Tourist Information

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It's easy to be a tourist in Aarhus

Here you will find a lot of information and inspiration to your stay and also how to get the best tourist information about attractions, events, shopping, restaurants, accommodation, transport, and much more in town.

You can either visit more than 30 locations (see on map below) in and around the city, download the VisitAarhus app or ask us on different places in Aarhus.

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Welcome - and have a great time in Aarhus!

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Practical Information

Getting to Denmark and Aarhus is easy. Denmark is a peninsula in Northern Europe, which means you can go by car or train from any of the North European countries.

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Download the VisitAarhus App to everything you need to know before and during your visit to Aarhus.

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What should you see and experience when you are in Aarhus, and how can you get tourist information and inspiration to the many experiences in the city?

Find tips and ideas on this page while you are in Aarhus. Through the touch screens all over the city, the Aarhus app or employees at VisitAarhus you can also get ideas and suggestions for attractions, events, shopping, restaurants, transport and much more.

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Call 112 in the event of serious injury or life-threatening illness. You will be put through to a healthcare worker, who will ensure that you get help. Tell then your name and where you're calling from.

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Aarhus Løve Apotek
Store Torv 5
8000 Aarhus C
Phone: + 45 86120022.

Opening hours: every day from 6 am - 12 am.

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If you require emergency dental treatment, any dentist that is part of the National Health Service in Denmark may be contacted. Visits to the dentist are always paid in cash.

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Here you will find an overview of where to park in Aarhus.

Parking in Aarhus

When you get to Aarhus it is useful to know where you can park without getting a fine. Get an overview here.

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Are you driving to Aarhus in a bus or motorhome? Then it could be nice to know, where you can park.

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You can store your luggage in lockers at the train station. The storage lockers are electronically activated and by the use of credit cards only – all international credit cards are accepted.

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In Aarhus you have the opportunity to use public restrooms several places in Aarhus City. The toilets are handicap friendly and always open.

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It's up to the individual camping site to decide whether you need a camping pass.

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Here you will find an overview of the official bank holidays. 

Bank Holidays

If you are a non-EU resident and a tourist in Denmark, you are entitled to a VAT refund for goods purchased during your stay.

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The ordinary opening hours for shops in Aarhus are:

Mon – Thurs: 10 am – 6 pm
Friday: 10 am – 7 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday (first and last Sunday of the month): 11 am –  4 pm

If you are on a shopping trip in Aarhus during Easter, Christmas or another holiday, the opening hours will vary. 

See the charging stations for electric cars in Aarhus right here.