Getting around in Aarhus

- and how to get there

You need to get to Aarhus before everyone else does! Lonely Planet has named Aarhus (the second largest town in Denmark) one of the 10 European destinations you must see in 2016. Aarhus also happens to be the European Capital of Culture 2017. Visit the many art galleries, museums, the cosy Latin Quarter or the Old Town. And have a taste of the fantastic food. Did you know that a train trip between Copenhagen and Aarhus is only a three hour ride?

Aarhus to/from other Danish cities

If you need to travel from Aarhus to other cities (or the other way around), eg. Copenhagen, Aalborg or Odense, the train is an easy way to get there. And along the way you can enjoy the beautiful Danish countryside through the train window.
Have a look at recommended tickets and at how to buy your tickets

Getting around in Aarhus

Buses in Aarhus are run by the transportation company Midttrafik. Enter the yellow city buses (‘bybus’) through the back door and buy your ticket at the ticket machine in the bus. Or buy a Travel Pass for unlimited travel in Aarhus for 24, 48 or 72 hours.
Read more about local transportation and the different choices of tickets at the Midttrafik homepage 

Exciting city break in Aarhus – what to see

Explore the VisitDenmark website and find all you need to know about visiting Aarhus and its surroundings – find out what to see, where to eat, where to stay and everything else.

Go to VisitDenmark