Popular Accommodations in Odense
Highlights in Odense
- Visit to the Hans Christian Anders House
- Odense Zoo
- Smørrebrød from traditional to extravagant
- Excursion to Odense Castle
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On the search for a beautifully situated holiday apartment in the hometown of Hans Christian Anders you will find it especially in the center of the city. There you pitch your tents in the immediate vicinity of sights such as the railway museum, the Hans Christian Anders House and the worth seeing Sankt Knuds Kirke. You will live in an apartment in the north of the city, from where it is not far to the sea. Alternatively you can move into a vacation rental in the green belt of Odenses, which offers more than enough space for the whole family.
Holiday in Odense
Travelers and Activities
Culture lovers get their money's worth on a holiday in Odense. This is not least due to the rich offer of museums and exhibitions. In addition to the Bymuseet Møntergården, which is dedicated to the archaeological findings of the island of Funen, the largest railway museum in Europe, with an exhibition area of 10,000 square metres, is particularly worth a visit. A detour to the open-air museum "Den Fynske Landsby", to the Iron Age village in the suburb Naesby and to Odense Castle is also worthwhile.
Things to know
Odense has some technical highlights to offer. These include the "Science Day" and the "International Dance Day" in April, the "Scenoskop" theatre festival and the harbour festival in May, as well as the Hans Christian Anders Parade, which is held regularly between June and August. Other highlights are the Midsummer Festival in June and the Iron Age Market in May.
Between 1654 and 1659 Odense was Denmark's capital.
Top 3 travel tips
In Odense also big holiday-makers undertake an excursion into their childhood. After all, places worth seeing such as the Hans Christian Andersen Museum, the Hans Christian Andersen Childhood House and a wide range of fairytale sculptures await you on site.2. Enjoy the traditional Smørrebrød
Hardly anything is more typical for this region of Denmark than Smørrebrød. No matter whether traditionally with smoked herring and fried egg or fancy with crabs, tartare and caviar. Here every palate gets its money's worth.3. Visit the Odense Zoo
With over 2,000 animals from all over the world, the Odense Zoo is a must for families. Enjoy a tour of the idyllic zoo and visit elegant giraffes, witty macaques and majestic Siberian tigers.