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Aarhus Ascending

Åke E:son Lindman Aboulevarden Canal in Aarhus

Photo: Åke E:son Lindman

Long known as Denmark's "second city," Aarhus now boasts dining and nightlife on par with Copenhagen's. Read the article

Destinations: Copenhagen · Aarhus

Inspired by: T+L’s Guide to Aarhus, Denmark — by Jaime Gross, Published Apr. 2007

Hotels (2)

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    Villa Provence

    Owned and operated by Annette and Steen Stenstrup, Villa Provence is a small French-style hotel in the middle of Aarhus. Forty-one guest accommodat

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    Hotel Guldsmeden Aarhus

    The Hotel Guldsmen Aarhus may only have 27 rooms, but its organic themes and tranquil setting continue to draw visitors. Organic, natural products

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Restaurants (3)

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    Forlaens & Baglaens

    Literally meaning "forwards and backwards," Forlaens & Baglaens is a small tapas bar serving authentic Spanish-inspired dishes predominately center

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    Malling & Schmidt

    Husband and wife team Rikke Malling and head chef Thorsten Schmidt have achieved notoriety with their namesake restaurant since 2005. A varied menu

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    Restaurant Koch

    Owned by brothers Jesper, Michael, and Lasse Koch, Restaurant Koch overlooks the harbor in Aarhus. The restaurant has an upscale brasserie feel and

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Activities (8)

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    Georg Jensen

    Located on the Stroget (High Street) of Aarhus, Denmark's second-largest city, Geog Jensen Damask is the Danish luxury brand's primary outlet for l

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    Castenskiold

    After having previously closed its doors, Castenskiold re-opened in late 2011 as Castenskiold Food & Nightlife. The new concept of a cafe by day, n

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    Kupé

    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

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    Train

    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

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    LYNfabrikken

    A unique enterprise founded with the intention of encouraging business development and networking, LYNfabrikken has established a number of venture

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    Bloomers

    Founded by Caterina Pinzarrone and Nanna Lynge Larson, who interned together at Junk de Luxe, Bloomers is an upscale clothing and accessories store

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    Den Gamle By

    Cars are nowhere to be found in Den Gamle By (The Old Town). This Aarhus tourist attraction is actually an open-air museum comprised of 75 historic

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    ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum

    Open since 2004, Aros Aarthus Kunstmuseum is one of Northern Europe's largest art museums, with 17,000 square meters of exhibition space. The museu

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    Vesterbro has retained undertones of its previous lives: Istedgade is still dotted with halal markets and denlike student bars; and at Ricco’s, a doorway-wide coffeehouse, you might sip your faultl

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    No nation on earth is more sensible, reasonable, healthy, tidy, virtuous, nice. The Danes were the first to prohibit slave trading, the first to make school compulsory and free, early pioneers in s

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