St. Canute's Cathedral, also known as Odense Cathedral, is named after the Danish king Canute the Saint, otherwise Canute IV.
Koldinghus is a Danish royal castle in the town of Kolding on the south central part of the Jutland peninsula.
The oldest cathedral in Denmark dates to the 13th century and an only five-aisled one. Note the monument dedicated to King Valdemar's son.
Jelling is a village in Denmark with a population of 3,479, located in Jelling Parish approx. 10 km northwest of Vejle.
Odense Zoo is a zoological garden in Odense, Denmark.
Museum dedicated to the life and work of the classical music composer who was born in Odense. Free entrance.
Mandø is one of the Danish Wadden Sea islands off the southwest coast of Jutland, Denmark in the Wadden Sea, part of the North Sea.
The Glavendrup stone, designated as DR 209 by Rundata, is a runestone on the island of Funen in Denmark and dates from the early 10th…
During the WWI., Zeppelin airships were operated from Tønder. Learn more in the museum situated near the original base.
Popular seaside resort flocked with Danish tourists. Blue Flag awarded, with plenty of amenities and sports facilities.
An interesting example of human skill. Collection of more than 1700 ships in a bottle, all built by a single man.
Time stands still here: unspoilt nature, dunes, wonderful quiet beaches and two historical townships - what a peaceful place.
Stately city walls encompass the city centre. Walk along them and marvel at the various statues, ramparts and cannons scattered around.
This truly impressive architectural marvel serves as a hub for local events from cinema to concerts and a great restaurant.
The smallest populated Danish islet. Flat stretch of land with charming panoramic views, abandoned beaches and old houses.
Situated atop the fortifications, it is a perfect vantage point to overlook the whole city and its surroundings. A picnic area.