Walking down M?llestien is a pleasant little journey, and it is situated close to the ?rhus ?. The surroundings of M?llestien are those of large public buildings and the shopping area, but M?llestien consists of quiet older homes, the age of which I don't know, but I reckon they are fairly old.
I'd highly recommend taking 10 or 15 minutes out of your way to visit M?llestien. It's not a "must see" attraction but it is a delightful little journey.
The Animal Park, as it's known in English, is south of the city past Marselisborg and close to the shore. It features different types of deer and wild pig.
The deer are domesticated and tend to be friendly if they think you have something to offer them.
If you have a grit fix and want to go somewhere a bit rougher and well-honed, take a walk around the harbour. It's a personal favorite, and it is increasingly rare to see a working harbour in the middle of town.
All across Arhus, one can come across such examples of beautiful architecture in all streets and even unnoticed squares.
Aarhus has beautiful walking zone, with a lot of stairs and benches close to water (not sure if that is sea water or some small river).
This is Marselisborg harbour, which is really beautiful. There are restaurants and place to buy icecream, but at the moment its a bit cold:-)
It's interesting to sneak into some of the well-preserved courtyards, taking you back to the 17th and 18th centuries with some beautiful half-timbered buildings.
Again on other sunset..love this one even more then the one you have seen as first. Just a few moments later this one is taken. You can see the harbour in it early glory!