Whichever form of public transport brings you to Århus, travelers will land within easy walking distance of the hotels and main points of interest. Trains and buses stop Banegårdspladsen and Nybanegårdsgade stations on the southern edge of the city centre. From there, visitors can walk easily to the main tourist office on the first floor of the Rådhus ( www.visitaarhus.com). Taxis are also available to deliver travelers to their hotels as necessary.

Ferries are available from Zealand dock just west of the centre at the end of Nørreport, a short distance from the heart of Old Århus. In Århus, ferries from Zealand come in just west of the centre at the end of Nørreport, a short distance from the heart of Old Århus. There are no departure taxes when leaving Denmark.

For those who choose to fly to Århus, usually people coming from international destinations must stop first in Copenhagen International Airport and then proceed to Århus. However, a few international flights from other Scandinavian countries or the UK, land in Århus airport, which is located on the Djursland peninsula 44 km north east of Aarhus. An airport shuttlebus connects the airport to Aarhus Central Station from where you can reach the rest of Jutland by Train.

Another option for traveling to Arhus is taking a long distance bus. These coaches operate to 11 destinations with regular departures from London to Århus.

It is very expensive to rent a car in Denmark; therefore usually one does not opt to drive into Århus.