- Partially Open
- Up to 6 Days
Entry is restricted to Citizens and PRs, Spouse & Children of Citizens/PRs, Other Residents (pass holders), Business Travellers, Transit, The borders of Denmark, including the territory of the Faroe Islands, remain closed to most non-EU foreign nationals. Non-EU foreign nationals who do not live or work in Denmark or the Faroe Islands must prove that the purpose of their travel is essential. Entry is allowed from the European Union, the Schengen Area and the United Kingdom, provided that these countries have fewer than 20 COVID-19 cases per 100, 000 people. Countries, from which entry will be allowed, will be classified as "open". "Open" countries will be reclassified as "quarantine" countries if the number of cases per 100, 000 people later rises to 30 or more. The list of "open" and "quarantine" countries will be published weekly. Every traveller entering the territory - regardless of whether they already tested negative for COVID-19 in their country of departure - will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival in Vágar Airport (FAE/EKVG) or the ferry terminal in Hirtshals, Denmark. Only children under the age of 12 will be exempt from testing. Travellers must self-quarantine until they receive their test result.
Officials announced that starting 1 April, travellers who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 at least eight days before arrival will be exempt from the six-day home quarantine requirement
📝 Before your trip
There are no pre-arrival forms/permissions at this time.
🛬 On Arrival
On Arrival you will be required to complete a test for Covid, with the cost borne by the traveller.
😷 Quarantine details
General arrivals will be required to quarantine for up to 6days; Quarantine served at your home / hotel (special arrangement may apply due to GreenLanes). For more information: https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark/travelling-in-or-out-of-denmark/is-my-country-open-or-banned
🛂 Travel restrictions
There are no routes that have greater restrictions at this time.