With 123,000 inhabitants, Aalborg is Denmark’s fourth biggest city and here, you can experience all the facets of city life within an easily accessible area. From idyllic streets and lovely old houses to modern cafes. From quiet oases to bubbling entertainment.
Aalborg’s streets are full of life: Enjoy a beer in the local micro-brewery, have a cup of coffee in one of the many cafes, or visit the cool shops located in the many cosy and narrow streets.
Aalborg offers a great variety of sights and attractions. Jens Bang’s Stonehouse is considered the most beautiful middle-class Renaissance house in Northern Europe. Northern Jutland’s Art Museum has a large and wonderful collection of Danish and international art from 1900 to this day. Aalborg Zoo is Scandinavia’s second largest zoological gardens. Tivoliland is Aalborg’s large entertainment park full of fun and unique attractions.
Close to Aalborg, you find cosy market towns, gentle beaches and Vildmosen Moor with its unspoiled and untouched nature. The Vildmosen Moor is a large nature area with wild animals and birds – Denmark’s answer to the East African savannah. Another interesting place to go is Lindholm Høje which is a burial ground from the Early Iron Age and the Viking Age.
The many small food producers in the vicinity of Aalborg deliver fresh produce to the local restaurants of the city. Late summer honey, a great selection of berries, mussels and freshly picked mushrooms is just a few of the things that provide guests to Aalborg with a special culinary experience.