This year we’ve selected the famous Women’s Museum as the conference venue!
It’s very centrally located and used to house Aarhus City Hall.
How to get to Aarhus
Aarhus is easy to get to, located in the very heart of Denmark
BILLUND AIRPORT: Biggest international airport nearby. Direct connections including Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris and London.
AALBORG AIRPORT: Direct connections to: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, London, Oslo, Stavanger, Stockholm and Torshavn.
AARHUS AIRPORT: Direct connections to Berlin, Copenhagen, Helsinki, London, Malaga, Munich, Oslo and Stockholm.
From Aarhus and Billund airports there are direct shuttles to Aarhus city centre, and Aalborg is an easy train ride
You can easily take the train to Aarhus. Danish trains are modern, have free wifi and are quite reliable.
It is less than 3 hours from Copenhagen and about 4 hours in the direct train from Hamburg, Germany.
No problem. Park right at venue (not for free) or park at Navitas (free of charge + less than 5 minutes walk)
Hotels within walking distance
Janus Boye personally recommends either Hotel Royal, a historic hotel one minute walk from the venue, or CAB INN, which is 2 minutes walk away and a modern budget hotel.
Please contact the hotels directly to make bookings. You can also consider Airbnb.