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  2. Odense - Wikipedia

    Odense (/ ˈ oʊ d ən s ə / OH-dən-sə, US also / ˈ oʊ θ ən s ə / OH-thən-sə, Danish: [ˈoðˀn̩sə] ⓘ) is the third largest city in Denmark (behind Copenhagen and Aarhus) and the largest city on the island of Funen.

  3. Welcome to Odense - this is where the fairy tale starts. Hans Christian Andersen's hometown offers lots of things to do all year round regardless of whether you like museums or long nature walks, gourmet or street food.

  4. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Odense - Tripadvisor

    Things to Do in Odense, Denmark: See Tripadvisor's 30,285 traveler reviews and photos of Odense tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in October. We have reviews of the best places to see in Odense. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.

  5. Welcome to Odense | VisitDenmark

    A land of fairytales and wonder, Odense is not to be missed. Whether you're looking for adventure or a relaxed Danish getaway, Odense is perfect for everyone. Odense is the home of the most famous fairy tale author in the world: Hans Christian Andersen.

  6. About Odense. The quirky, millennium-old capital of Fyn (or Funen), Odense is populated by street corner sculptures of trolls and monster-footed benches. Hans Christian Andersen's birthplace is crammed with fairytale-related attractions. A plethora of castles awaits in the surrounding countryside, including the 1554 Egeskov Castle with its ...

  7. Attractions in Odense | VisitOdense

    Photo: Andreas Events - Whats on in Odense Odense is known for its many events and festivals, but we also have a rich cultural life on other fronts. Odense Theater, Odeon Concert Hall, the Funen Opera and many other local forces provide a rich cultural life throughout the year. © VisitOdense Photo: Anja Panduro Architecture and Urban Spaces

  8. Odense is a modern, open Danish city with 200,000+ citizens, a vibrant city centre, green oases and active local communities. A city where wonderful experiences and international festivals inspire and attract.

  9. Why Odense, Denmark, should be on your 2020 travel list

    Just 75 minutes from Copenhagen lies charming and historic Odense. Here are just some of the ways you can discover this idyllic town in 2020. Why Odense, Denmark, should be on your 2020 travel list - Lonely Planet

  10. Odense, city, northern Funen island, Denmark, on the Odense River. The site was sacred in pagan times as the vi, or sanctuary, of Odin (one of the principal gods in Norse religion) but was first recorded in history about ad 1000. A bishop’s seat from the 10th century, it became a centre for.

  11. Odense travel - Lonely Planet | Denmark, Europe

    Møntergården Odense The new, stylishly designed main section of this city-history museum takes visitors on a thematic walk through humorously named 'Funen – Centre of the… Odense Domkirke Odense A feast of whitewashed Gothic arches and vaulting, Odense’s imposing cathedral took 200 years to build (1300–1499) with the tower added in the 1580s.