Time and venue
The China Denmark Regions and Cities Forum 2018 will be held at Aarhus City Hall and Aarhus Concert Hall in, Denmark from 20 until 21 November and on November 22nd the participants will visit their respective Sister Cities and Regions.
PRACTICAL INFORMATION by topic in alphabetical order
Aarhus airport – Info on flight arrival / departure times and connecting busses to the airport, etc., on www.aar.dk
Billund airport – For information on arrivals and departures by plane and connecting busses please see www.bll.dk
The congress APP is available where you buy your APP, search for or tap here.
The name badge is your admission to all sessions, lunches and coffee and social events. You are kindly requested to wear your name badge on all occasions. If the badge is lost, please contact the registration desk.
Bank and currency exchange
Bank and exchange offices are within walking distance of 5 minutes from the conference venue.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays
Certificate of attendance
Certificate of attendance can be handed out at the registration on request.
Credit card / cash points
After banking hours cash points accepting major credit cards are conveniently located all over the city.
Dining out in Aarhus
Most restaurants in Aarhus are open from 11:30 – 24:00. However, hot meals are not served after 22:00. Service charges are included in the price.
Emergency phone numbers (+45 only when calling to Denmark)
Emergency phone (police, fire, ambulance) (+45) 112
Falck rescure services (+45) 70 10 20 30
Police (+45) 87 31 14 48
Casualty dept. of Aarhus Sygehus (+45) 87 31 50 50
Doctor, outside hours (+45) 86 20 10 22
Dentist, outside hours (+45) 40 51 51 62
Chemists, outside hours (+45) 86 12 00 22
Insurance and liability
Neither the organizers, nor the conference. Participants are advised to take out their own health and travel insurance.
English/Mandarin is the official languages of the congress. Simultaneous translation will be provided for the Plenary Session and the 3 parallel workshops and consecutive translation will be provided in English/Mandarin at site visits
We kindly request to all participants to keep mobile phones turned off in the congress area and especially in the meeting rooms during the scientific sessions.
Official Forum Hotels (+45 only when calling to Denmark)
All hotels are in walking distance from the City Hall and the Concert Hall
Radisson BLU Scandinavia Hotel, Margrethepladsen 1 (+45) 8612 8665
Hotel Ritz, Banegaardspladsen 12 (+45) 8613 4587
Wakeup Hotel, M. P. Bruuns Gade 27 (+45) 4480 0000
Registration / information desk
The registration desk is situated in the foyer at Aarhus City Hall. Please register as soon as possible after your arrival.
Registration and information desk, opening hours:
Tuesday 20 November 07:30 – 12:30
Wednesday 21 November 07:30 – 09:30
Shops in Aarhus are usually open from Monday to Friday, from 9.30 – 17.30 (Saturday 09.30 – 14.00). Super markets and department stores are open till 19.00. Sunday closed. Most shops accept all major credit cards.
Guides and service employees will assist you during the congress – Our service staff can be recognised by their t-shirts.
Numerous taxi stands are located throughout Aarhus city centre. The hotel receptionists will be pleased to assist you.
Service is automatically included in all bills for service, meals etc. Tipping is not required.
Aarhus City Hall
8000 Aahus C
During China Denmark Regions and Cities Forum you can meet the people from VisitAarhus, who can tell you all about the wide selection of unique experiences that await you in the city of Aarhus. Should you need inspiration for a visit to one of the city’s renowned museums, be looking for an insider’s tip on a lovely restaurant, want to know more about Danish design or maybe simply need a timetable for the airport shuttle, VisitAarhus is ready to help you. You will recognise the VisitAarhus representatives on their blue polo shirts.
Electricity in Denmark is 220V AC. Plugs are European standard with two round pins.
What to see and do in Aarhus
The Old Town
The Old Town is an open-air museum with half-timbered houses from all over Denmark – taken down and re-built and re-constructed. It is Denmark’s National Museum of Urban History, the biggest museum in Jutland with unique collections of toys, silver, china, clothes, clocks and watches; with streets and yards, workshops and shops reflecting life from 1600 up to our great-grand-parents’ days. It is a living and breathing experience of what it was like to live and work in a Danish market town, as it was in the old days. Meet the people and characters of yesteryear, experience life as it was in their living rooms and kitchens; and smell the flowers right in their own gardens. Try out old childrens games, or why not go on an exploration through-out the museums extensive exhibitions?
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