Travel less easy for Irish

Irish people find travelling within the EU less easy than most of our European counterparts, according to a recent Eurobarometer survey.

9th July, 2005

Irish people find travelling within the EU less easy than most of our European counterparts, according to a recent Eurobarometer survey.

Just 50 per cent of Irish people said travelling within the EU was easy, compared with an EU average of 69 per cent and highs of 84 per cent in the Netherlands and 82 per cent in Luxembourg, Belgium and France.

The main obstacles to EU travel for the 24,000 Europeans surveyed were lack of information (44 per...

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