For holders of diplomatic and official passports:
A visa is not required for a stay up to 90 days during a period of six months
For holders of national passports and other travel documents:
A visa is not required for a stay of up to 90 days during a period of six months*
* The visa-free regime does not apply to holders of a Serbian passport issued by the Coordination Directorate of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia.
Holders of emergency travel documents in transit require a visa unless they have a residence permit in one of the Schengen countries.
ENTRY REGIME FOR CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
There are no more restrictions for entry into Denmark.
ENTERING AND LEAVING THE COUNTRY
Entering the Kingdom of Denmark, for all forms of transport ― by road, air or sea ― requires a valid travel document of the Republic of Serbia that must be valid at least three months longer than the planned date of leaving the territory of Denmark. Travellers that do not meet these base criteria will be returned from the border.
Holders of biometric passports of the Republic of Serbia do not require a visa for a stay of up to 90 days during a period of six months.
The visa-free regime does not apply to holders of travel documents issued by the Coordination Directorate of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia. Visas to holders of these types of travel documents are issued at the Embassy of Denmark in Belgrade: www.ambbeograd.um.dk/sr.
Entering Denmark does not require evidence of vaccination. For personal safety during their stay, travellers are advised to have a health insurance policy.
Up to EUR 10,000 may be brought into or taken out of Denmark, whereas higher amounts must be declared. One box of cigarettes (200 pcs.) and one litre of hard liquor may also be brought into the country. Bringing counterfeit copies of items by trademark brands into the country is punishable. Detailed information can be found on this website: www.skat.dk.
For information on the import of hunting weapons, go to: www.virk.dk. For information on bringing pets into the country, go to: www.uk.foedervarestyrelsen.dk.
Customs bodies at the Copenhagen airport may be contacted at the following telephone number: 00 45 72 37 11 40 (opening hours: workdays 07:00−17:00 h, Saturdays 07:00−13:00 h, Sundays ― closed).
The airport police may be contacted at the following telephone number: 00 45 33 14 14 48, or through this website: www.politi.dk.
SOCIAL SECURITY AGREEMENT
Convention between the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) and the Kingdom of Denmark on Social Insurance from 1979 (this Convention was ratified by Serbia and Montenegro and the Kingdom of Denmark in 2004, based on the SFRY Succession Agreement).
The Convention applies to citizens of the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Denmark who spent part of their working life in Denmark and part in Serbia, thus acquiring the right to pension, i.e. that all the pension contributions paid in both countries be mutually recognised.
HEALTH SITUATION — Detailed information on the current health situation in the Kingdom of Denmark can be found on the World Health Organization website: https://www.euro.who.int/en/countries/denmark.
If in need of an emergency medical intervention, call the emergency services by telephone at 112.
SECURITY SITUATION — The security situation in the Kingdom of Denmark is stable.
TRANSPORT — The largest and the most important airport in Denmark is Kastrup, located in Copenhagen. In other parts of the country there are several smaller airports (e.g. direct connection Belgrade – Billund) less attractive from a tourist aspect (Aarhus...).
The most important ports are: Kobenhavns Havn, Nordre Toldbod 7, 1013 Kobenhavn K, Helsingor Havn, Faergevej 8, 3000 Helsingor, Rødbyhavn, Faergestationsvej 5, 4970 Rødby.
Reservations and purchase of passenger tickets for ships from Germany to Denmark or from Denmark to Sweden and Norway: Scandilines Danmark A/S ― www.scandilines.dk, tel. 00 45 33 15 15 15, Stena Line ― www.stenaline.dk/faerge/, tel. 00 45 96 20 02 00, DFDS Seawaystel, tel. 00 45 33 42 30 80.
The railway network is very modern, and the connection and development level guarantee the possibility of travel to all European destinations. For information, go to: www.dsb.dk. The roads are of high quality, and all important destinations are connected by motorways built in accordance with the highest standards.
During a tourist stay in this country (up to 90 days), tourists may drive a motor vehicle using a national driver's licence. If travelling by a vehicle registered in the Republic of Serbia, insurance is required ― Green Card. There is an agreement with Denmark on mutual recognition and exchange of driver’s licences that enables persons with regulated residence in Denmark to exchange their Serbian driver’s licence for a foreign (Danish) one without re-taking the driving test. This exchange only applies to “B” category driver’s licences.
More detailed information on driving motor vehicles in the Kingdom of Denmark can be found on the website: www.fdm.dk.
OTHER — The official currency is the Danish crown (1 EUR = 7.5 DKK, 1 USD = 5.7 DKK).
Most types of payment cards issued by Serbian banks are accepted in Denmark. For further information, travellers should contact their bank in the Republic of Serbia.
Types of public transport tickets available are one-way, daily, weekly, or monthly. They can be purchased at the ticket machines or at the 7-ELEVEN chain convenience stores. Public transport users should always remember to check in with their tickets at the start of their journey and to check out at the end of it. All information is available at: https://www.rejsekort.dk/koeb-rejsekort/voksen/rejsekort-anonymt.aspx?sc_lang=en. All information on Denmark is available on this website www.denmark.dk/en, while tourist information is available at www.visitdenmark.dk.
During your stay in the Kingdom of Denmark, for consular assistance and protection you may contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Copenhagen (address: Svanevænget 36, 21 000 Copenhagen), at the following telephone numbers: 00 45 39 29 71 61, 00 45 39 29 77 84, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.