Last update 31 May 2019Diplomatic missions
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The Kingdom of Denmark
Embassy of The Republic of Bulgaria in the Kingdom of Denmark
Address: Gamlehave Alle 7, 2920 Charlottenlund, Copenhagen, Kingdom of Denmark
Telephone: +45 39 64 24 84; +45 39 63 38 72
Fax:+45 39 63 49 23
Out-of-hours emergency hotline: +45 41 276251
Office hours: Mon - Fri, 8.30 - 17.00 h
Office hours of the Consular service:
Monday & Wednesday - 8.30 - 13.00 h
Tuesday & Thursday - 8.30 - 13.00 h and 13.30 - 17.00 h
Friday - 8.30 - 12.00 h
Тhe indicated working hours apply for the working days of the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Copenhagen. (Information regarding holidays in 2019, except Saturdays and Sundays/weekends, can be found on https://www.mfa.bg/en/embassies/denmark/messages/20222).
Customers will be required to have an appointment for visiting the Consular Section. To make an appointment, please call +45 39 64 24 84 or +45 39 63 38 72, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other enquiries on consular matters, please call the above numbers Mon - Fri, 8.30 - 17.00 h, or send an email to email@example.com.
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Bulgaria
Mr. Jesper Vestergård Hansen
Address: Pakhuset, Sdr. Havnegade 7
Tel: +45 51 15 70 84
Honorary Consul of Denmark in Bulgaria
9000 Varna, 32, rue Tzar Simeon I, ét. 7
Tél.: +359 52 63 07 95/6
Fax: +359 52 60 02 59
GSM: +359 888 568 278
Danish crown (DKK)
1 DKK = 0.26282 BGN
1 DKK = 0.134373828 EUR
Crime and security
The criminality rate in Denmark is low. Travellers need to observe the common security measures.
The Danish legislation stipulates that any foreign citizen intending to have a long-term stay in Denmark and use an automobile, has to re-register the vehicle and use Danish registration plates. Two-week time is provided for such re-registration.
More information as well as the relevant form and telephone number for any queries, is available at the webpage of the Danish Tax Authorities (SKAT), HERE.
Information regarding goods and cash as well as quantities that are permitted to be brought in/out of the country is available at the website of Bulgarian Customs Agency, HERE.
Traffic is right-hand (as it is in Bulgaria).
Bulgarian driving licence is valid in Denmark.
No contagious diseases requiring mandatory vaccination.
Travel papers and visas
Bulgarian citizens may enter and reside on the territory of the Kingdom of Denmark holding a valid Bulgarian identity card or passport.
A visa-free regime of a maximum 90 days stay for each 6 (six) months is in force. Travellers need to prove that they possess sufficient funds for the duration of their stay in Denmark.
As EU citizens, Bulgarian citizens may stay in Denmark for a period of three months. Should such citizens be looking for a job, they may stay for up to six months in the country.
A registration certificate (for EU/EEA citizens) or a residence card (for third country nationals) is required for a stay longer than three or six months. More information is available HERE.
Information for the Consular Services for Foreign Nationals can be obtained HERE.
Certifications and legalisations
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark is legalizing documents by placing an “Apostille’. More information is available HERE. Such documents are then translated into Bulgarian by a translator registered with the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and appointed at the Embassy in Copenhagen. Translations are then certified by the Consular office.
Identity documents issuance
Bulgarian Embassy in Denmark is accepting applications for issuing passports, identity cards and temporary passports since it operates a biometric recording equipment (fingerprints and iris image).