Aalborg brings you big city life, renowned architecture, international art, shopping, a wonderful promenade and world-class food.
Looking for new horizons? Just one hour from Amsterdam lies Aalborg, the gate to Denmark's north!
Explore the 5 must-see attractions in the north of Denmark. Dip your toes in both seas at the same time, enjoy fantastic modern and historic artworks and savour every bite at the many fantastic restaurants! Where will you visit first?
Kunsten is like a sculpture growing out of the greenery around it to create a beautiful frame for world-class art. Every year Kunsten welcomes countless guests to explore the collection of modern art....
Go exploring in Aalborg and discover all the great new street art the city has to offer.
Skagen’s Museum is an internationally reputable museum dedicated to the painters of Skagen, the artist colony with painters such as Krøyer, Anna & Michael Ancher, Tuxen and others, who settled in Skag...
Grenen is a unique natural phenomenon, it is where the two seas Skagerak and Kattegat meet, and the waves culminate with each other.
The Dune of Råbjerg Mile is the largest migrating dune in Denmark. You can’t avoid sand in your shoes after a trip in the “mile”, but in return you will be greeted by a sight you will not find anywher...
You can easily get around the city by foot or public transport. There are excellent bus and train connections to the other parts of North Jutland, for example the direct train to Frederikshavn and Skagen. If you want to have your own car during your visit, car rental options are readily available at Aalborg Airport.