Travel Requirements from Spain to Dublin, Ireland (June 2021)

Ireland is a very popular destination for people who want to practice or learn the English language, with a fairly wide cultural and leisure offer. This country already allows tourism travel, however, due to restrictions – a product of the Covid-19 pandemic – it has certain limitations that we explain below:

If you travel from Spain to Ireland

For Ireland, Spain is not labeled as a high-risk country, this means that whoever travellers from here will not have to isolate themselves for 14 days in a hotel designated for it. As long as an RT-PCR test is presented, no more than 72 hours after it is done is sufficient.

Ireland does not accept other tests such as antigens or antibodies for entry into its territory, but it does accept vaccination certificates, as long as the vaccine is approved by the European Union. As of July, it is estimated that the travel certificates known as “Covid-19 passports” will be available for its citizens to circulate freely.

The traveler from Spain should not isolate themselves in one of the hotels destined for people from high-risk countries, however, they must comply with a quarantine of at least 14 days in accommodation or residence of their choice; Isolation time will only be reduced if an RT-PCR test is performed on the fifth day of arrival and a negative result is obtained.

ALL people, regardless of their origin, must fill out a passenger location form, which they can find at . The Irish authorities will be informed of the traveler’s data: name, surname, etc .; contact details, and place of stay in Ireland.

At medmesafe, we ​​place at your disposal a network of certified laboratories to carry out your PCR Test (throughout Spain), Home PCR Test, Rapid Antibody Test, and Rapid Antigen Test by contacting us through the following form


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