Great news: starting today, July 16, tourists from Denmark are exempt from quarantine and screening requirements, when entering Iceland. Denmark is therefore classified as a low-risk country in terms of the risk of infection.

The only condition for the test-free entry is that travelers have not visited an area that is classified as high-risk 14 days prior to arrival in Iceland.

Before you travel, you only have to register online free of charge at the following link:

We are happy about the positive developments and wish all our customers a wonderful and unforgettable trip to Iceland!

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Update July 31, 2020: 
- Gatherings of over 100 people will be banned, this applies to all public spaces and shops
- 2m distancing will be mandatory in public spaces and gatherings
- Wearing masks will be mandatory in places where 2m distancing is not possible