Recommendations of Odense, Fyn and the islands
Quite a few important stakeholders recommend a visit in Odense, Fyn and the surrounding islands. Here are a few examples:
The New York Times: Places for Traveler to Visit in 2023
The New York Times has placed Odense and Fyn on their influential list of places to visit in 2023. Odense is nr. 28 of 52 recommended destinations on the list.
New York Times: Places for Traveler to Visit in 2023 - Odense >
Vogue: Danish harbor baths - how and where to try it
Vouge writes about harbor and cost bathing all year around in Denmark. The article mentions, that Langeland is hosting its first-ever winter swimming festival. Also The Odense Harbor Bath is recommended.
VOUGE: In Denmark, Harbor Bathing Is a Year-Round Activity - Here’s Why and Where to Try It >
Forbes: Cultural Hiking in Odense, Denmark
Carl's Camino is mentioned on Forbes' list of experiences in Scandinavia you don't want to miss in 2024.
Scandinavia Travel: 5 Must-Visit Destinations In 2024 >
Forbes: A New Scrumptious And Sustainable Eating Experience In Denmark
Forbes has been visiting Ærø and tasted the local food.
A New Scrumptious And Sustainable Eating Experience In Denmark >
Passport the world: Fyn in Denmark – 20 tips and things to do
Get Deborah Durrfeld's best traveltips for Fyn in the summer of 2023.
Fyn in Denmark – 20 tips and things to do >
The 9 BEST things to do in Odense
Weareglobaltravellers.com has been visiting Odense in 2022.
Weareglobaltravellers.com: The 9 BEST things to do in Odense >
Forbes' 5 Fascinating Facts About Odense
Times Magazine: The Fairy-tale City Odense
In 2021 Odense was on Times Magazine's list of World's greatest places.
Times Magazine: The Fairy-tale City Odense >
Lonely Planet: Why Odense should be on your 2020 travel list
Lonely Planet has quite a few good arguments on why you should go visit Odense.
Lonely Planet: Why Odense, Denmark, should be on your 2020 travel list >
We Are Flyfishing: From pauper to prince
Weareflyfishing.com has written a 30 pages article about where to live, eat and fish at different expences on Fyn.
From pauper to prince