Things to do in Denmark
The peaceful park is a memorial for the Danish World War II freedom fighters.
One of the most popular bars and music venues in Aarhus, Kupé is the sister venue of Train. Kupé serves a selection of wines, beers, cocktails, and champagne and offers both table and bar service.
One of the city's best live music venues, the space was designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen, a renowned Danish architect and has been known to host David Bowie to Interpol.
The Black Diamond is the name given to the modern wing of the Royal Library, inaugurated by Queen Margrethe in 1999. The nickname originates from the building’s façade, crafted from polished black granite from Zimbabwe.
Black-leather couches, brick walls, and velvet curtains lend a rakish air to this clubby, basement-level bar off tony Bredgade street. Grab a quiet table in the front room and watch the parade of chic, statuesque Danes en route to the dance floor in back.
Make your nightcap a Red Rum (currants muddled with sloe gin then given a shake with Bacardi 8 Year Old) in the gorgeous space that preserves many of its original 18th-century details.
The public green space is next to the National Stadium and perfect for biking on a sunny day.
The place to see and be seen in Aarhus, Train is the city's largest nightclub, with a capacity up to 1,500 people. This warehouse-turned-nightspot has three tiers, each with distinct music and atmosphere.
Spend an hour at this museum for a highly informative tour of the city’s thousand-year history.
The Fisketorvet Shopping Center is the first of its kind in the city. Housed in the former location of the Copenhagen fish market, the four-story shopping mall overlooks the water and offers shoppers stunning views.