VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Denmark
Denmark is one of the countries of the Schengen agreement, so you need to apply for a Schengen visa to travel to the country. Visa applications are accepted at the Denmark Visa Application Centre, located at the address: 115054, Moscow, st. Dubininskaya, 35 (Paveletskaya metro station) +7 (495) 775 60 19 in Moscow or +7 812 272 69 09 in St. Petersburg,
from 9:00 to 16:00 from Monday to Friday.
– visa application form and supplementary information form, completed in full in English and signed by the applicant;
– two recent color photographs (size 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm) against a light background;
– Passport valid for at least 3 months after the expiration date of the requested visa. (Other travel documents must be valid for at least 6 months after the requested visa expires).
– copies of all pages of the foreign passport;
– other valid and/or canceled international passports;
– copies of all pages of another valid and/or canceled passport;
– copies of all pages of the internal passport;
– confirmation of hotel reservation in Denmark (Iceland);
– confirmation of employment from the employer of the applicant (Certificate of Employment) indicating the details of the company, stamp and signature of the responsible person. Employment confirmation must contain the following information: date of employment, position, period of vacation, guarantee that the place will be retained by the applicant upon return from vacation;
– if the applicant is a student or student, it is necessary to submit a certificate from the university or school confirming the status;
– if the applicant is a private or individual entrepreneur, the Embassy requires to provide: the original (and a copy) of the certificate of registration of a private or individual entrepreneur, the original (and a copy) of the certificate of registration with the Tax Inspectorate, a copy of the statement of income for the accounting period with the seal of the Tax Inspectorate;
– evidence (bank statement, cash, traveler’s checks) that the applicant has 50 euros per day;
– the original (and a copy) of the international health insurance valid throughout the Schengen area. The insurance coverage must be at least 30,000 euros or its equivalent and cover all risks, including accident, illness, emergency medical hospitalization, etc. Please note that the insurance must be valid for 15 days more than the intended period of stay, as The embassy issues visas for a period of 15 days more in accordance with the Schengen rules, allowing the traveler to change the dates of entry and / or exit, but not the number of days;
– if the applicant is a minor, the Embassy requires a copy of a notarized consent to travel from the parents;
– original and copy of air ticket in both directions;
Note: The Embassy may request additional documentation or call the applicant for an interview. In accordance with the Schengen rules, the visa fee is non-refundable.
You can enter 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 50 grams of tobacco into the territory of Denmark duty-free; 1 liter of spirits or 2 liters of fortified wine; 2 liters of table wines; 50 ml perfume.
The import of drugs, weapons, poisons, psychotropic substances is prohibited. Import of national and foreign currency is not limited.
The export of foreign currency, with the exception of gold coins, is not limited, and the national currency – if the amount exceeds 50 thousand Danish crowns, you can export if there is confirmation that it was imported or purchased in foreign currency.
Denmark, embassy website: http://www.ambmoskva.um.dk/ru/
Embassy in Denmark
Denmark, embassy in Moscow
Embassy address: 119034, Moscow, Prechistensky lane, 9,
Phone (for general inquiries): (+7 495) 775 0190
Fax: (+7 495) 775 0191
Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9:15 – 17:00 (Friday until 15:15)
Phone: (+7 495) 775 0192
Fax: (+7 495) 775 0197
Consular Section Hours: Monday – Friday 9.30 – 13:00
Denmark, Embassy website: http://www.ambmoskva.um.dk/ru/
Denmark, Russian Embassy in the country:
2100 Copenhagen Yo, Kristianiagade 5
Tel.: (+ 45) 35-42-55-85, 35-42-55-86.
Fax: (+ 45) 35-42-37-41.
Communication in Denmark
Phones from which you can call anywhere in the world are everywhere on the streets. Most of them work with coins, and some accept telephone cards for payment. You can also call from any post office.
To call Denmark, you need to dial 8 – 10 – 45 – area code – number of the called subscriber.
Emergency Phones in Denmark
Ambulance, fire department, police – 112
HOLIDAYS AND WEEKENDS
January 1 – New Year
April 16 – The Queen’s Birthday
May 1 – Renaissance Day
June 5 – Constitution Day
December 25 – Christmas
Numerous festivals are held in Denmark throughout the year – in Copenhagen in March the International Film Festival takes place, in the summer – the Roskilde Festival, the largest music festival in northern Europe, the Viking Festival, the Jazz Festival, the rock festival and the Copenhagen Summer Festival.
In Copenhagen, you can rent a bike for free, for this you need to put a 20 kroon coin into the machine at the bike rack and pick up the bike, when you return it, the coin will be returned to you.
According to lawschoolsinusa, shops are open from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 19:00, on Saturday shops are open until 17:00. On Sunday, department stores, bakeries and kiosks are mostly open.
In Denmark, VAT is always included in the listed prices of goods. Tourists are eligible for a 20% refund on purchases over $55. To do this, you must fill out the Tax Free card provided in the store and present it to the customs representative at the airport before check-in.
Bills in restaurants and taxis include tips.
The Danes love ancient traditions, art and are sensitive to historical facts related to the heritage of their homeland.