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Car Park in Aarhus

Parking in Aarhus

Parking in Aarhus

Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark. It was founded by the Vikings on the Jutland peninsula and is increasingly attracting the attention of travellers and becoming an emerging European destination for long weekend trips, festivals, art and food - and also for those who want to go beyond the capital Copenhagen.

The streets of Aarhus are characterised by being narrow and old, due to its great historical identity. So we advise you to visit the Parkimeter website or app and reserve your parking space to enjoy the city without worries.

The city of Aarhus

The Vikings founded Aarhus as a trading city around 900 AD. Be sure to visit the Latin Quarter, the oldest district, characterised by cobblestone alleys surrounding churches and half-timbered houses, stroll through the Møllestien Passage, the most beautiful street in Aarhus with its fairytale facades.

The best places to explore local history are Den Gamle By (Old Town), an excellent open-air museum to visit old Aarhus and see recreations of neighbourhoods from 1927 to 1974, and the Moesgaard, a futuristic building with exhibits on culture and ethnography. Also visit the Viking Museum, an underground museum that explores the identity of the city.