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City Guide Aarhus Denmark

Visit Aarhus, Denmark's second-largest city. Explore its charming old town, the hipster Latin Quarter with the lots of nice coffee shops, restaurants and fashion and design boutiques. Go to the cobbled alley Møllestien for the picture perfect colourful houses. Neighbourhood Frederiksbjerg has boutiques and eclectic retro stores.




Like Copenhagen, also Aarhus has some really ncie boutique hotels. Stay at the cute Sofs Boutique Hotel or Villa Provence Hotel - A unique French boutique hotel in the heart of Aarhus.



The best Coffee in Aarhus, Denmark


ARoS Café & Orangeri we really enjoyed our coffee and lunch at the ARoS Café & Orangeri in Aarhus. It's inside the ARoS Art Museum with beautiful views.


La Cabra Coffee Roasters Aarhus is a famous place for coffee lovers in the Latin Quarter. They're known for roasting their own beans and offering unique coffee choices from different places. They soon open in New York. Than you know it is a good place.


Fikumdik Cafe is a cozy spot for cofee in Aarhus. Located in an old garage, is really has a nice atmosphere, yummy homemade pastries and good coffee. A great local coffee shop.


Kaj Kiosk - What a nice place for coffee, pastries, beer, wine or any other drink. Great food, ice cream and snacks. Housed in a nice beach house in the trendy harbor area. If you go to Aarhus in summer then this is a nice place, around the corner from the Infinite Bridge so the perfect combo for a beach day or hiking in the neighborhood.


Jumbo Bakery - This is heaven. What a wonderful bakery in Aarhus. And with two locations, you know it's trendy, it's good. The bread and pastries are to die for, as well as the coffee. A must visit if you are in Aarhus.


Mood Coffee Aarhus is a friendly place with a focus on being eco-friendly. They have a wide range of local, high-quality coffees. It's a hit with lots of different coffee tastes.


Monk Coffee is another great coffee bar Monk Coffee with freshly baked, organic bread and good quality coffee.


Nabo Kiosk - Coffee, toast, bread, as well as cider, wine and beer. Add to that a beautiful interior, with design & coziness, plus a nice deli and you get it. Nabo Kiosk is fun. You can relax here all day long, with a nice outdoor patio in the summer, too.


Stillers Coffee make their coffee with care and the place feels like home. At Stillers you drink delicious coffee in the rather hidden but still famous alley on Klostergade in the old Latin Quarter. Years ago, an old chocolate factory was located here.


Street Coffee is a cool local coffee shop in Aarhus. They really get the city vibe. It's a nice place to enjoy your coffee.


The Best Restaurants Aarhus, Denmark


Aarhus Street Food Market is a foodie heaven in Aarhus where you can get all kinds of streetfood from more than 30 local and global joints, right in the middle of the city.


Wine and food bar Capo in Aarhus has small dishes to share with local seasonal produce. Here, too, you drink delicious wine. You can find yourself a spot in the restaurant inside, but also outside during the summer.


Café Drudenfuss is one of Aarhus' oldest cafés in the heart of the Latin Quarter and a popular place for breakfast, lunch and dinner with delicious cocktails and a good atmosphere. Known for its snug vibes and jummy treats.


Café Fika is where you go for a proper Swedish-style coffee break and organic & homemade food. They've got coffee brews that'll wake you up and freshly baked goodies that hit the spot.


Café Gaya is all about mixing up food flavours with organic, vegetarian and predominantly vegan dishes that blend different tastes from around the world. Location Frederiksbjerg.


Restaurant Il Locale - here you feast on delicious Artisan sourdough pizza, antipasti with a glass of natural wine or a beer. Fun and casual. Have you checked out the dessert menu yet? Yum.


Restaurant Langhoff & Juul is all about fancy, yet down-to-earth fine dining. They cook up dishes with the best ingredients, so you're in for a meal you won't forget. Enjoy time at theire Boutique Hotel & Restaurant at the seaside of Ebeltoft or book the restaurant in the Latin Quarter in Aarhus.


Løve’s Bog- og Vincafé is a place where literature, food & wine come together. It's a cosy spot for bookworms and foodies with a selection of fine wines and tasty dishes.


Restaurant Nordisk Spisehus is all about celebrating Nordic cuisine and flavors from around the world. A modern Danish restaurant.


Salling Rooftop and Roofgarden is a stunning terrace where you get epic views of Aarhus along with some seriously posh nosh. It's perfect for foodies looking for a killer panoramic experience. Located at the top of the Salling department store.


The Best Things To Do Aarhus, Denmark


Visiting the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum was one of the highlights of my trip. Make sure to pay a visit to the spectacular work Your Rainbow Panorama, a 150-metre long circular rainbow walkway on the roof of the museum offering specatacular views of the city of Aarhus.


Aarhus Dokk1 is a beautiful architectural building located at Aarhus harbor. A cultural center with a large library, exhibitions and all kinds of events. Nice to visit.

That the Danes are good at design and architecture also proves Isbjerget, The Iceberg. This is the tallest building in Denmark. For the most beautiful and best view of Isbjerget and Aarhus, go to the Lighthouse next door. At the top you will find restaurant Bavn.


On the Infinite Bridge by Varna and Ballehage Beach in Aarhus you keep walking forever with no end in sight. Great for a day at the beach or hiking in the area.


The Latin Quarter in Aarhus is the hipster district where you will find hip coffee shops and nice second-hand shops. The most favorite neighborhood in the city, where a coffee at La Cabra should not be missed. Walk through the famous Møllestien. Here you see the picture perfect Danish colored houses.



Marselisborg Palace is a royal residence of the Danish royal family in Aarhus. It has been the summer and Christmas residence of Queen Margrethe II since 1967.


Of course, you can always visit the viking museum Moesgaard and the open-air museum Den Gamble By. Aarhus also has a botanical garden where you can stroll and relax.





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