Aarhus Cruises

Cityscape of Aarhus in Denmark
Cityscape of Aarhus in Denmark

Cruises to Denmark

Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city is packed with interesting and exciting places for visitors to explore. An elegant mix of quaint, historic charm and modern, cosmopolitan culture, there is plenty to see and do in Aarhus.

Known as the ‘city of cafes’, there are many places to enjoy a delicious coffee among the narrow streets of the town and there are also many bars, restaurants and shops to discover too.[ReadMoreMob] In the town centre you will also find the unique and controversial Åarhus Radhus (town hall), where the best views of the city can be had from the 60 metre clock tower. The Forhistorisk Museum Moesgard is also worth a visit, with its unique collection of prehistoric artefacts, including the town’s most famous inhabitant – 2,000-year-old Graubelle Man, found preserved in a nearby bog in 1952.

Den Gamle By (The Old Town) is a wonderful open-air museum with about 80 buildings from all over Denmark, dating from the 17th- and 18th-centuries, while a trip to the Arhus Kunstmuseum is also recommended.

Cruises

Welcome to Denmark
Welcome to Denmark

Departs: Newcastle • Fri 15 May 2020
7 nights • Balmoral • L2008

  • With four diverse destinations welcoming you to one of the world’s friendliest and happiest countries, you’re in for a wholesome, enriching experience throughout this special Danish adventure.
  • Explore Fredericia after friendly locals greet your arrival with a traditional ceremonial welcome; and perhaps enjoy a complementary Danish hotdog in Aalborg before take the day to explore the city.
  • Docking close to the centre of Copenhagen allows for an easy exploration Denmark’s capital, with its many attractions, while another warm welcome awaits in Aarhus, a memorable final stop.

From £999pp

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