Peruvian and Colombian travellers wanting visit Denmark and other Schengen nations, but have been curtailed by visa requirements, will be happy to know that the Civil Liberties Committee of the European Parliament have voted earlier this week to add Peru and Colombia to the list of countries for whose citizens a visa will not be required for stays of up to 90 days.
The motion to include Peru and Colombia was made by Spain and was agreed to by 51 member countries with only 2 countries voting against it, and 2 abstaining. Though the proposal is evidently popular, it is not yet final and needs to be reviewed and ratified. Still, with the majority of member countries agreeable to the notion, it is only a matter of time before citizens of Peru and Colombia will be able to take short trips to Schengen nations more freely.
Denmark is, of course, well prepared to welcome the influx of Peruvian and Colombian tourists when the time comes, be it to the capital city of Copenhagen or to other famous attractions like Legoland in Billund or to the Dyrehavsbakken in Klampenborg. Fun-family trips, cultural and historical experiences, gastronomic treats, and budget-friendly tours await those who wish to visit the country for the first time visa-free. And as coming over becomes more convenient, it is quite likely that return visitors from these to countries will end up frequenting the Danish shores for an even deeper taste of what Denmark has to offer.