Can I fly from Ireland to Amsterdam?
Yes, since Ireland is not part of the Schengen travel area, anyone who (based on their nationality) normally requires a visa for The Netherlands or Schengen area would still require one.
Can I fly to Amsterdam from Dublin?
Are there any travel restrictions from Dublin to Amsterdam right now? Amsterdam currently has moderate travel restrictions for travellers from Dublin. You can travel there, but you’ll have to quarantine on your return. You may also be required to take a COVID-19 test on or before your arrival.
Does Ryan Air fly to Netherlands?
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Is Netherlands quarantine mandatory?
Everyone aged 12 and over must self-quarantine on arrival in the Netherlands after a stay in a very high-risk area due to coronavirus. Until 21 September inclusive, the rule applies even if you have been fully vaccinated.
Is Ireland a safe country?
Ireland is listed in the top 15 safest countries in the world by the Global Peace Index 2020. It is known for being a safe and friendly country that offers a warm welcome to tourists and students from around the world.
Can I travel to Dublin Airport during lockdown?
As of 19 July, international travel is open. There are still profiles of passengers who must self-quarantine or go through the mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine. Please see the Irish Government website for more informationOpens in new window here.
Nightclubs and discos are allowed to open until midnight. Here, too, visitors need a valid coronavirus entry pass. You have to wear a face mask at the airport, on aircraft, trains, trams, buses, metros and in taxis. In stations and on platforms you do not need a face mask.
Can you take a train from Ireland to Amsterdam?
Amsterdam-Dublin by Train/Ferry
It is possible to travel from Amsterdam to Dublin by a combination of rail and ferry with the journey split into 2 parts via London.
Are KLM still flying to Amsterdam from UK?
Today: as part of our gradual resumption of services from some UK airports, we’re re-starting flights from Cardiff to Amsterdam.