With a lofty nave spanning nearly 100m in length, Århus Domkirke is Denmark’s longest church. Its construction began around 1200 and...
In the mid-1960s this site was excavated and impressive artefacts from the Viking era were unearthed. This musty museum exhibits a...
Vor Frue Kirke
This cathedral is like a Russian matryoshka doll, opening to reveal multiple layers beneath the surface. It was here that the original...
Attracts students in droves, perhaps due to the ever-popular free beer (just for students) before midnight. Afterwards, the place turns...
You know a place is doing something right when, surrounded by tough competition, it pulls a crowd every night. This upbeat riverside...
Toldbodgade 6 · interesting places nearby
Train is first and foremost a concert venue, with shows a couple of nights a week. Some well-established international names have played here over the years, from the Happy Mondays to Wolfmother via Bryan Ferry and Iggy Pop. Train opens as a nightclub, too, on Friday and Saturday nights, with room for up to 1500 party people and a serious DJ line-up. You need to be 21 to enter on Friday, 23 on Saturday – so what we’re saying is that this is a place for grown-ups, not lairy teenagers out for a big night (that’s not to say that things don’t get messy!). But that’s not all… The complex also incorporates Perron (Platform), a gourmet restaurant where you can begin your evening’s ‘journey’, and Kupé (Compartment), a funky lounge club where it’s all about the pre-party champagne and cocktails. Go. Enjoy.