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    Denmark Travel Guidelines

      Last Updated : 31st May 2021
    • Can Indian travel to the Denmark?
    • YES

    • From 21 April 2021, India has been placed in the RED category. Entry into Denmark is extremely limited and restricted. Mandatory covid test is needed to enter Denmark. Test has to be taken no more than 48 hours before boarding.
    • Read More: https://indien.um.dk

    • Visa and Immigration related updates:
    • Limited Long Stay Visa categories applications accepted in New Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore & Kochi Visa Application Centres. D Category applications accepted in Bangalore, Cochin & Kolkata.Limited C category Visa applications will be accepted only in Bangalore.

    • Wearing mask is advised in public area & connective transportation with restricted social distance.
    • All public gatherings of 50+ people are banned, indoor as well as outdoor until at least 8 July.

    • Social distance
    • At least 1 meter.

    • Border / Entry
    • As of 4 July Denmark has opened up for tourists from most of EU (Excluding Sweden and Portugal) as well as a selected number of third countries: Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Thailand.
    • Requirements for entry: Tourists need to stay for 6 nights and be able to provide proof of stay upon entering Denmark.
    • From 29th may 2021, Denmark has opened its borders to a few EU and Schengen countries and regions with some rules & regulations. There are some countries from outside the EU and Schengen area as well including Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Israel, Singapore. Please read more: https://en.coronasmitte.dk/rules-and-regulations/entry-into-denmark/categorization-of-countries

    • Hotel
    • Hotels are allowed to be open, many has reduced capacity due to decreased volumes.

    • Coach
    • Only social distance is required.

    • Train
    • Only social distance is required.
    • Passengers have to wear a face mask on public transport, in taxis, in airports and on flights.

    • Public Transport
    • Runs as usual with restricted.
    • Passengers have to wear a face mask on public transport, in taxis, in airports and on flights.

    • Cruise
    • Open for cargo and business. Tourist route CPH-OSL running.

    • Shops
    • Full reopening of the retail sector on 11 May.

    • Restaurants
    • Allowed to open on 18 May. Social Distancing rules apply.
    • From April 21, restaurants, bars, cafes and similar are open for outdoor dining. Indoor dining are open for those with a corona pass and a booking.

    • Entrance
    • Attractions are allowed to re-open - With reduced capacity to comply with social distancing rules.
    • Many attractions have reopened with special requirements for guests to have had a COVID test up to 72 hours before their visit. Be sure to check with the relevant attraction before you visit.