New Zealand has a visa exemption agreement with Denmark. Holders of a New Zealand passport therefore do not need to obtain a visa to enter Denmark as tourists. They may stay for three months.
A tourist visa does not grant the holder the right to work in Denmark.
Nationals of countries that do not have a visa exemption agreement with Denmark may apply for a Schengen visa, which gives access to all the countries in the Schengen region: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
To determine whether you need a visa to enter Denmark as a tourist, please click here:
Applying for a Schengen
need a visa to visit Denmark you must apply for a Schengen Visa.
Under a Danish-Netherlands cooperation agreement, Schengen
Visas are issued by the Royal Netherlands Embassy in
Wellington. Applications can also be made at the Consulates
of the Netherlands in Auckland and Christchurch.
contact details are:
Royal Embassy of the
10th floor, Investment House (PSIS
cnr. of Balance and Featherston Streets
P O Box
Consulate of the
1st floor, Equitable House
P O Box 3816
Consulate of the Netherlands
Suite 105, 1st
floor, Kenton Chambers
190-192 Hereford Street
P O Box 13
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