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Aarhus Museum Tur is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Aarhus, Central Denmark, Denmark that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and is accessible year-round.

Length 1.9 mi Elevation gain 91 ft Route type Point to Point
Wheelchair friendly Kid friendly Stroller friendly Walking Paved River Views City walk Historic site
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A panorama walk in a rainbow, the live experience of people and a town from the time of Hans Christian Andersen, a crucifix with a "Viking Christ," Danish modernist buildings, and the beauty of the bay and woods around the Royal Palace Marselisborg. The density of attractions is very high in Aarhus - there is lots to do here. Nonetheless many say that the real attraction of Aarhus is the people. Aarhus is also called the City of Smiles-10% of these smiles belong to university students, as Aarhus is a lively university city.

This as an all year tour so dress accordingly. Opening hours: Opening hours of museums and attractions are subject to change throughout the year. Most museums are closed on Mondays. Transport: In Aarhus you can easily get from one place to the other by walking or biking. City Bikes: In summer grab a city bike. Enter a DKK 20 coin in the slot and get your money back when returning it to a stand. Bike stands are found near points of interest. Buses: The yellow buses take you round the city. A ticket is valid for 2 hours and bought with 20 DKK from automats inside the bus. Or buy discounted multi-ride tickets from kiosks.

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