Can I smoke in public places in Ireland ?

The Republic of Ireland has introduced a blanket ban on smoking in all places of work to protect public health and reduce the incidences of smoking-related illness.  


Smoking is prohibited in public areas within the Republic of Ireland – this includes all bars, nightclubs and restaurants.   


Although hotel bedrooms may be exempt from the ban, it is applied to all other areas within hotels.

(The date for introduction was March 29, 2004.)

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