, Aarhus impresses visitors not only as a student city but also as a pioneer in art, architecture and gastronomy.
Established in 1859, it’s the oldest public art gallery in Denmark outside of Copenhagen.
The museum houses one of the largest art collections in Northern Europe, ranging from the Golden Age to today.
In 2011, “Your Rainbow Panorama” - a rainbow-colored circular skywalk - was added, boosting the number of visitors by hundreds of thousands.
Built on the eastern side of Aarhus, Aarhus Ø (Aarhus East) is the city’s newest district.
Began in 2007, this project has been seen as the rejuvenation of the Nordhavn – a former container port and Aarhus’s waterfront.
Chic shops and a vibrant gastronomic scene characterize this area.
It's perhaps the city’s most picturesque part, with churches dating back to the 12th century and 14th-century buildings lining hilly cobbled backstreets.
With innovative Nordic cuisine, Aarhus was crowned as a Region of Gastronomy in 2016.
Regardless of your interest, Aarhus always has something to offer.
Aarhus - The Cool Little Sister of Copenhagen