Randers, the lovely city on the banks of the Guden River (Gudenå).
The city is located about 35 km. north of Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city.
The town has a population at just over 60,000 which makes it the sixth largest city in Denmark.
The two biggest tourist attractions in the city are The Rainforrest and Graceland.
Here you can visit a man made rainforrest, actually they have 3 of them. (Africa, Asia and South America) all 3 of them created inside domes.
There are 250 animals and 450 different plants here and it is quite an experience to be walking inside the domes. See the small monkeys jump from tree to tree and even feed them with melons if you are around at feeding time.
Most of the animals are free to range so it is quite similar to walking around in a real rainforest with temperatures at 28-30 degrees and a humidity at about 100%.
You can find The Rain Forest at:
Opening hours are between 10.00 and 16.00-17.00 depending on the time of year.
If you buy a ticket you will have unlimited access for the year.
For more information about opening hours and feedings times go to The Rainforrest.
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A duplicate of the famous Elvis Presley’s Graceland estate has been built, brick for brick as the original, in Denmark.
The estate is a total replica of the King’s memorial theme-park in Memphis and house a museum with over 6000 items of Elvis Presley memorabilia, like letters, contracts, guitars, clothes and a lot more. This is the only permanently placed Elvis museum outside the USA.
The mansion opened its doors to the public for the first time the 16 of April 2011.
So if you are in to rock and roll, Elvis movies or Elvis Presley, Graceland is definitely the place to visit if you are in the area.
You can find Graceland at this address:
Graceland Randers Vej 3
8960 Randers SØ
Phone: +45 86 42 96 96
Opening hours are:
Monday – Sunday 10am- 6pm.
For more information about Graceland see here.
The town offers your 4 nice hotels and an excellent campsite.
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