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Seaplane to Arhaus

Seaplane to Arhaus

Take a spectacular 45-minute seaplane flight to fly to Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark. The city was named the European Capital of Culture in 2017  and there is plenty for visitors to do as the city has undergone a huge development which is also visible in some of the very impressive architecture. 

Upon landing in Aarhus, a car will take you to the impressive Moesgaard Museum . The newly renovated museum is located on the outskirts of the city, the breathtaking surroundings complement the spellbinding story told through some of the oldest artefacts you find in Denmark. An expert guide will introduce you to all of it!  

You will then continue to F-Høj, Michelin restaurant Frederikshøjs new family member. Here you will enjoy classic Danish “smørrebrød”, but with Michelin chef Wassim Hallal’s contemporary twist.  
You will then visit the breathtaking ARoS Aarhus Art Museum , one of the biggest art museums in Northern Europe and hard to miss due to trademarks Olafur Eliasson’s ‘Your Rainbow Panorama’ and Ron Mueck’s ‘Boy’ . This ambitious museum aims at being a game changer and an internationally acclaimed museum and multiple blockbuster exhibitions points to its success.  
Before driving to the harbour you will also stop by Den gamle by , which translates into The old town and is an open-air museum of urban history and culture in Denmark through three centuries. The museum consists of more than 75 historic houses relocated all over Denmark as well as workshops and shops such as a pharmacy, a school, a post office, a telephone exchange, a jazz bar and much more. Indeed an interesting place to explore Danish culture through the centuries.  
 
Then finally it is back onto the seaplane for your return flight to Copenhagen for a well-deserved relaxing evening. 

To book please contact : concierge@dangleterre.com