Denmark's Covid-19 restrictions are easing and tourists from certain countries can now enter Denmark. We're looking forward to welcoming you back on Fyn and the Islands! Take a look at our updated border information and safe travel advice below.
Updated on the 3th of August 2021
Updated information and guidelines about entry into Denmark and transportation to Fyn and the Islands.
All countries are being labelled as either yellow, orange or red. When you travel into Denmark, whether you depart from a yellow, orange or red country will affect the requirements in connection with your entry.
Are you planning a trip to Denmark? Or did you just arrive? Read about the current travel restrictions and what to expect during your stay.
Everyone, including Danish citizens, who travels to Denmark by air, is required to show a negative COVID-19-test before boarding the plane to Denmark. Read more on the rules that apply.
In some places there is a requirement for the use of a face mask or shield - e.g. at covid test centers or if you stand up in the bus or on the train. Notice the applicable signage.
As a tourist, you may experience the requirement of showing a negative Covid-19 test or a Corona passport.
Restaurants in Denmark have reopened with special requirements for guests to have had an antigen tests within 72 hours or a PCR-test up to 96 hours before their visit - or to be able to show a valid Corona passport.
Please remember the good habits: Wash your hands often or use hand sanitiser. Cough or sneeze into your sleeve. Keep 2 meters away whenever possible and always at least 1 meter. Avoid handshakes, cheek kisses and hugs. And most important: If you get symptoms of Covid-19, go into self-isolation and get tested with a PCR test.
No more than 500 people can gather at indoor events and activities simultaneously at the same location. It is therefore not allowed to host and attend indoor events, activities etc. with more than 500 people gathered. Some exceptions apply to bigger conferences, cultural and sports events etc.
Both PCR tests and rapid antigen tests can be used as proof in your corona passport and for regular testing. However, you should always take a PCR test when showing symptoms of Covid-19, or if you are a close contact of someone infected with Covid-19.
Read more about how to get a test at The Region of South Denmark's website