Welcome to Region Midtjylland (Central Denmark Region).
Below are tips and guidelines for you to travel by bus in Midtjylland.
Midttrafik wishes you a pleasant stay!
If you are unfamiliar with travelling in Region Midtjylland (Central Denmark Region), we recommend that you use Rejseplanen. It is an online 'a - b' journey planner and it works for all of Denmark. Visit the website or download the app from App Store or Google Play.
Tools for planning the trip yourself:
Learn more about the different bus types
At Midttrafik Kundecenter (Midttrafik Customer Centre) we are ready to help you.
Aarhus Bus Station
Fredensgade 45 (view map)
8000 Aarhus C
Open every day from 7 am - 10 pm.
Call us or chat with us
Phone: 70 210 230 - Every day from 7 am - 11 pm.
Chat - Every day from 8 am - 7 pm.
If you forget something on the bus, please contact the bus company that runs the bus. Find the name and telephone number of the bus company in the bus timetables
or contact Midttrafik Customer Center who can help you advertise for your lost items.
With roughly 1.2 million inhabitants Region Midtjylland is the second-largest region in Denmark, only surpassed by the Capital Region.
There are 19 municipalities and several large cities in Region Midtjylland, including Denmark’s second-largest city, Aarhus - as well as Randers, Horsens, Silkeborg and Herning.
The landscape in Region Midtjylland is varied – from the rolling dunes in the West, through beautiful lakes in the central part of the region, to attractive bays and idyllic spots on the East Coast.
Region Midtjylland has a considerable range of cultural and recreational attractions, from the internationally recognised art museum Aros in Aarhus, to Kattegatcentret (indoor, sea theme park) in Grenaa, Randers Regnskov (indoor, tropical rainforest) in Randers and Djurs Sommerland (summer theme park) on Djursland.
For more attractions and information go to visitdenmark.dk