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Funen and Surrounding Islands

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All towns and small communities are served with high daily frequency.
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Revision as of 22:37, 12 December 2007

Funen is an island in Denmark.

Little Belt bridge connecting Funen (to the right) and Jutland


Main towns

  • Odense Regional Capital of Fyn (Funen) island
  • Assens Coastal town
  • Bogense Coastal town
  • Fåborg Coastal town
  • Kerteminde Town along Odense Canal,gateway to Kattegat Sea
  • Middelfart Coastal town by Lillebælt bridge to Jylland(Jutland)
  • Nyborg Coastal town by Storebælt bridge to Sjælland )(Zealand)
  • Ringe Agricultural town. Middle of Fyn.
  • Svendborg Coastal town by causeway to Tåsinge and Langeland islands
  • Marstal On Ærø island in South Funen (Fyn)Sea
  • Ærøskøbing On Ærø island in South Funen (Fyn)Sea
  • Rudkøbing On Langeland Island in South Funen (Fyn)Sea
  • Roerslev

Other destinations



The Danes talk Danish but many Danes also understand English. If you can't either of those languages you can try German since Danish pupils have German in about 3 years in middleschool.

Get in

By car

Funen is connected to Zealand with the Great Belt bridge (toll bridge) and to Jutland the Little Belt bridge (free).

By train

There are also many trainconnections all over in Denmark. The biggest trainstation is in Odense, wherefrom you can go south to Ringe and Svendborg.

Get around

By car

A good road and motorway system connect all coastal towns with each other as well from Odense in the center.

By bike

The Funen island (da.Fyn) is bike friendly and most roads from Odense in the center, has dedicated bike paths.

By train

Direct and non-stop from Copenhagen hourly. On Fyn there is service from Odense Central to Ringe,Svendborg, Other towns are served by bus.

By bus

All towns and small communities are served with high daily frequency.

By cab

The last solution is getting around with cab. It's the most expensive way of traveling but if you don't have the opportunity to get around in car, you don't have a bike, and you don't want to travel with public means of transport you can take the cab.





Stay safe

Get out

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