Banegårdspladsen 1, 8000, Aarhus, Denmark

Also known as Aarhus Hovedbanegård or Aarhus H, Aarhus Central Station is the main train station in the city, connecting it with other hubs in Denmark. Designed by the State Rail Company's architect K.T. Seest, it was built back in 1927, and once combined the Central Station and the Central Post Office. Nowadays, it is the busiest railway station outside of Copenhagen, with an average of 6.3 million commuters using it every year. In addition to providing connections with cities all over Denmark, Aarhus H also connects the city with Berlin and Hamburg. Located in the city center, Aarhus Central Station is set adjacent to a shopping center, offering numerous services, restaurants, and shops for your convenience.

Aarhus Central Train Station

Boasting a central location, Aarhus Central Station provides connection to major hubs all over Denmark. Taking a worry-free train ride is always a comfortable way to conquer long distances while traveling.



Getting Around Aarhus Central Station


Is there a direct train from Aarhus to Copenhagen?

Yes, there is a direct Aarhus – Copenhagen train, boasting an extensive timetable of daily departures.

How long does it take to travel from Aarhus to Copenhagen by train?

The train journey from Aarhus to Copenhagen takes around three hours to complete.

What facilities can be found at Aarhus Central Station?

Aarhus Central Station is equipped with a ticket kiosk and ticket machines, a newsstand, a restaurant, and several shops. However, the station is connected to a shopping center, housing numerous shops, restaurants, and other facilities.


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