Items you’re not allowed to send in the post to Denmark. 

We reserve the right to refuse any other item banned by law or that in our opinion may be harmful or dangerous to our customers or employees. If you send dangerous goods and do not comply with the applicable terms and conditions and legal requirements then we may deal with the goods as we see fit including destroying or disposing of the relevant goods.

Customers posting items overseas should note that postal administrations may have different prohibitions. We can not accept responsibility for loss or damage to items if the articles inside are prohibited to Denmark.

Prohibited items

Aerosols Including spray paints, lacquers, solvents, air fresheners, oven cleaners, deodorants, body sprays, hair sprays, shaving and hair removal creams.
Alcoholic beverages 
With an alcohol content greater than 24% ABV including spirits such as gin, vodka and whisky.
Alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content no greater than 24% ABV including beer, lager, wine and champagne are allowed. 


Balloons filled with non-flammable gas.

Batteries that are classed as dangerous goods* by the latest edition of the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO) Technical Instructions are prohibited. This includes lithium ion/polymer/metal/alloy batteries sent in isolation or with equipment.

*Batteries Classified in the latest edition of the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s Technical Instructions. 

Lithium ion/polymer/metal/alloy batteries when sent contained in equipment such as a mobile phone or digital camera are allowed. 
Lead acid batteries (e.g. car batteries) and sealed lead acid batteries are also prohibited.
Alkaline, nickel metal hydride (NiMH) and nickel cadmium (NiCd) batteries may only be sent when new and in their original packaging. 
Biological Substances (Category B) Human or animal material including, but not limited to, excreta, secreta, blood and its components, tissue and tissue fluids.
Clinical and medical waste For example contaminated dressings, bandages and needles. 
Controlled drugs and narcotics Including cannabis, cocaine, heroin, LSD, opium and amyl nitrate. 
Corrosives Substances which can cause severe damage to living tissue, other freight or transport by its chemical action are prohibited including aluminium chloride, caustic soda, corrosive cleaning fluid, dyes, acids, corrosive paint and rust removers, mercury and gallium metal.
Counterfeit currency, bank notes and postage stamps Including any false instrument or copy of a false instrument (within the meaning of section 5 of the Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981) except copies of old denominations, which are now obsolete and worthless except for collectable value and can not be passed as tender. 
Dry ice For example UN1845 when used as a coolant for UN3373 or for other perishable items.
Electronic items sent with lithium ion/polymer/metal/alloy batteries

Electronic items sent with lithium ion/polymer/metal/alloy batteries where the battery is not contained in electronic equipment are prohibited.
Lithium ion/polymer/metal/alloy batteries when sent contained in electronic equipment such as a mobile phone or digital camera are allowed. 
Electronic items containing any batteries exceeding 100Wh Including some high performance laptops and power tools. 
Environmental waste Including used batteries and used engine oil.

Any chemical compound, mixture or device capable of producing an explosive or pyrotechnic effect with substantial instantaneous release of heat and gas is prohibited e.g. ammunition, blasting caps, fireworks, flares, fuses, igniters and nitro-glycerine.
Items that appear to be prohibited explosive ordnance All munitions containing explosives, nuclear fission or fusion materials and biological and chemical agents may be subject to additional checks and delays.
Flammable liquids This includes mixtures of liquids or liquids containing solids in solution or suspension which give off a flammable vapour. Any liquid with a closed cup flash point below 60.5° C is prohibited e.g. acetone, benzene, cleaning compounds, gasoline, lighter fuel, paint thinners and removers, petroleum and solvents, certain alcoholic beverages, perfumes and aftershaves, varnishes and enamels including nail varnish.
Flammable solids Solid materials which are liable to cause fire by friction, absorption of water, spontaneous chemical changes or retained heat from manufacturing or processing, or which can be readily ignited and burn vigorously e.g. adhesives, calcium carbide, cellulose nitrate products, fire-lighters, matches, metallic magnesium, nitro-cellulose based film, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, sodium hydride, zinc powder, zirconium hydride.
Frozen water Including packs of ice.
Gases that are compressed, liquefied or dissolved under pressure, permanent gases which can not be liquefied at ambient temperatures, liquefied gases which become liquid under pressure at ambient temperatures, dissolved gases which are dissolved under pressure in a solvent.
1. All flammable compressed gases are prohibited e.g. blowlamps; butane; lighters and refills containing flammable liquid or gas; ethane; gas cylinders for camping stoves; hydrogen; methane and propane.
2. All toxic compressed gases are prohibited e.g. chlorine; fluorine etc.
3. All non-flammable compressed gases are prohibited e.g. air bags; scuba tanks, carbon dioxide; fire extinguishers; neon and nitrogen.
Goods made in foreign prisons

