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Must visit places in the old towns

Photo: Andreas Bastiansen

The old towns of Fyn ooze with "hygge" and nostalgia. So make sure to take time to enjoy the quiet town life and feel the historic wingspan.

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Ærøskøbing
Photo: Lasse Hjort

Ærøskøbing

Ærøskøbing is in itself an attraction and is often referred to as the Fairytale town.

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Ware House on Rudkøbing Habour
Photo: Andreas Bastiansen

Ware House on Rudkøbing Habour

DFDS warehouse from 1916.

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The town of Faaborg
Photo: Faaborg Turistbureau

The town of Faaborg

Faaborg Shopping and City Life
The city name “Foburgh” which is believed to mean “the castle of the fox”, is mentioned for the first time in the year 1229, where King Valdemar the victorious presente...

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Bogense
Photo: Jens Wognsen

Bogense

Denmark's nicest market town with good shopping opportunities, a lovely harbor environment and a well-preserved old town center.

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Unique harbour front with Lillebælt bridges as its backdrop

Experience the beautiful new, award-winning harbour front. Here, homes, cafés, the marina, the old harbour, KulturØen and Middelfart Sparekasses award-winning headquarters admirably intermingle with t...

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Go Shopping in Møllergade
Photo: VisitSvendborg

Go Shopping in Møllergade

Møllergade is not only the city’s longest shopping street – it is the very essence of
Svendborg! This is where you find funny oddities, great food and sprightly,
unconventional creativity.


Møllergade h...

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Nyborg’s cosiest street
Photo: Jørgen Diswal

Nyborg’s cosiest street

Walk through Slotsgade and enjoy the view of the unique urban space and surroundings – part of the so-called “Mirror of Princes”, which is reflected in the still waters of Møllegraven, while Nyborg Ca...

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De fynske købstæders hyggeligste områder
Photo: VisitFyn

Assens købstad

Assens var efter al sandsynlighed en købstad allerede i middelalderen. De ældste kendte købstadsrettigheder er fra 1524. Byens velstand ses af Vor Frue Kirke med det ottekantede tårn, der stammer fra slutningen af det 15. århundrede.

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The old town
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The Old Town Quarter in Odense
Photo: Johan Joensen

The Old Town Quarter in Odense

The Old Town dates back to medieval times and is situated on the East side of the city centre. The main streets Overgade and Nedergade, were the right places to live and where the most powerful and in...

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