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Latinerkvarteret i Aarhus

Quarters in Aarhus

Photo: Kim Wyon, VisitDenmark

The Latin Quarter, Vestergade, Trøjborg and Aarhus Ø - in Aarhus you can choose between the cosy, old, cobbled streets or the new close to the water. But they all have one thing in commom - the "hygge", the friendly locals and the unique atmosphere of the city.

You can explore the unique restaurant scene in Aarhus in the different atmospheric cityscapes in the centre of the city. When strolling from one corner to the next it is like travelling from Paris to Barcelona in the blink of an eye.

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The Latin Quarter
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The Latin Quarter

The Latin Quarter is the oldest and one of the most charming quarters in Aarhus. It grew up between the late 14th century after the city had been given permission to demolish the old Viking fortificat...

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Vestergade district
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Vestergade district

Shopping in Vestergade is for the style-conscious, determined shopper. Here you can find almost all your heart could desire. With its beautifully maintained shop fronts, this splendid street in the ce...

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Mejlgade
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Mejlgade

Mejlgade is known for its hip urban environment and there is a long string of fine eating places. You could stroll down the street from the Cathedral to the Østbanetorvet square, simply enjoying the a...

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The Frederiksbjerg Quarter
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The Frederiksbjerg Quarter

The popular district Frederiksbjerg is for connoisseurs and gourmets. Here you enjoy life to the full, and you owe yourself to pay a visit to the streets in Frederiksbjerg - M.P. Bruunsgade, Jægergård...

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The Frederiksgade precinct
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The Frederiksgade precinct

This short and friendly side street branching off the pedestrianised high street 'Strøget' is usually a quieter place to go shopping with a fine string of cosy shops.

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Aarhus Ø - Aarhus East
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Aarhus Ø - Aarhus East

Aarhus Ø is a quarter which has been constructed by the expansion of the habour area close to the city centre.

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The Streets of Trøjborg
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The Streets of Trøjborg

Do not miss out on a visit at the Trøjborg quarter. Here, you will meet lots of artists, architects and students.

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Strøget - The pedestrianised high street
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Strøget - The pedestrianised high street

The pedestrianised high street "Strøget" is 850 metres long and is a unique shopping street and the city’s nerve-centre, connecting the very best shopping precincts in the city centre.

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