More museum than shop, this enchanting place makes a living from creating enamel signs in the old-fashioned way, but the shop is a superb hodgepodge of old-time bric-a-brac and antiques that could swallow you whole.
Rudkøbing's most enchanting cafe is great for coffee and cake, but is best known for its organic lunch plates, which include a main item along with three salads of your choice plus bread.
Put a picnic together with some takeaway smørrebrød, bikse mad (bacon-potato hash, 8.95kr per 100g) or fish fillets (16kr) from this butcher’s shop on the main square.
Changing exhibitions of local interest are displayed in the former clothing store of a Rudkøbing merchant who spent much of his life collecting an array of archaeological finds from all across Langeland.
This pop fest is as much a family oriented week of happy camping as it is classic rock festival. There's lots for kids while the parents (or grandparents?) endure headline acts like anthem-crooner Michael Bolton and…
Large supermarket with a cheapo cafe and a bakery section that opens at 6.30am.