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Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) announced yesterday that from 15 June the Danes are free to go on holiday in Iceland, Norway or Germany. However, there is a marked monkey dabei. Not only are there a number restrictions in Iceland, Norway and Germany, to which Danish tourists must relate, but Danes also get restrictions with from home. Thus, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs's recommendations call for refraining from visiting cities with more than 750,000 inhabitants. If you still dream of a city break in Berlin, for example, you should the authorities isolate themselves for 14 days after returning home. The invitation to stay away from big city holidays has no bearing on visits to Iceland, as it was a total population there is about half, and not even for visits to Norway, since the Norwegian capital, Oslo, which is also the country's largest city, roughly has 680,000 inhabitants. On the other hand, this means that Danish tourists have to drive around several cities in Germany. If the recommendations are to be followed strictly, as a Danish tourist, you must stay away from Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt and Cologne if you do not want to isolate yourself for 14 days after returning home. No enforcement While it is only June 15, Iceland, Germany and Norway that Danes can travel without going against the authorities' recommendations, all unnecessary travel is still advised against all other parts of the world. If you take out anyway, it is strongly recommended that you self-insulate for 14 days after returning home. So while Spain, for example, is working to welcome tourists again from July, travel to the country until 31 August is thus still continued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. - These are travel guides, so we try to guide the Danes based on the knowledge we have about where we think it is safe and safe to go on vacation. It is clear that there is no ban, there will be no enforcement, there will not be police checks at the airport about where one may be heading, says Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs citizen Erik Brøgger Rasmussen. - But of course we expect the Danes to listen to the advice and the one instructions, as they have done throughout the corona crisis.
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Despite Open Borders: No Big City Break For The Danes

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) announced yesterday that from 15 June the Danes are free to go on holiday in Iceland, Norway or Germany. However, there is a marked monkey dabei. Not only are there a number restrictions in Iceland, Norway and Germany, to which Danish tourists must relate, but Danes also get restrictions with from home. Thus, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs's recommendations call for refraining from visiting cities with more than 750,000 inhabitants. If you still dream of a city break in Berlin, for example, you should the authorities isolate themselves for 14 days after returning home. The invitation to stay away from big city holidays has no bearing on visits to Iceland, as it was a total population there is about half, and not even for visits to Norway, since the Norwegian capital, Oslo, which is also the country's largest city, roughly has 680,000 inhabitants. On the other hand, this means that Danish tourists have to drive around several cities in Germany. If the recommendations are to be followed strictly, as a Danish tourist, you must stay away from Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt and Cologne if you do not want to isolate yourself for 14 days after returning home. No enforcement While it is only June 15, Iceland, Germany and Norway that Danes can travel without going against the authorities' recommendations, all unnecessary travel is still advised against all other parts of the world. If you take out anyway, it is strongly recommended that you self-insulate for 14 days after returning home. So while Spain, for example, is working to welcome tourists again from July, travel to the country until 31 August is thus still continued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. - These are travel guides, so we try to guide the Danes based on the knowledge we have about where we think it is safe and safe to go on vacation. It is clear that there is no ban, there will be no enforcement, there will not be police checks at the airport about where one may be heading, says Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs citizen Erik Brøgger Rasmussen. - But of course we expect the Danes to listen to the advice and the one instructions, as they have done throughout the corona crisis.

The Danish authorities say good for holidays in Germany, Norway and Iceland, but you still have to stay away from the big cities.

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) announced yesterday that from 15 June the Danes are free to go on holiday in Iceland, Norway or Germany. However, there is a marked monkey dabei.

Not only are there a number restrictions in Iceland, Norway and Germany, to which Danish tourists must relate, but Danes also get restrictions with from home.

Thus, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’s recommendations call for refraining from visiting cities with more than 750,000 inhabitants.

If you still dream of a city break in Berlin, for example, you should the authorities isolate themselves for 14 days after returning home.

The invitation to stay away from big city holidays has no bearing on visits to Iceland, as it was a total population there is about half, and not even for visits to Norway, since the Norwegian capital, Oslo, which is also the country’s largest city, roughly has 680,000 inhabitants.

On the other hand, this means that Danish tourists have to drive around several cities in Germany.

If the recommendations are to be followed strictly, as a Danish tourist, you must stay away from Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt and Cologne if you do not want to isolate yourself for 14 days after returning home.

No enforcement
While it is only June 15, Iceland, Germany and Norway that Danes can travel without going against the authorities’ recommendations, all unnecessary travel is still advised against all other parts of the world.

If you take out anyway, it is strongly recommended that you self-insulate for 14 days after returning home.

So while Spain, for example, is working to welcome tourists again from July, travel to the country until 31 August is thus still continued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

– These are travel guides, so we try to guide the Danes based on the knowledge we have about where we think it is safe and safe to go on vacation. It is clear that there is no ban, there will be no enforcement, there will not be police checks at the airport about where one may be heading, says Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs citizen Erik Brøgger Rasmussen.

– But of course we expect the Danes to listen to the advice and the one instructions, as they have done throughout the corona crisis.

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