Aalborg is a charming town with Renaissance buildings, Gothic Cathedral and half-timbered castle.
The peculiar attractions of the city — the street of jomfru ane Gade (Jomfru Ane Gade), which consists entirely of restaurants and bars with large rooms and small terrace on the pedestrian zone.Especially in this part tourist attention is riveted by two places is the house of the merchant Jens Bang and the Cathedral, Budolfi the 14th century. Jens Bang was considered one of the richest men in Aalborg and in 1624, confirmed his reputation by building a huge brick mansion in the Renaissance style, which today is the largest Renaissance building in Northern Europe. Now there is the city’s oldest pharmacy. Close by is another architectural wonder in the same style. House Gardena of Olufsens not so remarkable, but the fact that his former owner was a relative Bang, is already causing a desire to compare buildings.
A funny “trick”, demonstrating a wonderful sense of humor, Jens Bang, is carved out of the rock face with his tongue hanging out. The wall with the image located exactly opposite another attraction on the town hall. According to legend, a merchant, in spite of all his wealth, did not want to elect to the city Council. In retaliation, he was placed on the front of this face.