This 'bus' tour introduces Aalborg's main points of interest both ancient and modern. Starting in the city centre we go back to the Iron Age at Lindholm Høje. From here, driving through the beautiful suburbs, we call in at an 'allotment garden' and meet a genuine Danish couple.
Continuing; via a drive through a forest, a panoramic view of the limfjord and surroundings, we see modern Scandinavian design at its best; culminating at a 'different' church design. Driving into the city centre, we go back to the Middle Ages, see some wonderful buildings and hear some fascinating tales of years gone by.
Onto the harbour front, once buzzing with commerce and industry, now a peaceful, relaxed centre for the arts and education. It's where Aalborg's young and old congregate on a warm summer's day to meet, picnic, swim, relax or enjoy a concert.
Here also proudly sits The Utzon Centre, the last design of Aalborg's famous son, architect Jørn Utzon (of Sydney Opera House fame) and our new and ultra modern Opera House.
Transportation by modern comfortable, private hire car or minibus will be used between the sites to be visited. Walking at the stops will be on paved areas, gravel paths, grass, etc. For those with walking difficulties or wheelchair users access may be restricted to some venues because of steps/stairs.
Cost (maximum number of participants 10)
3 hour tour for up to 10 people - 1695 kr. (€230), plus 75 DDK (10 EUR) per person entrance fees only. Note... as transport and parking costs are dependent on group size, please call for a final quote.
For groups over 10, please call for a quote.