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  • Duration 3 hours
  • Level medium
  • Restrictions The duration of the excursion is approximate, it will be subject to the time of arrival of the ship and disembarkation of the passengers.
  • Dress We recommend wearing comfortable, casual seasonal clothing and sturdy walking shoes.
  • Type Cultural, Active, Scenic
  • Size Standard
  • Food/Beverage Standard
  • Leaves from cruise ship pier



Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark. Enjoy this tourist "must" within our excursions for cruises in Denmark in Spanish. The mix of youthful energy and glorious past makes Aarhus a special city. In fact, it is one of the oldest cities in the country, officially founded in 1441 (although some studies place that date in the year 700). Explore this city full of contrasts, with an ancient culture and rich universities.

There is the first open-air museum in the world, "Den Gamle By", next to the second largest Cathedral in northern Europe (13th century); This Cathedral is the largest in Denmark, it is dedicated to Saint Clement -patron saint of sailors- and combines Gothic and Romanesque elements. The almost 300,000 inhabitants of Aarhus stroll and relax in the Memorial Park ("Mindeparken"), near the summer residence of the Kings of Denmark: Marselisborg Palace.

Our guides in Spanish will explain every detail on this tour so you don't miss anything and enjoy your cruise to the fullest!

Arrival of the ship.

The guide waits in the port with the sign “Shorexc”, under the white sails, past the Information booth.

During this tour we will visit with our guide the most important places in the city.

Departure of the Excursion. On the tour we will pass Aarhus Bay and the University, which has the most beautiful location in Denmark.

Visit of the Aarhus Cathedral.

Visit to the world's first open-air museum: "The Old Town" ("Den Gamle By"). The buildings of the city are a sample of architecture from various eras, from constructions dating from 1700 to the most modern, dating from 1974.

We will continue the panoramic bus tour passing by Marselisborg Palace – the summer residence of the Danish royal family – and the Memorial Park (“Mindeparken”), one of the best places in the city to relax outdoors.

Later, we will pass through the center of the city through the "Frederiksbjerg" district, being able to see the Aarhus Auditorium, its Art Museum and its City Hall.

Return to the Port.

End of the Excursion



 Excursion price $62,00 $58,00  Free
 Tickets to Aarhus Cathedral + Open Air Museum “The Old Town” $31,00 $31,00 Free
 Excursion Total $93,00 $89,00  Free
                               Price when a 49-seater bus is completed

More Info:

  1. History: Aarhus has a rich history dating back to the Viking Age. It became an important trading center during the Middle Ages and has continued to grow in significance over the centuries.

  2. Culture and Arts: Aarhus is known for its vibrant cultural scene. The city is home to numerous museums, galleries, and theaters. The ARoS Aarhus Art Museum is a prominent cultural institution, known for its contemporary art collections and iconic rainbow panorama.

  3. Education: Aarhus is a major educational hub in Denmark. It is home to Aarhus University, one of the country's largest and most prestigious universities, contributing to the city's youthful and dynamic atmosphere.

  4. Economy: The city has a diverse and strong economy, with sectors such as information technology, research and development, and trade playing significant roles. Aarhus has a bustling business district and is an important economic center in Denmark.

  5. Architecture: Aarhus features a mix of historic and modern architecture. Notable structures include the Aarhus Cathedral, which dates back to the 12th century, and the modernistic Aarhus City Hall.

  6. Harbor: The city's harbor, Aarhus Havn, is an important port in Denmark. It has played a crucial role in the city's development and continues to be a key element in Aarhus' economic activities.

  7. Music and Festivals: Aarhus hosts various music festivals and events, contributing to its lively cultural scene. The Aarhus International Jazz Festival and the NorthSide Festival are among the notable events that attract music enthusiasts.

  8. Green Spaces: Aarhus is known for its commitment to sustainability and green initiatives. The city has many parks and green spaces, providing residents and visitors with recreational areas.

  9. Transportation: Aarhus has a well-developed transportation infrastructure, including a comprehensive bus network and a light rail system. The city is also accessible by road and has a busy port.

  10. Quality of Life: Aarhus consistently ranks high in quality of life surveys. It offers a mix of cultural amenities, educational opportunities, and a generally high standard of living.


  •  Bus
  •  Guide in Inglish.
  •  Tickets:

 - Cathedral.
– Open Air Museum: “The Old Town” (“Den Gamle By”).



  • Discount for children, applied only to individual excursions.
  • Not combinable with other offers.
  • It is essential to send a copy of the child's Identity Document.
  • From 13 years pay as an adult.
  • 3 hour excursion.

 The duration of the excursion is approximate, it will be subject to the time of arrival of the ship and disembarkation of the passengers.

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