The city of Aarhus (Århus) is the second largest city in Denmark . Approx. 300,000 inhabitants live in the municipality of Aarhus.
The University is located on a campus close to the centre of Aarhus. The dot-and-dash circle shows the location of campus:
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Parking lots are situated north of The Department of Physics and Astronomy (between the buildings of "Physics" and Chemistry"). Please use the entrance from Langelandsgade opposite the former military barracks (now Department of Aesthetic Arts).
Opposite the main entrance of the train station you will find bus 16, direction ‘Hasle/Haslegårdsvej’ (The direction of the bus is given above the front window). Get off at the stop ‘Universitetet/Kemisk Institut’. It is also possible to go by bus 2A, direction ’Skejby Sygehus’ or bus 13 , direction ‘Frydenlund/Fuglebakkevej’ and get off at the first stop on Paludan Müllersvej (Paludan Müllersvej, Langelandsgade and Kaserneboulevarden are announced as 'Kaserneboulevarden'). From here it is only a short walk by "Langelandsgade" to the Department of Physics and Astronomy.