The city of Aalborg

Good to know

 

For the one who wants to see the big picture 

You will find a map of Aalborg that should provide you with an overview of where everything is situated in proportion to each other.

Map over the city of Aalborg, please visit Map of Aalborg city to see:

  • Hotels
  • Restaurants and cafés
  • Shopping streets

 

For the cultural

During your stay, get a chance to explore the cultural vibe in Aalborg either by strolling down the newly established Habourfront in the evening or exploring the inner city visiting its art museums and galleries. Please visit the official Tourist Bureau’s website VisitAalborg to get more information on

  • Attractions
  • Activities
  • Events etc.

 

For the shopaholic

With its abundance of shops Aalborg’s high streets are an eldorado for anyone who loves to shop. But, whatever you do, don’t miss the side streets. They are packed with exciting little shops selling the work of young designers and craftspeople. You never know what you’ll find.

  • Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 10AM-5.30 PM, Fri: 10AM-19PM, Sat: 10AM-15PM, Sun: 11AM-15PM (only the 1st Sunday of the month)
  • Read more about shopping streets here or about Friis Shopping Centre. Friis Shopping Centre has longer opening hours than regular shops. Monday-Friday 10AM-7PM, Saturday 10Am-4PM, and 1st Sunday of the month 10AM-4PM. 

 

For the thirsty

Need a beer after a day with lots of impressions? An Aalborg Beerwalk makes an agreeable finish to a busy day and a perfect start to a fun afternoon or evening in Aalborg. Treat yourself to an Aalborg Beerwalk and taste 6 well-poured, special beers in as many as 6 great pubs in the centre of Aalborg. The Aalborg Beerwalk consists of: an Aalborg Beerwalk tasting glass, vouchers for 6 samples of excellent beer, a guide to 6 charming handpicked pubs in Aalborg, and a lot of fun. At each pub simply present a voucher and they will pour you a sample in your very own Aalborg Beerwalk tasting glass

  • Aalborg Beerwalk, please visit Aalborg Beerwalk to read more about the concept

 

For the Forest Gump

Even when staying in the city, beautiful oases of nature – perfect for a great work out – are never far away. A different experience awaits you, if you go for a run in Mølleparken during twilight. Here, you can follow a 2.5 km route lit up by lanterns. 

  • Please ask your hotel for inspiration

 

For the yuppies

Danish Kroner (DKK) is the currency in Denmark. Banks are open from 10.00AM-04.00PM Monday to Friday. Though, in most hotels, restaurants, cafés and shops international credit cards are widely accepted.

 

For the generous 

Tipping: In Denmark, tipping isn't common - all service bills that you receive already include gratuity, and it is unnecessary (but always appreciated) to add a tip in Denmark

 

For the meteorologist

Weather in Denmark varies with the seasons. Denmark has a temperate climate and can be humid and overcast. The winters are usually mild and windy, and the summers can be cool or sunny. The weather in Denmark is a popular subject for discussion as it often changes from day to day and even during the day. It is therefore a good idea to bring a coat or an umbrella on outdoor activities. To check the weather forecast when you visit Aalborg, please visit the website of the Danish Meteorological Institute www.dmi.dk for the latest forecast

 

For the Benjamin Franklin

Electrical appliances run at 220v in Denmark. Electrical outlets in Denmark use a two-prong plug typical for continental Europe. Most laptops will automatically work with 220-230 volts (check the back of your laptop for power input markings.)

 

For Cary Grant

The conference is a non-smoking event and smoking is prohibited throughout the venue. However, for those who do not want to walk outside for smoking, there are a smokers’ lounge and a smokers’ terrace in the building.

 

For the one who wears a seat belt

Generally speaking, Denmark is a very safe country and Aalborg is a particularly safe city. Like in most major cities in the world, however, it is advisable to watch ones belongings and valuables while being in public places and to keep cars locked.