We fly direct from Gothenburg, Oslo and Stockholm to Aarhus.
Bringing you exceptional service is our highest priority. We therefore offer a full in-flight service on all our scheduled flights, including meals, snacks and drinks, newspapers, one item of baggage, hand baggage and excellent service.
From Aarhus Airport you can easily and quickly get to the centre of the city, as buses are scheduled according to arrival and departure times of our flights. From the airport there are also bus services to towns such as Randers and Ebeltoft. Learn more here.
Aarhus is Denmark's second largest city and the centre of many large companies. The city is visited by many tourists every yearand is bursting with attractions, experiences and events of all kinds. Here you can find exciting exhibitions, large and small concerts, theater and dance performance as well as exquisite restaurants, welcoming cafes and much, much more. No matter when you visit, there is always something going on in Aarhus.
Aarhus is the shopping metropolis of western Denmark. Among other things Aarhus offers a one-kilometer long shopping street and everywhere in the city you will find unique and diverse shopping opportunities. Specialty shops, department stores, cafés, restaurants and more means you’ll find everything you need. A shopping highlight is a visit to the unique and cobbled Latin Quarter, the oldest preserved neighborhood in Aarhus. Here you can find designer clothes and crafts for those who are looking for something a bit different.
Visiting the city's many museums and theaters is highly recommended for culture fans. Aarhus has several attractions that are renowned around the world, including ARoS, The Old Town and the Moesgaard Museum.
If you are interested in architecture, the Aarhus City Hall and Musikhuset (Concert Hall), located right next to each other, won’t fail to impress. At the harbour you can find countless examples of contemporary examples. Dokk1 is the new Library and Citizens’ centre at the Port of Aarhus andthe key building in the Urban Media Space project , which converts Aarhus inner harbour from an industrial area to more urban spaces.
During late August and early September one of Northern Europe's largest cultural festivals place takes place in Aarhus. The Aarhus Festuge encompasses various art forms of dance, theatre, exhibitions, classical and popular music, opera, children's culture, sports and entertainment, with a different theme each year. Discover more.
Aarhus is known for its music and inspires a vibrant music scene. Many major Danish groups and singers either originate from Aarhus or have had their breakthrough there. Enjoy a concert or performance at venues throughout the city, or visit in June to enjoy North Side, one of Denmark’s largest annual music festivals, near the centre of the city. See more.
Find out more about Aarhus and the city's many sights and attractions here.