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Home to the biggest university in Scandinavia, Aarhus, Denmark, boasts a large and vibrant student population, meaning there’s always a party going on in this idyllic, waterside city! Originally a Viking settlement which has flourished beautifully into the area of colorful houses and majestic churches it is today, there’s a wealth of drinking spots to be found here, from quaint pubs to kaleidoscopic clubs; here’s 10 of the best bars in town!
Unlike other bars where the party doesn’t start until it’s dark, at Cockney Pub the festivities begin on Sunday afternoons when the jazz tunes begin to play. Established in 2002, this venue is a top spot for lovers of malt whiskey and rum. Look up the the pub’s ceiling and you’ll see charming cut-outs of all the different beer brands on offer, and don’t miss the aforementioned electric live jazz sessions every Sunday afternoon. And if the sun is shining the performances can often be taken outdoors, so come prepared to do some dancing in the street.
Opening hours: Mon-Thur 11am-12am, Fri-Sat 11am-2am, Sun 1pm-7pm
Watch out for: Street Dancing
Address and Telephone: Maren Smeds Gyde 8, Aarhus, Denmark, +45 2628 3001
Boasting over 300 different wines on their menu, S’vinbar offers the biggest selection of chardonnays and merlots in the city. A themed wine choice is offered here every day, a pick which is determined by which type of grapes are in season at the time. This venue also hosts classes and events on everything to do with wine, where patrons can learn about types of grape, vineyard conditions, the work of manufacturers and much more; there’s also alot of wine free for tasting in these sesssions, too.
Opening hours: Tue-Thur 3pm-12am, Fri 3pm-1am, Sat 1pm-1am
Watch out for: A wine extravaganza in Aarhus
Address and Telephone: Klostergade 62, Aarhus, Denmark, +45 7220 6620
If you want to take a break from the crazy parties of Aarhus and simply enjoy some champagne or a crisp glass of wine in a relaxing environment, Lava is the place to visit. Located in the heart of the city, this venue oozes with affluence but still remains warm and welcoming. The flavorful Jamaican iced tea is a top drink pick here, and there is also a wide selection of wine, cocktails and strong liquor.
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 9am-10pm, Thur 9am-1am, Fri 9am-3am, Sat 10am-3am, Sun 10am-10pm
Watch out for: A chic setting, and live music on the weekends
Address and Telephone: Åboulevarden 22, Aarhus, Denmark, +45 2553 3031
The first thing you may notice about Café Come In is the bright red seating which colorfully complements the monochrome wallpaper and rustic brick interior. This venue boasts an array of alcoholic beverages as well as fresh fruit smoothies and delicious desserts. A big highlight at Café Come In are the hookahs, Oriental tobacco pipes, which adorn the walls and are also available for smoking.
Opening hours: Mon-Thur 4pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 4pm-1am, Sun 4pm-10pm
Watch out for: The chocolate lava cake, and the Oriental tobacco practices
Address and Telephone: Vestergade 46, Aarhus, Denmark
Opened in 1991, Le Coq is a French restaurant which serves up tasty dishes influenced by its country of origin. The bar here is a great source of fruity and strong French liquor too, and partons can enjoy a glass of Chartreuse or Pastis with their dinner. Table games provide much entertainment here, and there is both backgammon and table football available for competitive customers.
Opening hours: 11:30am-3am daily
Watch out for: Fun tabletop games and French liquor
Address and Telephone: Graven 16, Aarhus, Denmark, +45 8619 5074