Now Danish residents can travel to 25 EU countries

The Danish Foreign Office has published new travel guidelines opening for much more travel as of 27 June. The article continues below. By Bente D. …

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Where are expats going this summer?

With all the travel restrictions due to the virus, we decided to find out what expats will be doing this summer. Find our short report …

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No burning of the witch at Sankt Hans

If you ask Danes, why they celebrate Sankt Hans, you’ll likely hear it’s an old Danish tradition. However, as with many traditions in Denmark, the …

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An injection of working citizens’ own money to boost the economy

A deal has been made enabling the pay-out of three weeks of holiday money instead of the imposed retirement pension deposit. The article continues below. …

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Danish Prime Minister ready to discuss further border openings

The Danish Government is ready to set-up criteria for which countries are evaluated as safe enough to allow visits in Denmark. The article continues below. …

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Long queues expected at the Danish border on Monday 15 June

Huge pressure at the border is expected when the Danish police must control every German (and everyone else) wanting to enter Denmark as the border …

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Further border openings from 15 June

On 10 June, Denmark announced the lifting of more restrictions making it possible for more foreigners to enter the country. The article continues below. By …

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Students’ truck ride saved

Much to their relief they will be allowed to embark on the traditional truck ride to celebrate their cap. The article continues below. By Bente …

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Limit of people assembled in public lifted to 50

From 8 June you can now gather up to 50 people and from 8 July this is raised to 100, the Danish authorities announced on …

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Five things your graduate won’t Tell you about their cap (Studenterhue) and a bit of cap history

It’s that time of the year again – streets full of trucks or horse-drawn carriages full of students and loud music, parading through the streets …

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