ID card or passport for EU citizens?

ID card or passport for EU citizens?

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Posted Wed 28 Feb 2024 4:13 PM
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Hi,
I found the information that EU citizens coming from Ireland, don't need a passport if they are visiting Northern Ireland and return to Ireland later. The ID card should be sufficient. Am I right?

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Posted Thu 29 Feb 2024 11:00 AM
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Hi C.! 

You are correct! As long as you arrive and leave through the Republic of Ireland, you don't need a passport even if you decide to explore Northern Ireland for a day or two (or three). We got a page with more information about travel documents that you may find useful.

Are you planning to explore Northern Ireland as the main part of your trip or just as a day tour? Let us know if you need any suggestions in this part of the island. 😊

Cheers,
Antoine

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