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Aarhus Cruise Reviews

Aarhus Cruise Port
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Aarhus Overview
The harbor town of Aarhus is off the beaten track -- so much so that it might not even be a destination except as part of an itinerary for a Scandinavian or Baltic cruise. It is the second-largest ...
sealegs13
07/15
We went into the really old cathedral in town from the 12th century. Fascinating! We also checked out a ... Read more
Saltwater1974
07/15
Big waste of time - this port is a rip off to passengers Read more
Lower Sackville
03/15
Did not want to go with cruise line as they all go to beaches and not a beach person, plus too expensive. ... Read more
max_power_000
08/14
We chose to take a bus to the City which was about 10-15 minutes. You could walk it if you wanted to. We ... Read more
cb1968
09/13
We arrived on a Sunday and not much is open. I don't know what excursions are available as we generally don't ... Read more
MarshmallowsMom
09/13
Get rid of this port! Read more
jilbymitch
08/13
Walked into town then found our way to Gamla Stan, longer than expected walk but well worth it once there. ... Read more
skihowie
06/13
We walked all over this city in the brief time there and found nothing exciting. Read more
donanddiane
06/13
This was our last port of call and our last day on the ship. We packed and did not go ashore. By this point, ... Read more
data7185
03/13
Bali Great apart from tendering process Read more
data7185
03/13
Port Hedland Good Read more
andawaywego2
08/12
Our tour guide was very hard to understand and I was not that impressed with what we had to see. Maybe we ... Read more
TravelSmith24
08/12
We did the Princess tour Ebeltoft & Scenic Drive. Aarhus doesn't seem to have all that much to recommend it. ... Read more
flcruiser3
08/12
Aarhus, Denmark: This was our least favorite port, but I am sure that the weather influenced our opinion a ... Read more
Niagara11
08/12
Aarhus is a good port to visit. The drive through the city was very good! However, the Long drive to the ... Read more
AgouraTraveler
07/12
We visited the pretty Aarhus cathedral and walked through many streets, although almost everything was closed ... Read more
Ellen in State College PA
07/12
Raining, we just walked into town, could skip this port in future. Read more
KenCT
07/12
I'm a real fan of the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson so I walked to the ARoS contemporary art museum ... Read more
geekguy1
07/12
Aarhus is Denmark's second largest city, and is probably added to cruise itineraries to fill the distance ... Read more
MNDutchGirl
07/12
We loved this port for walking around. Only a 10-15 minute walk from the ship and a lovely town to walk ... Read more
cathpiano
07/12
Aarhus: the sleeper destination. Didn't expect much but enjoyed it very much. We visited the old town Den ... Read more
chileno first time cruise
06/12
Heaps to see and do. We walked everywhere and visited the historic old town, modern art museum with rainbow ... Read more
movinmama
06/12
Open Air history museum is a distance to walk to, but every bit worth it - fascinating! Homes and shops ... Read more
gzerovti
05/12
We did not see much of this port as we went on an organised tour to Silkeborg and to see the Tollund Man. You ... Read more
Misschad
05/12
Aarhus was very nice with interesting buildings and squares and despite the poor weather was still enjoyable. ... Read more

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