|Apply Ireland Tourist Visa Application Online.|
|Type of Visa||Visa Category||No. of Entry||Visa Validity||Stay Validity||Processing Time||Visa Fee|
|90 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Single Entry||90 Days||90 Days||15 - 20 Days||91.0USD|
|90 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Multiple Entry||90 Days||90 Days||15 - 20 Days||135.0USD|
|90 Days Visa||Business Visa||Single Entry||90 Days||90 Days||15 - 20 Days||91.0USD|
|90 Days Visa||Business Visa||Multiple Entry||90 Days||90 Days||15 - 20 Days||135.0USD|
The largest island of the British Isles, Ireland is the perfect place to go for your vacations if you are fascinated by the medieval era castles and nature in general. Ring of Kerry is situated on Iveragh Peninsula and its sceneries will leave a mark long after you have left the country of Ireland. Guinness Stonehedge, on the other hand, is a unique experience altogether and its rooftop bar is the perfect place for you to have a good beer in. Coming to the numerous castles of Ireland, to say that they are beautiful would be stating the obvious. Blarney Castle looks straight out of a fairy tale whereas Dublin Castle is filled with museums and a gothic chapel. Ireland also has natural gems to boast of such as Dingle Peninsula and Killarney National Park, the latter of which is home to many rare species of birds and animals. Phoenix Park is another tourist attraction of Ireland and is not only enormous but also has the famous Dublin zoo housing unique animals. Citizens of European Union member countries or from European Economic area can enter Ireland without a visa and so can swiss citizens. If you do not come under these categories, you should directly contact the embassy of Ireland in your own country and get your visa from there.
|Citizens of the following countries does not need an visa.|
|Cyprus||Czech Republic||Denmark||Dominica||El Salvador||Estonia|
|Nauru||Netherlands||New Zealand||Nicaragua||North Korea||Norway|
|Panama||Paraguay||Poland||Portugal||Romania||Saint Kitts & Nevis|
|Saint Lucia||Saint Vincent & Grenadines||Samoa||San Marino||Seychelles||Singapore|
|Slovakia||Slovenia||Solomon Islands||Somalia||South Africa||South Korea|
|Trinidad & Tobago||Tuvalu||United Arab Emirates||United Kingdom||United States of America||Uruguay|
Tourist visas are issued by the government of Ireland for personal purposes like vacationing, sightseeing or a family reunion. You might have to books your hotel in advance as the authorities demand you to show the place you will be staying while you are in the country.
If you plan to visit Ireland for purposes like negotiating a trade agreement, attending a global conference of participating in trade fairs etc., you will require a business visa to do so. You can carry out the aforementioned activities but are not allowed to apply for a job in the country.
No, in this scenario, a visa would not be necessary to enter Ireland.
A single entry visa for Ireland costs around 60 euros whereas a multiple entry visa fee is 100 euros.
Upon arrival in Ireland, you need to present your passport, which must have the Irish Visa Sticker, along with your returning flight confirmation and documents that specify what you will be doing while in Ireland.
No. If you wish to travel to Northern Ireland, you will require a UK visa.
Ireland and the UK have different visa requirements. In general, a valid UK visa does not allow travel to Ireland.
You must apply online.
Yes. Ireland is not part of the Schengen Acquis.
Yes. Your application may be submitted to any Embassy/Consulate however, the staff there do not have to process the application, and may refer the application to the INIS in Dublin, for processing.
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