Visiting Ireland in July 2022

Visiting Ireland in July 2022

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Posted Tue 5 Jul 2022 4:04 AM
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We are Indian passport holders, based in Dubai -UAE. Have a UK visa and attend a conference in UK in the 2nd week of July. We are hoping to extend our stay by visiting Ireland for 3 days after the conference. We are both fully vaccinated with our booster shots as well.
 Wanted to know: 1) Which is the recommended city to visit in Ireland for First-time visitors?, 2) Are there any specific Covid-19 rules currently in place that we need to take care of?
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Rajshree

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Posted Tue 5 Jul 2022 10:44 AM
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Hello Rajshree!

Thank you for contacting us. 😊
We are delighted that you will have the opportunity to come to Ireland for a few days!

Given the short time you will have, in case you land in Dublin - being also the capital - it is certainly among the first cities to visit!
This 72-hour city tour can help you organize your days.
Moving north I can't fail to mention Belfast, as well as Cork in the south of the island and Galway on the opposite coast.
These four cities are certainly among the first to visit!
Lastly, all COVID-19 travel restrictions have been removed. You no longer need to complete a passenger locator form. You also no longer need proof of vaccination or recovery, or a COVID-19 test.
More information can be found on this page.

We hope this information is useful in planning your trip.
For any other questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

See you soon! ☘️

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Hi Rajshree!

My name is Leah and I work for a company called Ireland's Blue Book, a romantic collection of Irish Country House Hotels, Manor Houses, Castles and Restaurants located all over Ireland.

On our website we have plenty of itineraries and blogs that may help inspire you when planning your trip to Ireland, I have linked the page including all of the city escapes here! 

If you have any questions about these itineraries or would like some more inspiration, please don't hesitate to contact us!

Happy planning!

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