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Approximately 2 Hours
Meals not included
This enjoyable panoramic tour takes you past the highlights of the very charming old city of Århus. Watch for the unique City Hall (1941) designed by renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, and the 12th century Cathedral of St Clemens -- the longest and tallest Cathedral in Denmark.
Drive by the massive University Campus -- the second-oldest and second-largest in the country -- and view the Botanic Gardens (1875). The latter are home to an abundance of exotic flowers as well as the impressive and modern Arhus Music Hall.
You'll see the renowned Aros Museum of Contemporary Art with its multi-colored glass roof, and watch for one of Arhus' largest tourist attractions -- Den Gamle By (the Old Town). The Old Town is actually an open-air museum dating from 1914 and consisting of 75 historical buildings (1550-1800s) collected from all over Denmark.
In the heart of the lush Marselisborg Forest, take advantage of a photo stop at Marselisborg -- the summer residence of the Danish Royal Family.
The photo stop is possible only if the Royal Family is not in residence.