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Information for travellers, commuters and tourists

Here you can see what requirements and rules apply to entry into Denmark - both as a Danish citizen, foreigner or commuter. You can also find information about test options.

Arrival in Denmark

The guidelines vary depending on how you arrive in Denmark.

Arrival by car or boat

When you arrive in Denmark, the requirements for testing depend on which country you come from.

Read more about travel restrictions at

Arrival by plane

If you arrive by plane to Denmark, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with travel restrictions at

Test at Billund Airport

At Billund Airport, a test center has been established for both travelers and citizens.

Visit Billund Airport website for more information including opening hours on tests at the airport.

Arriving passengers must present a boarding pass at the test center.

Passengers traveling from Billund Airport must bring proof of either a ticket on the mobile or a printed ticket.

Danes from 2 years and up who are not travelers must book an appointment for a test on

This is how to get a test

On you can find an overview of all Danish test centers.

If you have a Danish CPR number

If you do NOT have a Danish CPR number

  • You can have a quick test done at a center offering quick tests - but not all centres can print your results!
  • You can be tested at one of the Region of Southern Denmark’s centers offering mobile PCR tests after you have registered at
  • See where you can find the region's mobile test centers offering PCR tests
  • You can also get a PCR test at our PCR test centers by first signing up at and then showing up within the opening hours at one of our large test centers, which you will find in Frøslev, Sønderborg, Aabenraa, Esbjerg, Vejle, Kolding, Odense, Svendborg and on Ærø.
  • You cannot be tested at the region's small PCR test centers across the different municipalities. 

Test option for commuters

Test options in Denmark

There are quick test centers close to the border on the Danish side in both Padborg and Tønder in order to meet the test requirements of citizens in the border country who commute across the border.

In addition, it is possible to be tested at mobile test centers in the municipalities.

See where and when mobile test centers are open.

Foreigners and tourists with symptoms should contact a general practitioner

Foreigners and tourists with symptoms of COVID-19 should call the nearest GP in the area. Out of the doctor's working hours, the person in question can call the on call doctor on tel. +45 70 11 07 07.