Which cafes are open on a Sunday afternoon in Aarhus and what do they offer? In a new series for the ‘In Town Section’ Jutland Station visits a few of the city’s cafes. This week we review Globen Flakket and its ‘kagebord’.
“It is like flying around on a magic carpet through your company: I have a dream job” Hans-Peter Paulsen, CEO and co-founder of the world’s only Segway park tells Jutland Station.
Christine Wendel attends a Melodica night contributing to Aarhus’s trendy music scene.
Ondra Menzel investigates the sporting phenomena which has taken Denmark by storm…The Men’s European Handball Championship 2014
By Ondra Menzel
One aspect of Danish culture, which needs some getting to used to, is the fashion. Over the next few months Jutland Station will be looking into how the expat community can ‘dress to impress’ Danish style.
Sebastian Koskinen explores hidden gems in Aarhus, by reviewing the eccentric poetic siren Julia Holter in Aarhus’s Voxhall.
It’s pay day week, so what better way to spend it then to go out for a drink? Or do you really need
The Chinese Man has arrived! Train again is the venue for another awesome concert.