On this page you will find instructions on customs regulations for import of goods to Denmark. You must comply with customs regulations, to take your purchased products back to Denmark. Cross-border trade means that you buy goods on the other side of the border and take them back into your country. If you buy such products in a border shop in Germany and bring them into Denmark, this will be defined as cross-border shopping. There are customs regulations for import of goods to Denmark.
According to customs rules, you can carry duty free goods other than liquor and tobacco products for personal consumption - we have made such a table with different amount of items you can carry. Note that quantities are indicative!
If it can be proven that the goods are for personal use quantities may be exceeded. It is up to the individual customs officers whether your purchase is for private use or not. If in doubt, you can get detailed information from tax authorities. Also note that customs rules apply whether you are on one of the many bus trips to Germany, or you are in a car.
Customs Regulations: Age requirements for duty-free allowances:
- Liquor and tobacco: 17 years
- Coffee and coffee extracts: 15 years
- Other items: none
Customs Regulations: Quantities
Liquor and tobacco: 17 years Coffee and coffee extracts: 15 years Other items: none
|Spirits above 22% Vol.||10 litres||These quantities are indicative, which may be freely imported beers, wines and spirits as long as it is for personal use.|
|Fortified wines||20 litres|
|Wine (Including a maximum of 60 litres of sparkling wines)||90 litres|