Aarhus is years, double letters instead of Ås, sometimes translated to progress, rainbow panoramas, Royal Beer, it's Moesgaard and it is also, of course, Manyone.
Urbanites, business, and culture
Denmark’s second city only by size, Aarhus is easily one of northern Europe’s most liveable cities. Flush with students, gourmet restaurants, arts, culture and a stunning harbour front, the city leaves little to be desired for the modern urbanite.
Founded by the Vikings centuries ago – and initially named Aros, which is now the name of the city’s iconic art museum – the modern city casually merges culture and design with the hustle and bustle of a busy city.
The city is raking up international accolades, such as being named a European Capital of Culture and also a European Region of Gastronomy. You couldn’t ask for more, but somehow Aarhus still gives it.
Down by the canal, packed with riverside cafes, next to the city’s main shopping street and within walking distance from the historic cathedral, there's a modernist styled office complex and inside, you’ll find Manyone.
Ramped or level entrances
Automatic doors and wide doorways
Lifts or elevators whenever there are stairs
Wide aisles and paths of travel