Aalborg is Denmark’s fourth largest city located by the Limfjord. The city goes back 1,000 years, to Viking times, but it has experienced a vibrant renewal. Modern architecture is mixed with medieval buildings, blending history into the future. Start your visit at Lindholm Hoje, a Viking burial ground. Learn more at the Aalborg Historische Museum. Then discover Aalborg’s modern culture.
Nordkraft is the city’s cultural venue, with theaters, music, and exhibits. Aalborg’s revitalized waterfront has galleries, restaurants and a great deal of modern architecture. Fit snug within the modernity are beautiful 15 th century houses, such as the Jens Bang’s House and Aalborghus Castle. While discovering Aalborg, don’t forget to visit its delightful zoo.
Aalborg is a walking and cycling city, which must make the residents very hungry. There are more than 300 restaurants to cater to any culinary taste. During your stroll, have your Aalborg photographer take pictures of the old and the new. And be sure to feed him well.