Travelling in Ireland
For more information on transport options see
For weather forecasts visit Met Éireann.
For information on companies that provide wheelchair repairs please contact the Irish Wheelchair Association.
It is important to be well prepared when planning a journey abroad. Ensure that you have all the information about your trip (and for all parts of your journey) before you book your ticket. There are many sources of information available through your travel agent, transport operator or station, airport or port.
Information for Irish Citizens wishing to travel abroad is available here.
European Health Insurance Card
The European Health Insurance Card or EHIC (formerly the E111 form) allows the holder to access health care services when travelling to other EU or EEA countries. Anyone who is living in Ireland or intends to live here for a year can apply for an EHIC from the Health Services Executive. For more information and how to apply visit EHIC.
There is no charge for the EHIC card, it is a free public service.
Travelling with a Guide Dog
Information is available from the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.