Århus (Aarhus) has excellent transport connections with destinations throughout Denmark, Scandinavia and Europe by rail, road, air and sea.
There are trains to major towns within Denmark, to Sweden, and to Germany.
The E45 motorway runs past Århus. There are bus links to many destinations in Denmark and in Europe.
Aarhus airport has flights to Copenhagen with SAS, to Oslo, Stockholm and Göteborg with British Airways, and to London (Stansted, twice a day) and Barcelona with Ryanair. The airport bus takes around 45 minutes to and from the city centre and connects to flight arrivals and departures. There are also buses from Århus to Billund airport in central Jutland (journey time approximately 90 minutes), from whence there are flights to many major European destinations, including Dublin, Madrid and Pisa (Ryanair), Alicante, London, Majorca, Malaga, Nice, Paris and Rome (Sterling), and Burgas, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Munich and Prague. Intercontinental flights generally arrive in Copenhagen airport (Kastrup), which is connected with Århus by flights operated by SAS, and by direct and frequent trains (journey time approximately three hours).
There is a hydrofoil connection to and from Zealand (Odden), and ferries from Sweden (Varberg) arrive at Grenå, to the north of Århus. DFDS operate a sea route from Esbjerg (on the Danish west coast) to Harwich, England.