How to get to Aarhus?
Aarhus is in a central location in Denmark – easily reached by plane, train, ferry or car. Aarhus is within an hours’ drive of two international airports – AAR and BLL – connecting Aarhus to most of the biggest European cities and onto the rest of the world, allowing for a one-stop service to Aarhus from more than 530 destinations worldwide.
Once you have arrived in Aarhus, everything is within easy walking distance in the city so you can choose to get around on foot, using the free city bikes, the Letbanen light rail, or by bus.
Find out more about Aarhus here.
City of Aarhus
Aarhus, Where Vikings meet IoT
The vibrant city of Aarhus will host the IoT Week conference in 2019. This will be the year where IoT solutions inspire not just “the Vikings” but also the rest of the world about how IoT is the gamechanger for business’, society and every individual that enables us to fulfil UN’s SDG’ faster and smarter. Aarhus wants to lead the way in thinking smarter and with recent investments on a new waterfront, connections to the suburbs and a renewed and cohesive urban policy, Denmark’s second largest city has been able to put itself off the map and all for the right reasons.
The city has grown substantially in size and importance and plays a central role in the development of the entire region. Today and in the years to come, major investments in urban development and infrastructure are being made. This includes the development of new knowledge hubs, innovation centers, investment in the city’s architecture and new technological solutions – in history’s next chapter the Vikings will conquer the world with IoT and challenge status quo by thinking smarter.
Read more about Aarhus’ history >>
Read more about SMART Aarhus >>