Christmas in the small market towns on Fyn
Experience the Christmas atmosphere spreading in the streets in the market towns. Fyn offers beautiful Christmas lighting, cozy Christmas activities and delicious Christmas food.
Do you love Christmas? So do we. We have collected our best bids on where you can get the best magical experiences on Fyn. The market towns on Fyn are decorated for Christmas and invite you to enjoy alle the magical Christmas experiences. Take a walk and enjoy Christmas exhibitions in the shop windows and the beautiful lights and trees in each city.
Take a walk in the streets of Odense and enjoy the fresh air, the beautiful lights and the decorated storefronts. Leave before dark and get some Christmas gift shopping arranged. You can look into Odenses great collection of specialty stores.
You can also stroll around odense´s historic district. This is where the magic Christmas market takes place in December. Walk around and enjoy historic, cobbled streets of the old town, where Hans Christian Andersen grew up. If you are lucky, a little snow will fall to complete the Christmas mood.
Magical Christmas time on Ærø
Visit the fairytale town Ærøskøbing and get in the right Christmas mood. The traditional Christmas market is also held this year, where you can enjoy the Christmas atmosphere in the cozy town. Take a walk through the Christmas decorated pedestrian street and enjoy the sparkling Christmas lights. You can buy a few Christmas presents at your leisure. Be sure to visit Blåbær Gårdbutik and Den gamle Købmandsgaard.
Enjoy the Christmas spirit of Bogense
The old market town on Nordfyn oozes Christmas atmosphere every year in November and December. Especially Adelsgade has many hidden gems. Take a walk through Adelsgade and enjoy the beautiful Christmas lights. The tour takes you past Hempels Gård. Over time, this special building has served as both a dyeing and butcher shop. Today the home is privately owned and listed. If you are into even more urban history, you will also come across Nordfyns oldest house on Adelgade 44 th . In 2020 the building has been there for 600 years.
Of course you can also not visit Bogense without greeting little Mannekin Pis. But wait, do you think it is not in Brussels? Yes, yes, but in Adelgade you will find a copy of the little peeing boy. And at Christmas time he is dressed in fine Santa clothes. From Adelgade you can also follow in the footsteps of the guards on The Watchman’s Path along the town stream. You can also stroll to Adelgade 58 and see the world's (perhaps) oldest holly. The large beautiful holly with thousands of red berries gives a good shot Christmas mood.