There’s also the opportunity to go island hopping, visit UNESCO world heritage sites and taste the local cuisine at a choice of gourmet restaurants.All practical details have been taken care of so that couples can enjoy the company of one another without having to worry about carrying their luggage, which is transported from hotel to hotel.
It's not for the faint hearted but the aerial views are stunning. Music festivals and concerts provide the soundtrack to life in Silkeborg in Denmark's Lake District throughout the year.The annual Riverboat Jazz Festival, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016, is one of the oldest jazz festivals with more than 100 concerts (most of them are free) held at over 15 venues across the city and on boats in the busy harbour. With the addition of two new sites in July 2015, Denmark now has a total of seven World Heritage Sites.The new eleven per week year-round service will begin on May 3, 2016.Prices will start from £120 return for Euro Traveller and £254 for Club Europe.A caste of several thousand people, including both Danish and international artists, will be coming together to create unique, magical moments, that will rethink art, food, music and ballet on a grand scale providing even more reasons to visit Aarhus in 2017.
Gastronomy in Aarhus has seen huge advancements in recent years with many new restaurants, bars and cafés adding to the city’s evolving culinary scene.Small Danish Hotels offer packages and a choice of cosy traditional inns to stay at. The largest naval battle in world history, the Battle of Jutland, took place in the North Sea 31 May – 1 June 1916 just 90 miles from Danish shore and the Danish coastal village Thyborøn.250 ships and 100,000 men took part in what was the only major encounter between British and German fleets during World War I.A particular highlight of every summer season is the Aarhus Festival, which takes place throughout the city for 10 days from 26 August 2016.Showcasing over 1,000 arts and entertainment events in more than 100 different venues, it is one of the largest cultural events in Scandinavia and includes concerts, plays, exhibitions and children’s activities.With a range of Viking festivals and celebrations scheduled for 2016, why not delve deeper into this fascinating history with a short direct flight, less than two hours, to one of Denmark’s many Viking heritage sites.