By Susan Sherren for Couture Trips Published June 30, 2012 3:08 PM CST
Yes, it has been awhile since American tourists have roamed the green isle-Ireland. However, starting on July 19, U.S. visitors who have been vaccinated, have a negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival or have recovered from COVID-19 in the last six months will be able to visit Ireland and they will not have to quarantine. This is welcome news to those wanting to spread their wings outside of the United States. Travelers to Ireland will need to familiarize themselves with the E.U. Digital COVID Certificate, the certificate, once completed will prove visitors have been vaccinated, received a recent negative test result or have recovered from COVID in the last half-year. Your certificate will include necessary information, such as your name, date of birth, date or issue, vaccine/test/recovery history and an ID number.
toIreland offers a multitude of possible itineraries. If you enjoy exploring cities, Dublin is a gem. The western coast of the island is a perfect spot to kayak and explore the rugged Atlantic coast line. You can head north and explore Belfast to Derry-Londonderry along the Coastal Causeway. Don't forget about Cork, Killarney and Waterford. Our experts will help you select the best itinerary for your vacation and holiday goals. Plus we always manage to sprinkle a little magic into each itinerary.