DENMARK is part of the Schengen area. Schengen Area Member States will generally provide Uniform Schengen Visa valid for all Schengen area (unless otherwise noted on the visa sticker).
The countries one can travel to, once he/she holds a Uniform Schengen Visa include:
The Schengen Area Member States: AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, ITALY, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NETHERLANDS, NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, LIECHTENSTEIN.
European microstates which abolished the border control and embraced the free movement among the Schengen Zone Countries where the Schengen visa rules can therefore be regarded to apply de facto: SAN MARINO, MONACO and THE VATICAN
BULGARIA, CROATIA, CYPRUS and ROMANIA can also be visited with multiple entry Schengen visa even though not part of the Schengen area. Please check the details directly on the country information window.
WARNING For FAROE ISLANDS and GREENLAND:
FAROE ISLANDS and GREENLAND, despite being DANISH territories and tied to the Danish immigration policy are not part of the Schengen area.
A visa to enter DENMARK or another Schengen country is not valid for entry into the FAROE ISLANDS or GREENLAND.
A visa for DENMARK does not give the holder the right to enter the FAROE ISLANDS and/or GREENLAND unless it is stated on the visa, just as a visa for the FAROE ISLANDS and/or GREENLAND does not give the holder the right to enter DENMARK, if it is not stated on the visa. Visa is required for entering the FAROE ISLANDS and/or GREENLAND regardless of the person having a residence permit in DENMARK. Correspondingly, a visa is required when entering DENMARK, even though the person has a residence permit in the FAROE ISLANDS and/or GREENLAND.