Get the best of your stay in Aarhus with help from the Information desk. Outside the operated time, you are welcome to use the touch screen next to the Information desk - or go to Visit Aarhus.
New to Aarhus?
Find comprehensible guides for Nordic, EU and non-EU citizens on how to register your entry to Denmark including how to get a CPR number at the International Citizen Service West at Dokk1. You can also join events and offers for newcomers in Aarhus.
Find extensive information for internationals living, studying, and working in Aarhus.
Aarhus City Welcome
Every fall the event Aarhus City Welcome invites you to make the most of your city by joining the biggest annual event for internationals in Aarhus.
Dokk1 is a central part of the transformation of the inner harbor in Aarhus from industrial harbor to urban space. You can read about Dokk1, and its role in the project Urban Mediaspace, in the e-book Space for Change.
Events and activities
Find your next experience at Dokk1. The calendar provides an overview of the exhibitions, activities, and events going on throughout the year including the recurring event Newcomers’ Info Evening for newly arrived internationals in Aarhus.
The six study rooms can be booked by students, clubs, associations, and other small groups in need of a quiet space.
Public libraries in Denmark are free to use and open for everyone. Here you have free access to the Internet, International newspapers and magazines. The library also provides spaces to meet, networks, events, and play areas - as well as books, music, movies, audio books etc.
Enjoy freshly brewed coffee and a lovely dish from the menu, which includes contains sandwiches, panini and salads, as well as various breads and cakes.