From the 15. June it will be possible for tourists to stay in Denmark for five nights, although there had previously been a requirement for a minimum of six nights.
There must, however, continue to provide evidence that there is booked a minimum stay of six nights. It informs the ministry of Justice in an email.
the Measure is done in order to cater to the particular tourists in the Danish holiday cottages, where guests typically check in and out on Saturdays.
15. June is, however, a Monday. Therefore, tourists will only be able to achieve five nights in Denmark in the first week of the reopening, if they have booked a holiday from Saturday, 13. June to Saturday 20. June.
With the measure to get tourists the opportunity to stay in Denmark for only five nights instead of six.
- the ministry of Justice informs that the tourists from Germany, Norway or Iceland, who have booked a holiday in Denmark from the 13. to the 20. June, may well come to Denmark the 15. June, in spite of the fact that the tourists only stay for five nights.
- the Tourists must continue to be able to present documentation at the border for a minimum stay of six days, but they will be allowed to enter, although at the opening the 15. June is only five days of the booking back, writes the ministry in the mail.
the Opening of the borders for the German, Norwegian and icelandic tourists from 15. June was published by the government on Friday.
the Police will verify whether the conditions for entry are met.
If a tourist who wishes to be admitted, exhibit obvious signs of disease, as for example cough, signs of fever or similar, it would be rejected at the border.
Incoming in Denmark will at random be asked to take a test for the corona virus at border crossings. But it is not a requirement.