Walthers kiosk.: For international newspapers and lottery tickets.
Walthers kiosk is the best place in town to pick up foreign newspapers.
There are also quite a few international magazines, so this is your place to stock up on reading meterial i Faaborg if you are a foreigner.
Also note that this little place has had a record number of people winning the lottery after buying there tickets there, so you might wanna try your luck.
The service there is really good as the place is run by an extremely service minded family.
What to buy: Lottery tickets.
- Road Trip
- Casino and Gambling
The pedestrian street.
Faaborg has a pedestrian street with lot's of shops and little cafes.
Nice place to do some shopping while taking breaks sipping coffee in one of the cafes.
It starts at the townhall square and ends by the museum and is around 200 meters long.
Saturday morning is a particular good day to take a walk in the pedestrian street as that is market day on the main square and that always garentees a lively morning in the pedestrian street.
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
- Women's Travel
- Business Travel
Hardys.: Bicycles and fishing.
Hardys is the place in Faaborg to go for gear if you are in Faaborg by bicycle or here to go fishing.
Cycling and fiashing are very common persuits for tourists in Faaborg so this could easily be helpful to the visitor here.
The shop has a very good selection of gear and the staff is very good at guiding you towards the right choice.
In the southern part of Fyn you do not get a better store than this one.
Netto bags for jordbaerplukkers
You could always tell a strawberry picker - he is the one with the yellow Netto bag. Netto is a very cheap and not necessarily cheerful supermarket, used by us cos we couldn't afford to go to Super Brugsen. Oh, we would dream of going to Super Brugsen!
One thing worth remembering here is that there are very few cans of drink. A bottle opener would be handy. Also, if you bring your empty bottles back to the shop, they will give you a few Kroner in return. Now isn't that cool? We used to do that in Britain years ago, many years ago, but it is till the norm here in eco-riendly Denmark.
various: Art and antiques
Fåborg's town centre is full of art and antiques shops so just take your pick on where to spend your money.
- Business Travel
- Arts and Culture