[jstrc:staticheader]

Travel Advice

Travel Advice

 

Last updated 6th August 2020

Holidays departing before 24th August 2020

Unfortunately, all our holidays due to depart before 24th August 2020 have been suspended. We’re really sorry as we know how disappointing this will be. If your holiday has been impacted, you don’t need to do anything, as we’ll be in touch with you directly to explain your options. We’re contacting customers in departure date order so if you’re not due to travel right away please bear with us, we really appreciate your patience.

Holidays departing from 24th August 2020

Everyone knows that the pandemic has impacted travel and holiday plans in recent months, but it’s now encouraging to see signs of recovery as countries re-open their borders and aircraft take to the skies. We can’t wait to start travelling again and we hope you’re looking forward to your forthcoming holiday more than ever.

In the last few months, we have been working hard with our colleagues, partners and suppliers all around the world, so you can rest assured that when travelling with us, you’ll be in the safest of hands, every step of the way. We’re making sure that every aspect of your holiday experience will be every bit as good as you'd expect it to be.

If your holiday is impacted in some way, we’ll contact you directly. In the meantime if you do have any questions then please email us at help@rivieratravel.ie

Refund credit notes explained

For customers wanting to take a bit more time to decide on their future travel plans, we’re able to offer Refund Credit Notes. The Refund Credit Notes issued by us come with many benefits and to help you understand all the details, we’ve created this useful guide. Rest assured your statutory rights remain unaffected.

Click here for more information >

Latest advice from the Government

 

We rigorously follow the guidance issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and you can access the very latest information here.

If you would like to know more about Coronavirus and the steps you can take to avoid catching it you can find out more here.

If you are interested in more general travel advice such as passport information, visa requirements or advice on money abroad or locals laws and customs you can find out more here.

If you’d like to speak with us you can call us on 01 905 6300 or email us at help@rivieratravel.ie

You can also find the DFA (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ireland) on social media by clicking the icons below.