'Not as famous as Copenhagen, but Aarhus - "the City of Smiles", was chosen as European Capital of Culture for 2017 and today it is a jewel of a place to go exploring and yet still undicsovered by the tourist hordes!'
'Møllestien - this little street is really cozy and nice during all seasons of the year, with its quaint little houses and cobblestone street.'
Hygge: the Danish word and concept that is hard to translate but found in abundance in Copenhagen. Danes, correct me if I'm wrong, but it can be defined as the art of building sanctuary and community, of paying attention to what makes us feel alive. A feeling of belonging to the moment and celebrating the everyday. It's in the small rituals that comfort us, make us feel at home. It's sitting around a table sharing a meal, or beside a fire on a wet night. It's cosiness. This trip has been full of hygge - last night we had a beautiful meal at Höst restaurant where we sampled the best of new Nordic cuisine with lots of laughter and candlelight. Perfect. #inCopenhagen
'Whenever in doubt, visit ARoS. The Rainbow Panorama is an experience you'll never forget!'
'The Iceberg at Aarhus Ø. This architecture is a piece of art. Go check it out next time you visit Aarhus.'
'If I should recommend a wine bar in my hometown, it would without a doubt be S'vinBar, situated in the heart of Aarhus, right on Klostergade. Two girls run this place and they know some serious stuff about wine. The place is small but incredibly cozy. Oh and by the way, I went on a date there once, it turned out she was the one...'
I'm @thomasnoerremark, 40 years old, born and raised in Aarhus. I work as a Social Media Manager and spend a lot of time on Instagram, so I see everything visually in squares. My girlfriend and I live in the city center and I love to explore this little beauty of a city, that keeps showing itself from new angles all the time. When I'm not working, I ride my bicycle and shoot pictures with other instagrammers. Love to travel the world and go exploring :)