Arhus Sights and Landmarks Guide, Denmark
Recognized as the “Capital of Jutland” and the second largest city in Denmark, Arhus does not disappoint in terms of tourist destinations. The city provides many sights from historical to cultural, to recreational. The list of Arhus Sights has something for every kind of tourist.
Arhus Sights – Cultural Landmarks
Touring the city of Arhus, visitors will find themselves basking along the cultural sites of the city. Arhus has some of the most striking castles and churches in Denmark. Tourists will surely enjoy their exploration of the city when they visit these places of culture and history.
Clausholm Castle and Park. Constructed in the 1690s, this site is considered as one of the most stunning and comprehensive Baroque architectures found in Denmark. The castle used to be the residence of King Frederick IV from 1718 to 1730. The castle underwent renovations and the present guise is a distinctive example of Baroque style.
Arhus Cathedral. Known as the longest church, the Arhus Cathedral houses the largest organ and a large number of frescos. Apart from these recognitions, the cathedral is also Denmark’s biggest artistic medieval treasure. The frescos found inside the church are a wonder to behold.
Arhus Sights – Museums
Some of the most remarkable museums in Europe are found in Arhus. Artworks, sculptures, and artifacts are housed in these museums and can be viewed by the public.
ARoS Arhus Art Museum. The chief museum of the city and one of the biggest museums in Northern Europe, ARoS has a 5-star rating from tourists and art enthusiasts. The main floor of the museum provides principal special artwork presentations. The corridors on the upper floors have 19th century to present day art displays. Visitors of the museum can also eat at a restaurant found at the top floor of ARoS.
Moesgard Museum. This museum is located at the Moesgard Manor in the south woods of the city. Excellent archaeological artifacts showing prehistoric Denmark are displayed as permanent exhibitions of the museum. A 2000 year old Grauballe man, considered as Denmark’s most eminent archaeological treasure can be found here. Add to this, weapons produced during the Iron Age are also exhibited in Moesgard.
Arhus Sights – Recreation and Leisure
Arhus Sights also offer a number of places where visitors can relax and have fun. The city’s leisure areas will definitely bring smile and satisfaction to tourists.
Denmark’s Japanese Garden. Visiting the Japanese garden brings peace, tranquility and harmony to every visitor. This garden is recognized as an “Oasis of Harmony”. Oriental dishes and Japanese whiskey are served at the café found in the garden.
Ega Marina. One of the biggest yacht harbors in Denmark, the Ega Marina is a haven for sailors who prefer a more tranquil harbor. The Marina offers sailing activities and windsurfing lessons for visitors.
Besides Arhus Sights, there are a lot of other things to enjoy in Denmark and the rest of Europe. You can check the magnificent attractions listed in Odense Sights as well as the remarkable tourist destinations presented in Aalborg Sights.
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