Randers is located in East Jutland and has 62,563 inhabitants (2017), making it Denmark’s 6th largest city. In East Jutland, Randers is the second largest city after Aarhus.

The city is 39 kilometers north of Aarhus at the mouth of the Gudenaa’s northeastern end and at the same time at the bottom of Randers Fjord with steep hills on the north side. From ancient times, Randers has been an important traffic hub for north and south roads, which met at the narrow crossing point at Randers, from which there was also access by ship to Randers Fjord. Today there are train connections to Langaa and Hobro from the city’s railway station, just like all IC trains stops here.

BioNutria Park Randers is a football stadium, home to Super League Club Randers FC. The stadium can accommodate up to 10,300 spectators, of which 9,000 are seats and 1,300 are pitches.

Randers and the surroundings offers many different sights such as: