Løkken, North Jutland

Voyager en toute sécurité au Danemark

Tenez-vous informés sur les dernières recommandations pour les visiteurs qui se rendent au Danemark.

How is life in Denmark?

Danish citizens have a 'corona passport' system, where they can access cafes, restaurants and cultural offerings if they can show that they have had a negative corona test in the past 72 hours.

There may be different restrictions in place in different parts of Denmark, so check before travel in case they affect your trip. People are expected to keep their distance from each other, and face masks are mandatory in all indoor public spaces, including shops.

Find out more about life in Denmark below.

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

Restaurants, bars, cafes and similar are closed except for take out at the present time. Guests in all establishments have to wear a face mask at all times, except when they are seated, and alcohol cannot be sold after 10pm anywhere, including supermarkets and corner shops.

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

From what to do if you suspect you have contracted the coronavirus as a tourist in Denmark, to up to date infection rates, the answers are available here.