Aalborg Historiske Museum
Just west of Budolfi Domkirke is the town's history museum, with artefacts from prehistory to the present, and furnishings and interiors...
Old Town Hall
An alley off Algade leads to the rambling Monastery of the Holy Ghost, which dates from 1431 and is home to some fascinating frescoes....
Every Danish town worth its salt has a microbrewery, and Aalborg’s is a cracker. With loads of outdoor seating and a long menu of beer...
Pingvin Tapas & Vincafé
This chic restaurant-bar offers a selection of up to 30 ‘tapas’ (not so much shared dishes, but more of an individual tasting-plate...
Algade 40 · interesting places nearby
Budolfi Domkirke information
This 12th-century cathedral marks the centre of the old town and its elegant carillon can be heard every hour, on the hour. Its whitewashed interior creates an almost Mediterranean ambience.
As you enter the cathedral from Algade, look up at the foyer ceiling to see colourful frescoes from around 1500. The interior boasts some beautifully carved items, including a gilded baroque altar and a richly detailed pulpit.