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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Odense

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Historical Places in Odense

Castle
Egeskov Castle , Odense
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Admire the best preserved moat castle in Europe at Egeskov Castle. Built by Frands Brockenhuus and completed in 1554, the castle contains 66
Religious Site
4.2
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3.2
Hans Christian Andersen Airport is a small airport serving the Danish city of Odense. It is located in the village of Beldringe, some 9 km no
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
This Experience is provided by a private local.Each LocalBini Experience is conducted in a small group of up to 8 people.Are you ready to join me for a surprise walk around Aarhus?From my many experiences and personal interactions in Aarhus, I have gathered a personal checklist of must-sees with my most memorable places. Don’t miss out on the chance to see Aarhus from a unique perspective and understand why I call this place my home! Create a deeper connection with the city, just like I have, and enjoy exclusive anecdotes, tips and tricks, and secret revelations of Aarhus. We will meet at Aarhus Cathedral and from there, your authentic discovery of Aarhus will start!
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Castle
Koldinghus , Kolding
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At Koldinghus, see where Danish kings received foreign ambassadors, presided over the high court, and held banquets and balls. The castle was
Religious Site
Ribe Domkirke , Ribe
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Ribe Cathedral or Our Lady Maria Cathedral (Danish: Ribe Domkirke or Vor Frue Maria Domkirke) is located in the ancient city of Ribe, on the

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Variety is no problem when searching for a place to stay in Odense, the birthplace of Hans Christian Anderson. The city is a transportation hub for the rest of the island, and many of its sights can be seen by foot or bicycle no matter which neighborhood you choose to stay in. There is no shortage of hotels here, though it is more expensive to stay in the city center. For more affordable options, look outside the center, or if you want a prime location, a basic hostel in the city center. If you prefer a more personalized experience, the city boasts a number of guesthouses and family-owned bed and breakfasts.
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