The Infinite Bridge in Aarhus, Denmark, was designed by Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter. This work was completed in 2015 on the occasion of the Sea Sculpture Festival. The bridge is circular, 61 m in diameter and located at the beach. Wooden deck with steel supports, no barrier around. Infinite Bridge is described by many tourists as a bridge that you won’t reach its end point for even a lifetime.
Other bridges take people where they want to go, while the Infinite Bridge leads you back to where you started thanks to the circular structure. According to architect Johan Gjøde, the bridge’s design helps people experience the surrounding space.
Walking here helps visitors see the beautiful scenery around. At the same time, you can easily communicate with other people, experience nature together.
The bridge was built on an old harbor, where before many people used to take a steam train to rest. From the shore, visitors follow a circle to the farthest point.
Upon arriving in the area, you can also visit the historic Varna Pavilion nearby. From the terrace, you can enjoy the panoramic view below. There is also a restaurant and dance floor inside the building.
Aarhus is located on the western coast of Jutland peninsula. In addition to the Infinite Bridge, it also attracts visitors by the Den Gamle By museum. This is an open-air museum, the ideal destination for families with young children. Near Den Gamle By is the Aarhus botanical garden. In addition, you can also go to two other attractive places, the ARoS Museum of Art and the Viking Underground Museum.