Aalborg is a bustling university city situated at the narrowest part of the Limfjord in the midst of wood-covered hills, moors and shallow marshes. Activity and prosperity left their marks on the city’s architecture, and many of the old buildings still function as natural elements in the townscape. Today, the city center’s modern architecture blends in effortlessly with a variety of old buildings and cosy cobbled streets with half-timbered houses and charming squares.
Just outside the city lies Lindholm Høje, a Viking site and one of the most important ancient monuments in Denmark. The burial site has 700 graves in stone settings and a Museum.
- This tour is a perfect way to get to know the picturesque city of Aalborg. You will visit Jens Bang’s House, Budolfi Cathedral, the Monastery of the Holy Ghost, and Aalborghus Castle.
- This tour will take you to Lindholm Høje, - Kunsten Museum of Modern Art and the historic city centre of Aalborg for a closer look at the beautiful renaissance buildings, cathedrals and monasteries.
- Jump on a bike and take in Aalborg’s main sights and green areas, riding on the city’s many cycle lanes. See the Aalborg Distillery, Kunsten - Museum of Modern Art and the historic city centre.
- This guided coach tour takes you to the 12th century Dronninglund Castle, the impressive Voergård Castle, the charming fishing village Sæby and the 15th century St Mary’s Church.