The city is one of the happiest cities on earth, located on the east coast of the Jutland Peninsula, 115 miles northwest of the capital. It is famous for its international art galleries and impressive architecture that interfaces with the beautiful beach and green forests that add mysterious magic to the city.
The culturally rich city celebrates the week of the Aarhus Festival, which is one of the most popular festivals in Europe, in addition to the Food Festival, Spot and Northside Music Festival, while adventures begin in the area surrounding the city and one of its most important tourist attractions is “Jelling Rune Stones” which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The city is par excellence youth, with more than 13% of the population being students, about 350,000 people live, and 1.2 million people live in the Greater Aarhus region, but most of the shops and exciting places are concentrated in a small area that can be explored on foot.
The city of cafes is famous for the most delicious food, as Michelin-starred restaurants are spread all over the place. Young people can also enjoy fast food on the streets. In February 2019, the city hosted the Michelin North Guide Gala for the first time, cementing its reputation as the best food-tasting city.

Although it is a Viking castle, the city includes the 14th-century Latin Quarter, the beating heart of a city and a destination for visitors who come to shop in luxury fashion stores, buy jewelry, spend quality time in cafes, walk on beautiful paved streets to the Aarhus Museum which It welcomes its visitors through the “rainbow panorama”, which is a circular pathway with a length of 150 meters, where you can look at the city through the stained glass that moves slowly across the full color spectrum.
The summer residence of the Danish royal family is one of the most famous landmarks of the city, and was built at the beginning of the twentieth century, and can be entered when the queen resides in one of its other Danish palaces and visit the amazing rose garden.

The “Den Gamle By” Museum offers a different experience, where visitors can see more than 70 wooden houses brought from all over the country, and re-installed to be a market for the city during the era of Hans Christian Andersen in 1974. It is possible to move between small museums by riding a horse-drawn cart and visiting Every building, store and workshop see the craftsmen doing their trade.

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