Tourism Between Finland and Denmark, it is now possible in both directions without quarantine recommendations.
Finland opened its border with Denmark earlier, which means that Denmark has been allowed to travel to Finland for a couple of weeks without the recommendation to remain in quarantine.
Denmark made a similar decision for Finland from Saturday. The Finnish-Danish border is now open without internal border controls.
However, if the mind does to Denmark, there are some things to consider. The Embassy of Finland in Denmark lists special activities for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Finnish missions abroad website.
Finnish tourists can enter the country if they have to present an accommodation reservation in Denmark for at least six days. Transit through Denmark is also permitted on the way home or on a holiday to a destination outside Denmark. You can also enter Denmark via Sweden by car.
There must be no symptoms of coronavirus on arrival at the border.
If transit through Denmark to the rest of Europe is planned, it is permitted provided that the route through Denmark is the shortest possible. The trip must not include unnecessary stops. The tourist must also be able to prove at the border that the holiday trip is outside Denmark.
Finland’s policy is still to avoid unnecessary travel abroad. The only exceptions are Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Denmark does not carry out corona tests on arrivals and does not require health certificates at the border.
All tourists over the age of 12 arriving in the Faroe Islands will be subjected to a compulsory coronavirus test either at Vagar Airport or at Hirtshals in Denmark before the ferry departs. Tourists must remain in voluntary quarantine until the test result is complete.
When traveling from Denmark to Greenland, a negative coronavirus test result must be presented, which must not be more than five days old.
Denmark has lifted many of the interest rate restrictions that have already been in place, but society is not fully open.
Denmark does not have rules restricting internal movement.
The use of public transport is urged to be avoided, especially during peak hours, and to keep a safety distance of one meter with other passengers or to sit in the same direction. In addition, the use of hand gloves and hand disinfectant wipes is recommended.
Gathering restrictions are still in place and, for example, nightclubs and indoor Sports Centers will be closed in the country until August. The ban on gatherings of more than 500 people will be in force until the end of August.