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Located in the geographical center of Denmark, Aarhus is the capital of the Jutland Peninsula. The city proper has a population in excess of 280,000 people, and the wider metropolitan area numbers over 1.3 million residents.
It wasn't always this way. Like many Danish towns, Aarhus began as a fortified Viking settlement. Probably founded sometime in the 8th century, the first written record of the city dates back to 948. This makes it one of the oldest cities in the country.
Aarhus' natural harbor made it an obvious location for a port, and this was the main driver of the city's economy for centuries. Central to trade within Denmark and beyond, the town grew until it was granted market town privileges in 1441. In the 17th century, the port's importance saw the town attacked by Swedish troops during Denmark's war with its neighbor. German forces also occupied it during the 19th century.
As the Industrial Revolution swept through Denmark, Aarhus grew rapidly to become the country's second-biggest city. Nowadays, it is a cultural and economic hub, one of the major ports in the area, and the home of Scandinavia's largest university. As a result, it has the youngest population of any Danish city and is the fastest-growing town in the country.
Aarhus is a city that faces the future. But that doesn't mean it has to turn its back on the past. As one of the country's oldest cities with one of its youngest populations, Aarhus offers the best of both past and future to visitors.
Step back in time at Den Gamble By. This living museum uses actors to re-create Danish life in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The authentic historic buildings of the village add to the strange feeling of being transported to the past
Visit one of the largest art museums in Europe at ARoS. Focusing mostly on Danish art, this museum gives you a crash course in the country's culture. It's also worth visiting for the ruthlessly modern building and its famous rainbow panorama that gives an exceptional view over the city.
Have some fun at Tivoli Friheden. Just like the better-known Tivoli Gardens in the capital Copenhagen, this urban amusement park has roller coasters, rides, games, and plenty of places to eat.
See more of Aarhus' past at the stunning Domkirke. This impressive cathedral dates back to the 1200s, and is the biggest church in Denmark. Inside, it contains medieval frescoes and a 15th-century altar that is considered one of the country's artistic treasures.
Lose yourself in the lively Latin Quarter. This quaint neighborhood is named after the famous Latin Quarter in Paris. The neighborhood may date back to the 1300s, but it's still one of the liveliest parts of town, especially at night. Explore restaurants, bars, and cafés, and rub shoulders with the locals.
Aarhus airport is small but offers flights to Copenhagen and to London. A 45-minute bus ride connects the airport with the city.
The train from Copenhagen to Aarhus takes around three hours. Long-distance buses also connect the two cities, offering a cheaper way to get to Aarhus.
The city is well served by an extensive bus network, and many of the bus routes stop outside the train station, making it easy to reach just about any part of the city.
Aarhus is a big city, but it's a very walkable one. Also, thanks to its flatness, it's a perfect place to get around by bike, and this is how most locals travel. But whether you choose to get around on foot or on two wheels, you'll want a place to leave your heavy bags.
By partnering with local businesses, Bounce ensures you'll easily find luggage storage in Aarhus. Drop off any size of bags for as long as you need and enjoy your Danish vacation.
Dokk 1: One of Aarhus's most striking buildings, Dokk 1 is a modern cultural center located in the city's harbor area. Its eye-catching angular design makes the building worth seeing just for its architecture. It houses the city library and also regularly hosts traveling exhibitions. Also, don't forget to check out the world's largest tubular bell inside the building. Every time a baby is delivered in the nearby hospital, the bell chimes. Don't forget to drop off any heavy bags at a luggage storage in Aarhus before you visit.
Ebeltoft: See a quieter side of Denmark at the charming coastal village of Ebeltoft. Less than an hour outside Aarhus, this market town with its timbered houses and cobblestone streets is the perfect place to spend an afternoon visiting quirky shops and dining in small family-run restaurants. The beautiful harbor is the ideal place for a stroll, and the town sits close to Mols Berge National Park for extra scenic beauty.
Ega Engso: Experience a wilder side of Denmark at Ega Engso. Just outside the city, this artificial lake was created in the 1950s. Since then, it has become an important wildlife habitat, especially for birds. The flocks of white storks that call the lake home are fascinating to see, and there are many bird hides where you can stop for a while and observe the local wildlife. It's also a great place to stretch your legs on the hiking trail around the lake. Make sure to leave any heavy bags at a luggage storage shop in Aarhus before you visit.
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The price for luggage storage in Aarhus is just €5.00/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Aarhus which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Botanical Garden, Aarhus Cathedral, Marselisborg Palace and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Aarhus.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Aarhus. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Aarhus where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Symphonic Hall, L'estragon, and Thors Mølle. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Aarhus are Wakeup Aarhus, BB-Hotel Aarhus Havnehotellet, and Zleep.
Aarhus offers several scenic parks including Botanical Garden, Marselisborg Dyrehave, and Tivoli Friheden .
You can find local tourist information at Tourist Information and Map board.