Getting around in the city

In Odense there are various ways to get around in the city: 

Odense Tramway

The brandnew Odense Tramway is up and running and connects the city center with the university: English – Odense Letbane

Free inner city bus: In Odense there are free inner city bus services that run at intervals of approximately ten minutes. The buses are easy to recognize – they are pink and decorated with characters from Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales.

FynbusIf you are going for a ride with the bus in Odense, you are travelling with FynBus. Tickets can be purchased as mobile tickets by downloading this App. You can pay with MobilePay or a number of debit cards.

Rent a bike: managed by Donkey Republic. Hop on an orange bike from 15 minutes up to 14 days. 

  • Download the Donkey Republic app and create and account to rent a bike.
  • Prices depend on how long you rent the bike – pay with your credit card.
  • During your rental you can park the bike anywhere on public street, sidewalks, or footpaths (do not park your bike in places that may be of inconvenience to others or in places assigned to other purposes). In Odense you may not leave bicycles in parks or green areas. 
  • Ending your rental period you must leave the bike in a free drop-off station – which can be found via the app. In case you fail to return the bike in a free drop-off station you will be charged with a fee. 

Taxa: You can always call a taxa in Odense. You can call one of the following: Mini-taxa (+45 66123712), Dantaxi (+45 48484848), or Taxasyd (+45 66154415).

Good to know

  1. Denmark as a safe and secure destination

Denmark is one of the safest, most secure, and peaceful countries in the world with a strong healthcare system, hyperconnected infrastructure and a highly tech-savvy and English-speaking population.

  • Sustainability

It’s easy to host a sustainable event in Odense as many of the hotels in the city center hold an official eco-certification. The city’s convention venues are also certified, and everything is within walking distance so there is no need for public transportation or taxis within the city centre.

The city has a range of excellent hotels and conference venues where awareness of sustainability is increasingly on the agenda – contributing to rethinking the ways meetings are organized and hotels are operated. By focusing on the Nordic Cuisine, many restaurants contribute to boosting the production and consumption of traditional, local, and seasonal food products.

  • VISA guidelines

Participants from EU and the EEA countries (and participants from third countries with a Schengen work and residence permit) can travel to Denmark without a visa. Non-EU/EEA residents are subject to the visa rules between Denmark and the specific country and their participants’ travel patterns within the Schengen area within the past 180 days. Participants from countries exempt from visas can participate with no further permits. Other participants will apply for a visa at their local embassy. The visa will normally be issued within a 15-20 day timeframe. We recommend beginning the process three months in advance. The likelihood of obtaining a visa is based on financial, educational and employment factors of the specific participant