The Infinite Bridge
Back by popular demand, the Infinite Bridge is now a permanent feature on Aarhus' pristine coast.
It may be an intimate, hygge kind of city, but Aarhus seriously packs a punch when it comes to iconic architecture.
Base yourself in the city, and you've got the best of both worlds. With the intimate Aarhus as your jump-off point, you can explore national parks, pristine beaches and major attractions, all in the back yard of a so-hot-right-now European city destination.
Just to help you blend in with the locals when you get here, it’s pronounced ‘Or-hoose’ not ‘Are-hoose’. Now we’ve got that out of the way, let’s dive into the reasons why you should be getting to know Aarhus, one of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 European Destinations, as soon as you can!
If Aarhus has tickled your fancy and you’re wondering when to visit, our pick of the city’s biggest events throughout the year might help you decide! Aarhus’ cultural calendar is full of music events, cultural events and even Viking ones too! So which kind of culture vulture are you?
From the Mols Bjerge National Park to the stunning Moesgaard Museum, hidden in the hills around Aarhus, there are a wealth of natural adventures waiting to be taken in the Aarhus Region.
Pretty handy that there are three airports right at the heart of this region. And if you fancy a treat, there's a stunning seaplane service from Aarhus to Copenhagen that only takes one hour!