Howdy! It’s #TourismThursday and today we are happy to announce US tourists are once again allowed to enter Denmark – with certain protocols and guidelines in place of course.
Here is the scoop according to Visit Denmark (the official tourism organization of the country):
Denmark opened to fully vaccinated travelers from the US and UK as of June 5th.
Fully vaccinated meaning that they’ve had an EMA approved vaccine and that it has been at least 14 days since the final dose. There are no longer any restrictions in terms of ‘worthy purpose’, testing and isolation for these travelers.
Unvaccinated children traveling with vaccinated grownups are also allowed entry but will have to test. The same is the case for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
In search of a beautiful yet often overlooked European country for your summer getaway? Denmark – located in northern Europe – is a fabulous option thanks to a variety of stunning landscapes, charming towns, some pretty cool geological formations and a way of life that lands it on the list of the happiest and most prosperous countries in the world! Don’t delay! Dust off that passport and give your Travel Gurus a call to discuss Denmark as your next travel destination!