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The second-largest city in Denmark, Aarhus is a fascinating place to explore with many historic sites and numerous festivals held here throughout the year.
Pick up your rental car from Aarhus Airport and explore this colourful pocket of Denmark in your own time.
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The North Jutland area of Denmark is a popular choice for holidays with both Danes and international travellers. Offering glorious beaches, forests and opportunities for hiking, cycling and enjoying nature, there’s something to suit all ages and tastes.
Drive for 30 minutes from Aalborg Airport (via Route 583) and enjoy the 6km stretch of sand at Bisnap Beach. Ideal for those with young children, this popular tourist spot between Hals and Hou lies just 30km east of Aalborg and has a large parking area and toilet facilities.
If you’re in search of family fun, drive for around 35 minutes (via Route 11 and Route 55) from Aalborg Airport to the woods between the towns of Blokhus and Løkken, where Fårup Sommerland lies. This popular amusement park caters for all ages with many attractions including a water park, 4D cinema, playground and rollercoaster.
The Renaissance Voergaard Castle is just a 30-minute drive (via the E45) from Aalborg Airport and is a definite must-see. The castle houses a fine collection of art including works by Rafael and Rubens. The oldest section of the building dates back to around 1481.
Many attractions await you in Aalborg and North Jutland. Just pick up your rental from Aalborg Airport and start your tour.
Aalborg Airport is around a 15-minute drive (via Thistedvej and Route 55) from Aalborg – a modern and diverse city offering a selection of museums, restaurants and cutting edge attractions.
The impressive waterfront area with its promenade, park, playground and array of restaurants is a fine example of urban regeneration. There’s also an outdoor pool area open during the summer months. Don’t forget to check out the Utzon Center – a perfect example of Aalborg’s love of cutting edge design and architecture.
Another building worth checking out is Musikkens Hus (House of Music). Aside from its unusual architectural design, it hosts a variety of concerts and performances and behind the scenes tours.
Discover one of Aalborg’s most unusual attractions by venturing three metres beneath one of the city’s busiest shopping streets. The Franciscan Friary Museum can be reached by an elevator outside a department store and features an old chapel, walled cellar and displays documenting its excavation and history.
If you’re looking for outdoor activities, head to Østerdalen – a large valley that the river Glåma (the largest and longest in Norway) runs through. Just a 25-minute drive from Aalborg Airport, you’ll be able to spot numerous birds and animals within the 100 hectares of water meadows, lakes and forest.
Explore Aalborg and North Jutland from the comfort of your Avis hire car.
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