Denmark eases the border measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. From June 15, tourists will be admitted again from Germany, Norway and Iceland, but not yet from Sweden.
Holidaymakers in Denmark will face additional controls and restrictions, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced.
A random check will be carried out at the border and at tourist destinations to determine whether people are infected.
“We are looking forward to a summer in which we can welcome some guests and tourists again,” said the prime minister.
Tourists must book a stay outside the capital Copenhagen for at least six nights.
Residents of Sweden need to be patient for a little longer until they can enjoy a holiday in Denmark again. That country has taken less stringent measures against the virus than many other EU Member States.
Denmark closed its borders to many foreigners in March.
People without a valid reason were no longer allowed to enter the country. Those restrictions were later relaxed, including for some foreign partners of residents of Denmark.