It’s really not far from Nyborg Railway Station. Nyborg is not too big. When we went, the front of the castle was still under construction. The ticket hall had a Chinese guide
Odense means "the temple of Odin". Odin is the great god (the highest god) in Norse mythology. The series of castles here are worthy of preservation!
A bit like the castle in the Danish fairy tale, it feels very interesting and full of sense of travel.
The country castle where fairy tales are published must be very flavorful. Denmark is the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales. So the feeling it gives me is the beautiful imagination of Prince and Princess Castle. This time I felt that I went to find out and came to Nyborg Castle. One of Denmark's cultural heritages has a long history. It was built in 1170, so it is a very old castle to this day. It is said that the more meaningful the time is, so Nyborg Castle is like this. The center of Denmark is Nyborg Castle. Now it is announced for everyone to come and visit every room without a courier. The party can announce it and let everyone have a deeper experience. At the place where the king discussed the council, you can still see the data books at that time as if the scene was restored or the scene was online. Whenever the king wants to hold an event or meeting room, everyone will know and understand. Therefore, the citizens are very close to the king as if there is no sense of distance, and it is also very grand. Every July, the most lively festival is held in Nyborg Castle, so the performance is very beautiful and large in scale, showing the militarized training in the castle and the style of the country! Looking back from a distance is to give me a feeling of a castle in a Danish fairy tale. Guess the castle in the story may be constructed after Nyborg Castle! Tips Tickets: Free Opening hours: Sunday Transportation: Take the bus and get off at Nyborg St. Station and walk for about 15 minutes to arrive.