Brexit information for individuals
Travelling from the UK
Travelling with goods
From 1 January 2021 if you:
- travel to Ireland from Great Britain (UK without Northern Ireland)
- you have purchased goods there
you may have to pay import charges. These charges must be paid at the airport or port of arrival.
You may also be able to bring in goods within your duty-free allowances without paying import charges.
You will find further information about this in:
Travelling with cash
From 1 January 2021 if you travel to Ireland from Great Britain (UK without Northern Ireland) and carry cash of €10,000 or more you must make a declaration to customs. You will find further information in Travelling with cash.
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