The Aarhus Guides is the largest and most experienced organisation of professional guides in Aarhus, the Central Region of Denmark, and the rest of Jutland.
For more than 70 years Aarhus Guides have been providing group tours in Aarhus, for all ages and languages.
We offer guided tours in multiple languages, eg. Danish, English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, French, Italian, Spanish, Hungarian, Polish, and Russian.
What can we offer?
The Aarhus Guides know the city of Aarhus and its many attractions – The City Hall, ARoS Art Museum, Aarhus Cathedral, Den Gamle By (The Old Town), The University Park, the Aarhus Docklands, and Moesgaard Museum (MOMU), etc.
An Aarhus Guide is always updated on what is going on in the city, on the newest building constructions (e.g. the Aarhus Docklands), and the latest events.
We’ll also guide bus tours (in your own bus) in Aarhus or out of the city, eg. to Mols and Ebeltoft, Rosenholm Castle, Gammel Estrup – The Danish Manor & Estate Museum, Clausholm Castle, and Himmelbjerget.
AarhusGuides is an associations with more than 45 active guides as members.
Personal data protection
The Aarhus Guide Association processes all personal data in accordance with the current legislation under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on 25 May 2018.
We store all personal information, e.g. name, address, email address and telephone number, in order to answer your inquiries and fulfill the contract you enter into with us when you order guide services. You may, on request, be informed about the information we have about you and revoke it, if desired.
Your contact information will remain with us and will be stored safely and confidentially, so that it does not reach unauthorised persons or is in any way distributed or sold to third parties. When you book a guide service with us, we only exchange information which is absolutely necessary to our partners in order to complete tour arrangements.
We never store information about your orders for longer than is necessary, usually a maximum of 5 years according to the Accounting Act.
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