Learn why Forbes believes that the Danish viking ring fortresses, including the one in Odense, will be the next big attraction in Europe.
Odense is rapidly evolving, and if you haven't visited in the last few years, you'll be surprised by all the new possibilities. A new H.C. Andersen House, a brand new quarter in the city centre covering the real estate that the enormous 4-lane thoroughfare used to cover, the light rail is running, exciting things are happening at the harbour and much more.
At the same time, Odense also features cobbled streets and colourful little row houses in the historic quarter, fantastic and sometimes quirky festivals throughout the year and a location in the middle of the island Funen, known for its many castles and manor houses and beautiful scenery.
We love Odense, of course, and luckily we're not the only ones.
Here is our take on of what a fun, adventurous weekend could look like, if you are planning a visit to Odense. Here are suggestions for activities, attractions and eateries and a 3 day itinerary to make the most of your precious free time with your one and only, friends or family
Sustainability is high on the agenda in Odense, and we would like to inspire you to a more sustainable stay in Odense. On this page, you can find inspiration and information about environmentally certified hotels, eateries with a focus on organic and local produce, and attractions that wor...
A hotel accommodation for a conference guest, a night in a B&B with personal charm, budget-friendly accommodation right in the center, a tent site, a family room? Or perhaps a day ticket for the Andersen museums or a guided tour with one of the local experts?
Odense is a very child-friendly city with fun attractions, restaurants with room for little people and lots of other activities. Here, the whole family can travel back in history, sail on the river and become wiser about animals and climate at the Odense ZOO.