In the coming weeks packages the danes in the car and take on holiday. This year promises to be the pressure on the Danish road network will be substantially higher than usually, because many more holidays at home.
Are you one of those who say goodbye to the Danish roads and running to or through Germany on your vacation, there's good reason to be extra aware this year, all is not as it used to be on and around the autobahn.
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It then a long time in addition to Iceland, Norway, and Germany were the only permitted holiday destinations, and this has led to Germany, in particular, is the foreign holiday destination, many danes have chosen this year. However, there are a number of restrictions, which you must prepare for, if you go to Germany on a road trip.
- There is a requirement for the use of mundbind at all indoor stay in Germany. And therefore, you should carry mundbind, if you need to check at the gas station and pay for fuel. But you must also use the mundbind in visits to museums and hotels, explains Rasmus Boserup from OK.
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the FACTS: the Danes must use mundbind on the favorite travel destinations
advice to travelers will be later in the month, soft up, so that we can get on summer vacation in large parts of Europe.
Read here what the restrictions are in the danes ' five most popular destinations.
* Spain (17 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
Spain continues to have a distances of two meters, and there may be restrictions on when you must go out.
- You must not maintain more than 20 persons, and the number of visitors such as museums and theatres is limited.
- It is compulsory to wear mundbind in the public space.
* Italy (10 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
- That must be kept at least one meter physical distance. You must not maintain more than afstandskravet can be observed.
- It is compulsory to wear mundbind in public transport and indoor areas.
* Greece (8 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
- There are forsamlingsforbud of ten persons exempted, for example, weddings, where there may be 30-50 people.
- a maximum run of two in a taxi.
- It is compulsory to wear mundbind among other things, public transport, malls, pharmacies and hospitals.
Cinemas, theatres and concert halls are still closed.
* Germany (6 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
- There is not forsamlingsforbud, but major events are prohibited.
- It is compulsory to wear mundbind in public transport and shops.
* France (5 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
Assemblies of over ten people is prohibited.
- It is mandatory to use mundbind in all public transport, at stations and in taxi. Shops may require the customers to bear mundbind.
Sources: Statistics Denmark, the Danish embassies in the respective countries.Show more Close
in Addition to that you must remember to acquire a mundbind, if you want to check on the German rest areas, informs earthtimes from OK also, that it is a good idea to smear a good packed lunch, since the German recycling of plastics by rova with schnitzel and bratwurst will be closed in the year, and there is a limited selection of the particular food on several German stations.
If you want the trip to slide as easily as possible, it is also worth noting that there are a large number of road works on the major thoroughfares in Germany. At the junction Hamburg is a road of 12 km down to the Elbentunnelen with a speed limit of 60 km/h.
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Farther down the A7, there are a few long stretches with vejudvidelser, where the speed limit is reduced to 60 km/h. Although there are fewer road works in the year, one should always prepare for traffic jams in Germany, especially in the peak hours in the morning and afternoon. The good advice is to keep informed via the radio and via the German bilistorganisation ADAC on their website.
- please Bring packed lunches and mundbind, if you go to Germany
- Travel as far as possible outside the times with heavy traffic, especially on the weekends
Be especially prepared for long queues to enter Denmark through the border crossings
- Check out the Directorate and Storebælts websites, and listen to local traffic reports on the P4
- are you Running in Germany, so check out bilistorganisationen ADAC's website ADAC.de for traffic announcements (see below Verkehrinformationen)
Team well with breaks along the way, if you run far
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