Aalborg is a developed city and the fourth largest city in Denmark. In the Middle Ages, it was an important port because of its strategic location, sited at the narrowest area of the Limfjord. Limfjord is a shallow sea that separates the towns of Aalborg into two parts, Aalborg and Norresundby. A bridge called Limfjordsbroen connects these two lands. Aalborg is now developing into a thriving industrial centre.
Aalborg Airport is a public and military airport located in Norresundby. It is about 6.5 kilometres from the city of Aalborg. It operates domestic and international flights from 14 domestic and foreign airlines. Among the international flights operated are Phuket, London and Dublin. On the other hand, the airport serves as a base for maritime reconnaissance teams.
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The best time to visit Aalborg in terms of temperature, tourism and safety are from late May to late September. However, if your concern is about comfort and you prefer the dry weather, you are not encouraged to visit this city in September as the precipitation of rainfall for this month is very high.
Aalborg is affected by the oceanic climate. It is said to have moderate temperatures where it does not experience extreme cold, nor does it experience extreme heat. However, as Malaysian who are accustomed to the equatorial climate, summer in Aalborg is also said to be cool for us. The average annual temperature is 7.5 degrees Celsius. The warmest month is July with an average temperature of 15.9 degrees Celsius. The coldest month is January, with an average temperature of -0.7 degrees Celsius. The rainfall is moderate with an average annual rainfall of 652 mm. The driest month is September and February is the driest month.
The city of Aalborg is inhabited mostly by Danish citizens and only a few foreigners are registered in the city according to the census conducted in 2018. Every year, the people of Aalborg will celebrate Aalborg Carnival. The carnival is usually held at the end of May or early June each year. It consists of three main events; kids, music groups and proper. It attracts over 100,000 visitors each year.
Aalborg is a city that has been inhabited for centuries. Therefore, there are undoubtedly many exciting places that could potentially attract tourists to visit this city. These include;
Lindholm Hoeje Museum - The museum depicts the lives of people of ancient times and the Viking people some time ago, around 600 years ago. Not only that, but you can also walk around the cemetery which hundreds of rocks mark the burial site of the ancients.
Aalborg Zoologiske Have - The zoo in Aalborg may be slightly different from the zoo in Malaysia. Therefore, if you visit Aalborg, you must take the opportunity and spend some times to visit Aalborg Zoologiske Have. Visitors to the zoo not only get to see the animals in close proximity and interact with them but are also allowed to have a picnic and relax with family and friends.
Jomfru Ane Gade - Jomfur Ane Gade is a food street where there are many restaurants and bars along the street. It is said to be the longest food street in Denmark. It is very lively and noisy when small parties are organized at any restaurants. It can be visited for foreign tourists to get acquainted with the local cuisine and lifestyle of the locals.