The Egypt e-Visa for Danish citizens is quick and simple to apply for. For short-term stays in Egypt it is the most convenient option as it saves the hassle of going to an embassy or consulate or queueing at the border for a visa.
The Egyptian Government introduced the Egypt e-Visa for Danes in 2017 to simplify and modernize the system of issuing visas for Egypt. The online application form can be completed in a matter of minutes.
The Egypt electronic visa for Danish citizens is available as a single-entry visa (for stays of up to 30 days) or as a multiple-entry visa (valid for numerous stays of a maximum of 30 days each and allowing visitors to leave and reenter Egypt using the same visa during a six-month period).
Do Danish citizens need a visa for Egypt? Yes, Danes cannot travel to Egypt visa-free. In addition to the Egypt e-Visa, there is also the option of the visa on arrival for Belgians and various types of visas from embassies and consulates.
Applications can take up to seven days to process (sometimes longer on rare occasions) so applicants should apply with at least this amount of time to spare. The process of obtaining an Egypt visa for Danish citizens only involves three steps:
To complete the Egypt visa form applicants need to enter a range of information including their full name, address, date of birth, and passport details. There are also some security and health-related questions.
It is essential to answer all the questions fully and accurately. Any errors or inaccuracies could lead to complications so applicants should carefully revise all the information they submit.
Applicants must meet the following passport requirements for Danish citizens to successfully apply for the Egypt e-Visa:
The Egypt e-Visa was introduced to save visitors the hassle of queueing at the Egyptian border to apply for a visa. However, the visa on arrival is still available for Danes. It is a single-entry visa which is valid for 30 days.
Though it is generally more convenient to complete the Egypt e-Visa application online before your trip, if you do not have enough time (a minimum of seven days) for an e-Visa to be processed the visa on arrival is the best option.
Danish travelers can obtain a visa sticker from any of the kiosks after arriving in Egypt. Visitors can queue up, complete the application, and pay a $25 visa fee at any one of these kiosks. You cannot pay the fee using a credit or debit card and it is sensible to have the exact amount of money to avoid complications.