Frequently Asked Questions
Here we have collected a number of questions and answers for your convenience. If you have any more questions please don’t hesitate and contact us on: email@example.com
WHERE TO SLEEP?
Here are some guidelines on finding a place to sleep during the festival. It is important to remember, that in 2017 Aarhus is the European Capital of Culture, and therefore many hotels will be booked up early, so make sure you have a place to stay…
- City SleepIn
- SimpleBed Hostel
- BB-hotel Aarhus
- Cabinn Hotel Aarhus
- Wake Up Aarhus (New hotel opening in 2017)
- Couch Surfing (Staying with locals)
- Danhostel Aarhus (not in the city centre)
- The Mayor Hotel
- Hotel Ritz
- Scandic Aarhus City (Be aware, that there is another Scandic Hotel in Aarhus (Scandic Aarhus Vest), but it is located very far from the city centre)
- Villa Provence
- Bed and Breakfast and private accommodation
High End options
Find more info here: Visit Aarhus – Where to sleep
AROS – SIGHTSEEING
AroS – Remember to visit Aarhus Museum of Art! As a participant at AAVF you get 50 % discount on your entry ticket. With thousands of square metres spanning ten levels the museum now has ample space to showcase its extensive collection of 1100 paintings, 400 sculptures and installations, 200 art videos and over 7,000 drawings, photos and graphics.
OPENING HOURS AROS
Tuesday 10.00 AM – 05.00 PM
Wednesday 10.00 AM – 10.00 PM
Thursday 10.00 AM – 10.00 PM
Friday 10.00 AM – 05.00 PM
Saturday 10.00 AM – 05.00 PM
Sunday 10.00 AM – 05.00 PM
Visit Århus. Here you have access to all tourist attractions in and around Aarhus.
To check in please show your voucher at the Information located in Musikhuset between The Foyer and The Rythmic Hall. Here you will receive your bracelet for workshops and concerts.
In case of emergency dial 112 or 114
To exchange money we refer to banks located in the city.
If you need to see a doctor please call Emergency Medical Service: + 45 70113131.
Monday – Friday: 08.00 AM – 04.00 PM
Weekend: Open 24 hours
8000 Aarhus C
Building 7, entrance at The Emergency
Ridehuset is Aarhus’ centrally situated multi-purpose hall. It houses a huge variety of events, from concerts and parties to exhibitions, fairs and much more.
The building is originally built for riding training in 1876 and was designed by architect C. Lange.
The Prefestival, The Opening Concert and Night Stage Concerts will take place here.
OPENING HOURS RIDEHUSET
Thursday 06.00 PM – 12.00 PM
Friday 12.00 AM – 01.00 AM
Saturday 11.00 AM – 02.00 AM
Sunday 11.00 AM – 02.00 AM
Monday 08:00 AM – 12.00 AM
Phone: + 45 89484848
Questions and answers here
TRANSPORTATION TO MUSIKHUSET
By train: A 10 minute walk from the train station
By bus: A 10 minute walk from the bus station, but plenty of bus stops are also located along the streets near Musikhuset.
By plane: The airport bus stops at the train station
For further information on arrivals and departures by trains and busses, please visit www.rejseplanen.dk