Europe Stories

Aarhus, Denmark

Only after I came back from Aarhus, I found out that it’s the second-largest city in Denmark. Judging by the airport, it certainly doesn’t seem large to me.

There’s a bus from the airport that takes you to city centre and it costs 100 danish crowns per adult (that is around 10 pounds).

The city is very simple, with long streets, natural landscapes and while you enjoy this kind of countryside view, right in the town center, an art museum called AROS will get your attention 😀

Now, if want to see how Danish used to live in the old days, go back in time and experiment Den Gamble By – Old town Museum. I highly recommend it 🙂

Another thing to do in Aarhus is to feed deer. There is this park, called Marselisborg Deer Park, where people go to feed the animals.

With all these natural landscapes, Aarhus has enough km of beach and Bellevue Beach is one of them. I liked that there were some narrow wood bridges on the water 😉

Photos: Århus

I found this part of Denmark as a peaceful and relaxing one. I am looking forward to visit Copenhagen 🙂

Until next time, put your travels on repeat 😉


By R0xana S.

Born in Romania in the 90's, got a Bachelor's and a Master of Arts in my pockets and with them I got my way into this huge world. Currently living in England, but deeply in love with everything connected to France and Italy. I travel for 3 years and now I decided to write about my travels. Still figuring out about blogging

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