Ireland's borders are open for travel, but number of flights is reduced. Domestically, some restrictions are being lifted again.
Can I travel to Ireland?
Ireland's borders are open, but there are limited flights, and restrictions are in place for some arrivals.
Do I need to go into quarantine when arriving to Ireland?
- Anyone entering Ireland is required to self-quarantine for 14 days. It is possible to shorten this period if taking a PCR test after 5 days and receiving a negative result.
- Vaccinated and recovered arrivals are exempt from quarantine, unless arriving from a high-risk country.
- Unvaccinated arrivals from the EU, Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Iceland are exempt from quarantine if presenting negative test results.
Are COVID-19 tests required to travel to Ireland?
- All arrivals to Ireland must present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours. Additional tests will be done upon entry.
- Before entering Ireland, it is required to fill a Public Health Passenger Locator Form, and not doing so may result in up to €2,500 fine.
- A PCR test is optional after 5 days, to shorten self-isolation period. This does not apply to arrivals from countries considered high risk.
- Vaccinated and recovered arrivals are exempt from testing unless arriving from a high-risk country.
Is public transportation open in Ireland?
Public transportation in Ireland is operating in a reduced capacity.
Are the restaurants and bars open in Ireland?
Restaurants, cafes and bars in Ireland are open.
Proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 is required.
Are businesses and attractions open in Ireland?
- Non-essential businesses and cultural attractions in Ireland are open.
- Leisure businesses such as gyms, swimming pools and other fitness facilities are open for individual training.
- Proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 is required.
Do I need to wear a face mask in Ireland?
Wearing face masks is required on public transportation and in enclosed public places.