This Renaissance water castle is visited by thousands of tourists and there's no wonder why - its lavish interiors and gardens are a must…
Small yet charming house - this is where the famous writer spent his childhood from the age of two to fourteen.
The Hans Christian Andersen Museum or H.C. Andersens Odense, is a set of museums/buildings dedicated to the famous author Hans Christian…
Dating back to the 12th century, the royal castle belongs to the oldest preserved secular buildings in Denmark.
Odense City Hall houses the administrative offices of Odense Municipality in the city of Odense on the Danish island of Funen.
St. Canute's Cathedral, also known as Odense Cathedral, is named after the Danish king Canute the Saint, otherwise Canute IV.
This Renaissance castle is something for every history lover. Stylish interior can be visited with a guided tour.
Vibrant venue and the main hub of cultural life in Odense. It also houses Danish Museum of Media and Museum of Photographic Art.
Odense Zoo is a zoological garden in Odense, Denmark.
Holckenhavn Castle is a manor house located next to Holckenhavn Fjord, an arm of the Great Belt, just south of Nyborg on the east coast of…
Hesselagergård, located near Gudme in the southeast of the Danish island Funen, is the oldest Renaissance building in Denmark.
This central Funen Island hotel is set a 10-minute drive from Odense town centre.