General tourist information for visiting researchers

Aarhus

Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark. You can read more about Aarhus and the history of the city HERE

Information about attractions, hotels, current events etc. can be found at the Visit Aarhus website

Aarhus University was established in 1928. You can read more about the history of the university HERE

The university is known for its beautiful architecture. Aarhus University’s buildings and the University Park in Aarhus are listed among the 12 most important architectural icons in Denmark in the Canon of Danish Art and Culture. You can read more about the architecture at Aarhus University HERE

Find your way around campus by using the building map

CON AMORE Mini Guide

The CON AMORE Mini Guide to Aarhus can be downloaded HERE   

Transportation

Public transportation is well organized and reliable

If you need to travel by train or bus you can plan your journey in Denmark, locally and nationally (choose English or German in the upper right corner) HERE.

Specifically for the buses in Aarhus: It is possible to buy a ticket on board the bus (DKK 20,00 for 2 zones).

The following buses, among others, go through downtown Aarhus (Park Allé/Banegårdspladsen) and stop close to the university:

Rute 1 A towards Vejlby/Skejbyparken
Rute 12 towards Mejlby
Rute 16 towards Mejlby/Elev
Rute 18 towards Lystrup
Rute 100 towards Hornslet
Rute 200 towards Hinnerup/Hammel

A map of the bus stops in Park Allé/Banegårdspladsen can be found HERE.

In addition, Aarhus light rail (Letbanen) operates from Aarhus railway station to Skejby past the university where it has two stops.  

Please visit the bus company website (Midttrafik) for more information about the busses and Letbanen in English.