Day: June 8, 2021

Ireland Will Welcome American Tourists Starting July 19

American tourists will be welcome once again in Ireland next month, the latest European country to allow foreign travelers just as the summer travel season kicks off.

Ireland will look to ease border restrictions for U.S. and UK travelers starting July 19, Reuters reported, soon after the country plans to begin implementing the European Union’s COVID-19 certificate.

view of crowded Grafton Street in the center of Dublin

view of crowded Grafton Street in the center of Dublin

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Currently, Americans are allowed to travel to Ireland, but must have proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of their arrival and must quarantine for 14 days, according to the U.S. Embassy in Ireland.

When the country does relax restrictions, all travelers from outside the EU — including from the U.S. — will have to show proof of vaccination. The country will also welcome unvaccinated tourists, but they must arrive with proof

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