You should always be alert and stay updated on the travel advice for the country or region in question, as this can change depending on security and safety situations.
If you travel to a ‘green’ country or region, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises you to use your common sense and pay attention in the same way as you would in Denmark.
If you travel to a ‘yellow’ country or region, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises you to be extra careful.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against all but necessary travels to an ‘orange’ country or region.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against all travels to a ‘red’ country or region.
Should you choose to travel to areas not recommended by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs e.g. orange or red regions and countries, you must be aware of the risks involved. Your destination may be difficult to reach, and local authorities may impose restrictions at very short notice.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises you to contact your insurance provider before potential departure. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also recommends that you consider your personal safety and that you stay up to date on developments via local authorities, news media, and your travel agency.
You can find up-to-date information on travel destinations at the websites of the Danish embassies (Danish only).
For guidance on precautions upon return to Denmark, please read more here: Legal requirements upon entry.