1-4 May 2017
Europe/Copenhagen timezone


Odense, King's Garten (C) Bjørn Giesenbauer, FlickrFinding accommodations is the participants’ own responsibility. Below you can find a few links that will be useful in this regard.

Overview sites



The easiest option is to fly to Copenhagen and then take a train (over Copenhagen Central Station) to Odense. The hotel is within walking distance from the train station. The train schedule for the Danish train lines can be found at www.rejseplanen.dk. The simplest option is to buy the train ticket and seat reservation from one of the ticket machines in the arrival hall. We can only reimburse 2nd class tickets, but if you order a seat reservation in the “stille zone” — that means “quiet zone” — it is as comfortable as first class, except that you do not get free coffee (you need to buy refreshments for the train ride at the train station before boarding the train). There is also some information about how to reach us on CP3’s web-page http://cp3-origins.dk/research/visit-us

General visitor information:

Some restaurants and bars

  • Olivia Brasserie is located in an old stable in historical "wine tapster alley".
  • Skt. Gertrud’s is both a cafe, bar and restaurant close to the hotel and a great meeting place
  • Restaurant no. 61 has been named best bistro/brasserie in Denmark by the danish "eating guide".
  • Kok&Vin known for its "black board menu" — excellent food in a casual atmosphere at very reasonable prices!
  • Pasfall is a FANCY restaurant with a mentioning in the Michelin guide to Scandinavia.
  • Carlsens Kvarter is a traditional danish pub with a huge selection of beers
  • Christian IV (C4) is a historical pub and the favourite pub for post-docs and other academic staff in historical "wine tapster alley", with a changing selection of "micro brews" on tap.