It's great to hear that you and your friends are planning a trip to Dublin. The island of Ireland is currently open to visitors and non-essential travel, so tourism is definitely a great reason for travelling to the island!
All travellers to Ireland will need to fill out a Passenger Locator Form
before they arrive in Ireland. If you are fully-vaccinated, you will not have to under go any travel-related testing or quarantine; and you can provide proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative COVID test result using the using the Digital Covid Certificate
. There are differing regulations for those who are not vaccinated and cannot provide proof of recovery from COVID in the last 180 days so please take a look at our Health Information
page for more info on this!
It is possible that guidance can change at short notice so I would recommend that you check the Irish Government website
before you travel for updates or any changes.
Travellers arriving from the UK are not currently subject to mandatory hotel quarantine, unless they have been in a designated high-risk country
in the preceding 14 days. Can I just confirm with you that you have been in the UK in the last 14 days?
I hope this answers your question and allows you to now plan for your trip to Dublin. Have you already thought of an itinerary for your time there?