Except those imported for a non-commercial purpose, of a kind not manufactured in the UK, or those in transit. 
Human and animal remains Including ashes.
Infectious substances UN2814 or UN2900 Category A Infectious Substances are prohibited e.g. Ebola, Anthrax, Foot and Mouth disease as detailed in the latest edition of the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Technical Instructions. 
Lighters and refills containing flammable liquid or gas

Including used butane and petrol cigar and cigarette lighters.
New and unused empty lighters are allowed. 
Liquids over 1 litre
Living creatures Such as insects used to feed exotic pets, animals and reptiles, Except certain insects and invertebrates. 
Lottery tickets 
Magnetised material Magnetised material with a magnetic field strength of 0.159A/m or more at a distance of 2.1m from the outside of the package. 
Matches of any kind, including safety and windproof matches.
Nail varnish, polish or gel 
Obscene publications and unlawful indecent images Including obscene or extreme pornography as detailed in Part 5 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 and indecent photographs or pseudo-photographs of a child as detailed in section 160 and 161 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988. 
Oxidising materials and organic peroxides
These are substances such as disinfectants that may cause or contribute to combustion of other substances. They may also be liable to explosive decomposition, react dangerously with other substances and injure health e.g. bromides, chlorates, components of fibreglass repair kits, disinfectants, nitrates, per chlorates, permanganates and peroxides, including hair dyes and colourants containing peroxide.
Perfumes and aftershaves Including eau de parfum and eau de toilette. 
Pesticides Including weed killer and any chemical that is used to kill pests and insects such as fly sprays.
Poisonous, toxic liquids, solids or gases

Including substances that are liable to cause death or injury if swallowed or inhaled or by skin contact, such as arsenic, beryllium, cyanide, fluorine, rat poison.
Radioactive materials Radioactive materials and samples that are classified as radioactive using Table 2-12 of the latest edition of the International Civil Aviation Organization’s Technical Instructions e.g. fissile material (uranium 235, etc), radioactive waste material, thorium or uranium ores and luminous dials from aircraft.
Solvent-based paints, wood varnishes and enamels Including gloss paint

Tickets and related advertisements
for illegal lotteries Waste, dirt, filth or refuse Including household waste or rubbish.
Articles prohibited as Spain imports and as exports to Spain.

Prohibition on importing and exporting ammunition and weapons by post.
The postal administration of Spain prohibits the circulation of weapons, whatever their category, within the national territory,
including firearms, as well as their exportation or redirection.
In view of the prohibition on dispatching by post items containing ammunition or weapons, whatever their category, and/or
their main parts, even when accompanied by all relevant documents, any item of this nature will be handed over to the
appropriate Spanish authorities.

ISO Alpha-2 Code: ES

Do I need to deal with customs when sending to from the UK?

is a E.U. country and currently there are no customs regulations to deal with when sending a parcel from the U.K. to

Please ensure you do not send prohibited items to less obvious examples include:
1. Lithium batteries.
2. Plants and live trees, cut flowers and ornimental foilage.
3. Opium.
4. Alcohol over 82% alcohol by volume.
5. Toy weapons and video games.

For more information contact HM Revenue and Customs and refer to the prohibited items page.



1 kg parcel delivery to £5.20
1.5 kg parcel delivery to  £5.50
2 kg parcel delivery to £5.50

The largest volume can be achieved by sending a parcel of size 30 cms x 30 cms x 30 cms, which is 27 litres.

Parcel delivery to Denmark by Airmail Tracked up to 10kg.

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Denmark for the same low price.

The Non Tracked service has a maximum weight of 2kg per parcel & the tracked & signed service has a maximum weight of 10kg.
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AIRMAIL SIZE RESTRICTIONS for sending a boxed parcel is 100cm x 50cms x 50cms, parcels received above this size will not be sent and a charge made for returning it to the sender.

Restricted items to Denmark:

It is the sender’s responsibility to comply with current government regulations or laws applicable in each country. Not all commodities can be shipped to all countries.
View the restricted/Prohibited items tab above to find out what items can not be sent to Denmark and if there is sending restrictions.

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