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Embassy of Denmark, Ireland

7th floor, Block E Iveagh Court, Harcourt Rd., Dublin 2 D02 YT22
Tel + 353 (01) 475 6404

Embassy opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 09:30-15:00

For general inquires feel free to send an e-mail to:

Information about  coronavirus/COVID-19

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark receives many questions about coronavirus / Covid-19. Read the answers to the most FAQ on COVID-19 here

Danes who wish to travel back to Denmark find more information here.  

Danskere som ønsker at rejse tilbage til Danmark, kan finde information her

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Effective Saturday 14 March 2020, the existing temporary border control will be expanded to include control of all of Denmark’s borders as part of the effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Persons wishing to enter Denmark must expect to be rejected at the Danish borders, including in Danish airports, unless they have a worthy purpose for entering, e.g. if the person lives or works in Denmark or has been commissioned to provide goods or services in Denmark. The risk of being rejected at the border also applies to persons with a valid Schengen visa. Read more here.

Travelling to Denmark for business: If you are travelling to Denmark for business and do not have a permanent residence in Denmark, we encourage you to organise your business travel and meetings in Denmark in a way that minimises the risk of becoming infected or spreading infection with novel coronavirus/COVID-19. Please follow the 5 general advice from the Danish Health Authority. We do not advice business travellers without permanent residence in Denmark to self-isolate for 14 days after arrival.


Information about vise application

Due to the current restrictions on entry into Denmark, it is temporarily not possible to apply for a visa to Denmark. This means that applicants cannot fill in an application online or hand in the application at a Visa Application Center (VFS). In urgent cases where an applicant has to travel to Denmark before 31 August 2020 and has a worthy purpose for entering Denmark, the applicant can contact the Danish Embassy. Applications for business visas can be handed in 6 months prior to the planned trip. Read more about what constitutes a worthy purpose at the website of the Danish Police.



Schengen visa applications for Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are handled by the Danish Embassy in Dublin. Interested in a Visa? 
Find more information here.

Visa opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 9.30 - 12.30

Easy to do Business


The Trade Council is the governmental export and investment organisation under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark promoting Danish export and foreign investment in Denmark. In Ireland The Trade Council is represented by the Danish Embassy.

Denmark was recently ranked as the easiest place in Europe to do Business according to new World Bank analysis. Read more here.