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Hugging the south bank of the Limfjorden, AALBORG is the obvious place to spend a night or two before venturing into the wilder countryside further on. The country's fourth largest city and the main transport terminus for northern Jutland, it boasts a notable modern art museum, a well-preserved old section, and the brightest nightlife for miles around.
The profits from the seventeenth-century herring boom briefly made Aalborg the biggest and wealthiest Danish town outside Copenhagen, and much of what remains of old Aalborg – chiefly the area within sterågade (commonly abbreviated to sterå), Bispensgade, Gravensgade and Algade – dates from that era, standing in stark contrast to the new roads that slice through it to accommodate the traffic using the Limfjorden bridge.
Helnan Hvide Hus Hotel is beautifully situated in the Kildepark in the centre of Aalborg. The hotel has 198 well equipped rooms and a lobby and cafe area. You can always relax on the ...