Travel to Ireland
Information on who can travel to Ireland during COVID-19 restrictions, how to plan your travel and what will happen when you arrive.
An overview of the EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) and non-essential travel from 19 July 2021.
Mandatory hotel quarantining has been introduced for some travellers arriving into Ireland to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Tourists from certain countries require visas if they wish to enter Ireland. Find out more.
Certain people who wish to travel to Ireland for business purposes require visas. Find out more.
People from certain countries who wish to study in Ireland require visas. Find out more.
Find out about the important rules in place regarding customs regulations for people travelling to Ireland.
This document includes the powers of Customs and Excise officers to carry out searches of travellers to prevent the importation of prohibited goods or goods that have not been declared to Customs.
The Retail Export Scheme, allows visitors to Ireland (from outside the European Union) to buy goods in Ireland to take home with them and benefit from tax relief.
The importation of pets into Ireland is strictly controlled. Information on the procedures for bringing your pet to Ireland.