Hasselager is a town in Denmark, in the Aarhus municipality. It is about six miles to the southwest of the city of Aarhus. The area is quiet, suburban, and made for relaxation. You are not going to feel overwhelmed when staying at a hostel or hotel in Hasselager. The city is known for its great arts and cultural scene, including the many art galleries and museums in the area.
When staying at a hostel in Hasselager, be sure to ask the staff for directions to the ARoS, the best place to start your tour of the culture within the region and town. You can view many modern art exhibits here. It is located about thirteen kilometers from the town center.
Another great site to visit is the Kolt Church, or the Kolt Kirke in Hasselager. It is one of the oldest churches in the area, having been built in the 1100s. It features architecture from some of the most diverse eras in history, including Medieval, Romanesque, and Goth. This is a good place to go if you are a fan of beautiful old buildings.
Other churches in the town include the Bering Valgmenighed. This church was built in the late 19th century and has a high tower of which you can climb to the top. From the top, you can look out across the cemetery nearby as well as the surrounding countryside. This is definitely one of the best places to go in Hasselager.
If you are feeling active, visit the Khif Badminton complex and play a grueling game of badminton with the people already there. For equipment, just ask your hostel owner where you can find a shop that sells sporting goods. There are many small businesses in the city that can cater to your needs. Other activities include cycling and touring the city and its surrounding areas. There are multiple small parks perfect for relaxation.
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