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Do I need a passport to go to Ireland from England? Oh thinks no I think it's we do! Tia x
No. But you do need ID to get through airport etc. Driving licence is fine
Ah damm looks like his right this time!! Thanks for your reply xx
If you’re in Northern Ireland you don’t but you will if you’re in Ireland.
I went from fishguard last week and all I had with me was a bill. One man had no id at all and he was let on fine.
The U.K. and Ireland are in a ‘Common Travel Area’, so you don’t need a passport, but you do need ID which shows your nationality, and photographic ID for airlines normally, so you might as well passport
I've not had a passport for years and I've travelled to the ROI without one.I had my driving license but didn't get asked for it. I think my dad just had his bus pass as photo id.
If you are talking about flying it would be dependent on the airline. Years ago I flew to the UK without id but the airlines now require passports. The ferry is probably different
I think Ryanair (spits) ask for a passport.
Ryanair you must have a passport, aer lingus you can travel on your bus pass!
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