Byvandringer i Aarhus
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Aarhus – City Walk Through a Thousand Years of History
City walk from the past to the future. From the city of vikings to the modern city with Danish art and craft.
After a pleasant visit to the Museum of the vikings (open Monday-Friday only), the guide will take you downtown. Experience the merchant district with small cafees, Danish design and bikes all over.
The tour finish at the museum of modern art: ARoS. Feel free to visit the special exhibitions, have a look at the city from the roof or enjoy a meal in the restaurant. At ARoS you'll find wonderful pieces of Danish and European art from the last 300 years.
Aarhus – City of Knowledge
City walk in Aarhus focusing on what makes the Danish university system great and why Aarhus is a great place to study
Aarhus – The Firsts And the Largests – For You to Explore
Cream puff are an Aarhus invention. This is just one of many firsts and largests stories to be told in Aarhus. Let me entertain you
Aarhus City Walk – from Viking Village to Mini Metropolis
With an entertaining and knowledgeable guide we'll walk through Aarhus from the Viking age to the European Culture Capital 2017
Mindeparken – the Memorial Park Connectet to the Palace
Guided tour of the Memorial Park and Denmarks National War Memorial of the Great War 1914-18
Aarhus – Christmas at the Old Town Museum
Explore Christmas in Aarhus in the good old days – enjoy a horseride, find the beatifully decorated Christmas trees and listen to bands playing Christmas carols.
At the bakery you'll find all kinds of traditional Christmas cakes and the store is selling old fashion Christmas cards.
The Danes are very fond of Christmas and like spending time with friends and family in the Old Town, Den Gamle By, in December. Every year the Christmas exhibition changes so do come back year after year – it is always enjoyable. Visit Aarhus and enjoy a guided tour of the museum Den Gamle by, the Old Town and enjoy all the Christmas decorations. Do remember to dress warmly – its cold outside…
Let me plan your Christmas visit at The old town. I will guide you through the "must sees" and ensure you'll explore the Danish Christmas traditions. You will have plenty of time to explore the museum on your own – whether you fancy shopping, tasting the local food or want simply to meet the Danes. In the evening the narrow streets will be lit by oldfashioned oil or gaslamps which enhances the pleasure of walking the streets.
Experience the New District of Aarhus and the Harbour
Aarhus Ø overflows with architectural buildings, water activities and taste experiences. An experience in Aarhus' new district
The Marselisborg Palace Gardens
Guided tour of the palace gardens of HM the Queen's summer residence Marselisborg Palace by enthusiastic and local guide from Aarhus
The Best of Aarhus
Get the perfect introduction to Denmark's 2nd biggest city. Discover Aarhus at its best and get an insight into the Danish culture
Treat Your Taste Buds – Food Tour in Aarhus
During this food walk we visit some of the many specialty food shops in the Aarhus and taste some of their many products
Dokk1 and the Harbour
Experience the harbour of Aarhus and see the largest public library in the Nordics.
We start at Dokk1, a very special building that houses a library and many other functions. From the balcony we have a view of the harbor and some special old and new buildings for example Aarhus Ø. The guide will tell about the Vikings' simple landing place and how the harbour has later developed.
On a tour of the harbour we will see old buildings that have been given new functions, but also listed silos that are still in use.
We will see Jens Galschiøt's new sculpture group that illustrates the conditions of the old dock workers. The guide will explain how the handling of goods has developed from manual work to container transport.
Aarhus; from Vikings to the Top of the Rainbow
The best sights of Aarhus; the cathedral, the Viking museum, the art museum and the open-air museum the Old Town
Aarhus Northern Cemetery
A different history of Aarhus based on the great men and women buried at Nordre Kirkegaard, the Northern Cemetery
Meet Mr. Drakenberg, Holy Niels and the White Ladies from Aarhus
I will introduce you to mysterious persons from Aarhus in an attentive and informal way and surprice you with captivating stories
For Cruise Guests Visiting Aarhus
A smiling tour, proof that we in Denmark truly are among the happiest in the world. Get the best of the best from Aarhus on this tour
Aarhus' Wonderful Parks
Spring, summer and autumn the citizens of Aarhus will go for a picnic, relax or play in the beautiful park next to Marselisborg Palace, the summer residens of the Danish Queen Margrethe II.
Meet the Danes in the Memorial Park, Mindeparken, and enjoy the sight of the sea. In this peaceful park people run, do outdoor fitness and celebrating birthdays underneath the shadow of big trees.
When the royal family is in town people will gather at the entrance of the Marselisborg Palace to catch a glimpse of Queen Margrethe, Crownprince Frederik and his wife Mary and their charming family. Come join us!
The public have acces to the royal park with the beatiful roses and lots of sculptures when the royal family is out of town. Let us go for a walk in the park and imagine ourselves being royal…
Right next to the royal garden is another awesome place of interest – a botanical garden with trees from all over the world. Quiet, astonishing and beautiful.
Explore City Vest, the Church, the New Neighborhood and the Bazar
Be my guests on a visit to exotic places in the west of the city of Aarhus
In the Footsteps of the Vikings
We'll look for links to the very old settlement of the Vikings called Aros while we walk through the streets of Aarhus
Historic Vestergade in the Hidden Back Yards
The historic street Vestergade – with its hidden picturesque back yards
All Streams Lead to – Aarhus River
A guided city walk along Aarhus river towards its estuary.
Historic Frederiksgade – in the hidden backyards
Frederiksgade, Frederik's Street, named after a Danish King is one of the oldest streets in the city of Aarhus and it dates back to the middle ages.
Along the street there was in the middle ages a Carmelite convent and only a few years ago archaeologists discovered its cemetery in the back yard of no. 78. In front of that same adress was the town gate towards Brobjerg, which was then the country side.
Also buildings from the 17th to the 19th century are still preserved in the street and this tour will show you their interesting back yards where you can still see what some of them were used for in the past. The street is also renowned for its many beautiful cast iron gates.
This historic walk can last 1-2 hours according to your wishes and shorter versions are also available.