The white cliffs of Møn are located south of Copenhagen

Safe travel in Denmark

Denmark's COVID restrictions are easing and tourists from a number countries can now enter Denmark. Take a look at our updated border information and safe travel advice below. We're looking forward to welcoming you back!

Country by country information

Visit our local language sites for relevant information, or read on if your country isn't mentioned below. Rules and restrictions are subject to change - check the Danish Government's Covid Travel Rules site for the most up to date information.

The Langeland coastline in Denmark
The Opal Lake on Bornholm
Løkken, North Jutland
Mols Bjerge in Djursland
A drone view of Henne Mølle Å hotel, a beach hotel on the west coast of Denmark
Entry into Denmark
Copenhagen airport terminal 3

Visiting Denmark

Updated information and guidelines about entry into Denmark.

Denmark welcomes fully vaccinated visitors from EU, Schengen and OECD nations (which includes the UK and USA). In most cases, for vaccinated visitors there is no mandatory quarantine period in Denmark, but please check carefully on the Danish Government's info website, as there are some exceptions.

If you are not fully vaccinated but have a negative corona test, restrictions vary according to which country you are travelling from. 

How is life in Denmark?

Denmark operates a 'corona passport' system, which allows access cafes, restaurants and cultural offerings based on vaccine status, previous infections or negative tests within 72 hours (96 hours from July 1). Regular testing is easy and highly accessible, and all tests within Denmark are free. Find out more about our testing system, including where to get a test, here

Heartland Festival at Egeskov Castle Denmark

Many attractions have reopened with special requirements for guests to have had a COVID test before their visit. Be sure to check with the relevant attraction before you visit. 

A woman walks out of Helenekilde Badehotel in North Zealand, Denmark
Hotels & accommodation

All accommodation types, from hotels, to holiday cottages and campsites have strict hygiene and safety regulations in place. These range from more frequent cleaning to off-contact check-in and more. Please always check with your accommodation to receive information about their regulations.

A woman washes her hands at a coronavirus handwash station
Eating out

Restaurants, bars, cafes and similar are open for outdoor dining. Indoor dining is open for those with a corona pass and a booking.

A woman walks through Copenhagen airport in a face mask during the coronavirus period

Passengers have to wear a face mask on public transport.

A keep your distance sticker on the floor in Denmark, to help avoid the spread of coronavirus
Frequently-asked questions

Any other questions? Call the Corona Hotline.

How do I travel safely around Denmark?

There are so many ways to explore and enjoy Denmark away from the crowds. Rent a bike, stay in a holiday home, enjoy outdoor culture trails and more!

Go on an outdoor adventure
Woman looking at Lille Tilde, Forgotten Giants by Thomas Dambo
How to hygge in a Danish holiday home or holiday cottage
North Jutland Holiday House Hygge
Cycling in Denmark
The Bicycle Snake in Copenhagen
Discover Denmark's most beautiful places
The white cliffs of Moen
The most beautiful beaches in Denmark
Grenen is Denmark's northernmost point. At Grenen, you can experience the two seas collide.
Island hopping in Denmark
Robben bei Thyborøn an der Dänischen Nordsee
Go green in Denmark
The old railroad on Amager in Copenhagen
Troll hunting in Denmark
Hunt for Hidden Giants in the outskirts of Copenhagen