The Old Town
Start the day with a journey to the past. During the summer, there are always extra many players in the Old City, who intend to live in another time. They make food, chop burn, knit or expedite customers in the stores. They make the museum alive, and a visit to the Old City is therefore always a new experience.
The Old Town has become a little younger in recent years due to enlargement; 1974 district. Here you can see how life in the happy seventies was lived, and many will be able to recognize things from their own childhood homes in the differently decorated seventies.
Take a bus from Tangkrogen. Several lines drive around the Old Town. Alternatively, you can hop on the bike or stroll all the way if you are in a hurry for a little longer walk.
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At Permanent you have access to an old-fashioned bathing center 2.5 km north of Aarhus city center. The Permanente is a sea bath with lifeguards, dressing rooms, kiosks, toilets and faucets. And in addition, there are changing rooms with closed men's and women's wards.
Take a packed lunch and enjoy it in the sun or buy a French hot dog in the kiosk. Do you need a little more in your stomach, a visit to Sjette Frederiks Kro is worth a try. The inn is just above the Permanente and from the inn's terrace you have an exquisite view over Aarhus Bay.
Take the bicycle via the Salon road or bike path along the beach and you will come straight to The Permanent. Are you driving by bus? Line 20 as close to the water's edge as possible.
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End the day with a walk in Tivoli Friheden, located just a few hundred meters from Marselisborg Harbor. There are more than 4 slides, 40 rides, stalls, games and playgrounds, so there should be something for everyone, both children and adults.
If you come on a friday, you can enjoy Fed Fredag concert on the stage where some of the best Danish pop / rock names play during the summer.
If you come straight from the Permanent you can jump on bus 5A towards Dalgas Avenue. If you come from Marselisborg Harbor, it is best to ride a bike or go.
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