Traffic Light System

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The Irish government has joined the EU-wide Travel Traffic Light System, replacing the previous Travel Green List. The Traffic Light System brings EU members states and the UK together under one system to allow travel between participating countries. Holiday destinations listed below are currently classified as either Green or Orange regions.

Updated 21/07/2021


How does the Traffic Light System for Travel work?

On a weekly basis, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) will publish a map of EU member states, which each country mapped according to its place on the traffic light system – green, orange, red and grey – based on the risk levels associated with COVID-19. Holidaymakers will face different entry requirements based on whether they are arriving from a green, orange, red or grey region.


You should always check the latest advice on travel restrictions before departing for your destination. See the Department of Foreign Affairs official website and to check the classification of your destination, see the Re-Open Europa Website.

Traffic Light System Destinations


Departure Airport


Departures Between


Number of Nights

3 to 7

Board Basis

Hotel Rating

Price Range

€50 to €3,000

Number of Adults

2 to 6

Number of Children

0 to 6

Number of Infants

0 to 3
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We have collated advice from government agencies and insurance partners below with a focus on our most popular destinations. For advice on travel to destinations not featured below, or for the latest information as this situation unfolds, contact your airline/insurance company directly, your own embassy and the embassy of the country you intend to visit, or consult the websites below:


Please see relevant authorities for the most up to date advice on this continuously developing situation.

Advice from the International Air Transport Association (IATA)

Travel Advice from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

Latest Report from the World Health Organisation (WHO)