The tips and tricks for using public transportation in Odense.
The central station and the central bus terminal are located in the same building.
Buses in Odense are operated by Fynbus. You can read more about their services on the website of Fynbus and download Fynbus' tourist map to discover all the exciting spots accessible by bus in Odense and Fyn.
Tickets can be online through Fynbus' website or via their app. Children are half price. You can also pay for your ticket by using a Rejsekort. You can buy these cards and fill them up via vending machines at the train station, at the ticketing office, or online. You put money on these cards in advance. When entering the bus, you scan the card on one of the scanners located by the bus doors. The cost of the ticket is deducted from the money available on your card. You can find out more about the cards at the ticketing office. Find more information about ticketing apps, schedules, and prices on Fynbus' website.
Free city bus
You might have noticed pink and green minibuses touring the city center. This is a free bus service that departs every eight minutes from the bus terminal and circles the downtown and the harbour areas. Read more about the free city bus here or find the route here.
Trains in Denmark are operated by DSB. Tickets for the train can be bought either online, at the ticketing office, or at a ticket machine. If you are an adult travelling on the train, you are allowed to bring up to two children under the age of 12 free of charge. Children between 12 and 15 travel at a reduced price while children 16 and above pay full price. In addition to your train ticket, you need to buy a seat ticket (30 DKK) if you want to reserve a seat in advance.
Fynbus ticketing office is located at Dannebrogsgade 10, 5000 Odense C. Opening hours are Mon (9:00-17:30) and Tues-Fri (9:00-16:00). DSB ticketing office is located at Østre Stationsvej 27, 5000 Odense C, 2nd floor.