Getting Around

WALKING:
The entire city is clean, compact and well-organised, which makes walking an excellent and enjoyable way to get around.

BY TAXI:
To book a taxi, please call this telephone number (+45) 8948 4848 or ask your hotel receptionist.There is also a taxi stand right outside the main exit of the train station and conveniently located taxi stands all over the city.

BY BUS:
Midttrafik, the municipal bus company, runs the yellow buses in the city. The bus route number is indicated at the front and the back of the bus and the destination is displayed at the front and above the rear door. Aarhus is the only city in Denmark where passengers enter through the back door and exit through the front. Every bus is equipped with a ticket machine and a validation machine at the back of the bus. You can purchase single and multi-ride tickets.

Bus tickets for travel within the city limits (Municipality of Aarhus limits) cost 20 DKK. Ten-ride tickets are also available which vary in price depending on how far you want to go. Cheaper off-peak ten ride tickets are also available but cannot be used during rush-hour. Please check the Midttrafik website for more information on busses and city links. You can also buy an inexpensive Aarhus Pass from the city tourist office which covers all bus transport and most museums and attractions.

From downtown Aarhus to the venue
Take bus 2A – direction ‘Skejby Sygehus’.
Your stop is ‘Paludan-Müllers Vej/Finlandsgade’. It is right next to the shopping centre Storcenter Nord. The bus departs several times every hour.
It takes around 20 minutes to get to your destination.​

BY BIKE:
Denmark is an ideal country for cycling. There are not many (very) steep hills and there are many safe cycling paths. Urban conditions for cyclists are constantly being improved. Look out for the special cyclists’ routes (cykelruter) and cycle paths (cykelstier).

Rent a bikehttp://www.visitaarhus.com/ln-int/rent-bike-cycling-aarhus-gdk900818