Moving to Denmark is likely to be a big culture shock so it’s a good idea to research as much as you can about the country before you arrive. This guide to removals to Denmark will give you valuable information about your removal and help you decide how to prepare before you leave.

If you are organising a removal to any country overseas, it’s always a good idea to choose an international moving company which has experience in the region. Moving to Denmark means different road networks and weather conditions. Navigating abroad can be challenging, and the last thing you want is a delay in receiving your removal.

Europeans deciding on their removals to Denmark have a relatively easy removal to look out for as Denmark is part of the EU. There aren’t any cumbersome import restrictions other than on the usual items such as firearms, explosives etc. A European moving firm will be experienced in Danish customs and their requirements and will be ideally placed to give you any advice you need as you prepare to leave.

If your removal comes from further afield, there are some customs restrictions to be aware of, but in general, these aren’t as strict as many other countries. Medicine must be for personal use and approved by the Danish Health Authority, plus there are alcohol and tobacco limits too before duty applies.

At the time of booking your removal company, also schedule-in a rental housing agency. It will help find accommodation, especially if your Danish language skills are weak. Click here for one of the largest rental housing portals.

Because of the risk to native flora, removals to Denmark must obtain permission for plants, and can only bring in dry or canned foods (securely contained within the shipment). Antiques and art require paperwork to be exempt from duty but may be subject to a VAT charge of up to 25% of their value. Whether you choose our Load & Go or our EasyMoves solution, European Moving can help you with your removal. We shall be able to help you with the full list of restrictions that apply to removals to Denmark and also provide advice on a whole range of removal issues you may not have encountered before.

Moving to Denmark – Visa

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If you are an EU national, you won’t need a visa to live and work in Denmark; You can move there without any permits for the first three months. However, if you plan on staying for longer, you will need to apply for a Residency Permit. You must do so within three months of entering the country. You will need a CPR (personal ID number facilitating proper integration between all […]

Moving to Denmark – Transport

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Moving around in Denmark is remarkably easy despite the layout of the country. Copenhagen airport is the busiest in Europe, but only approximately 10% of flights are domestic.

Cycling is a favourite way to travel in Denmark, especially in large cities such as Copenhagen. If you want to fit in with the locals, purchase a large black cape for cycling; it looks cool and also keeps you protected while on the […]

Moving to Denmark – Healthcare

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The healthcare system is dominated by the public sector with democratically elected assemblies at all levels.

 

The state is responsible for the legal framework for health and coordinates the delivery of services. Hospitals belong to the regions, and they also operate them. You’re moving to an excellent healthcare service. Standards are some of the highest in Europe, although there are private health hospitals if required. Moving to Denmark will not compromise […]

Moving to Denmark – Taxation

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When relocating to a new country one of the more important factors to consider is your finances. How will the regulations surrounding finance and tax in Denmark affect you?

For many the starting point when moving to a new country is finances. Yes, of course, you need to decide where you want to live and where you will work but often starting with the money is the best course of action.

In […]