Hi thinking of doing a day trip over to holy head and I'm wondering if you can buy bottles of spirts in say asda and bring them back home with you on the ferry as a foot passenger to take back home or is ferry the same as airport were you must have under 100ml
Any other advice on what can be allowed if I do shopping over there.
there are no restrictions in the EU for personal use. In terms of what the companies would allow
No restrictions,if you can carry it on board you can keep it...if it's legal of course
The savings are usually not worth it except during the pre Christmas sales; which is a more major issue
A quick word of warning there is nothing in Holyhead it's dare I say a shíthole. If cheap UK booze is what your after then your better off going up North. You'd save time and money going up North if you have a car and you will get a better selection of shops than in Holyhead.
I did it with a bike a couple of years ago waiting for a train. Didn’t feel safe!
I have been over in the past by car. The place seems fine to me. I'm only going over to do something different than do a day trip hear. I don't have to stay in holy head. Cam go other places if I wish
The museum of failed retailers, also know as the high street; the I can't believe it has a food safety certificate takeaways: the fighting pubs. Holyhead has it all!
The Asda is in an out of town retail park too.
Can only echo the previous comments of it as a place - best thing in it is the (now) dual carriageway out of the place.
I don't want to know what the place is like all I want to know is are you allowed alcohol on in carry on. It's for drinking on the ferry bit to take home. that's all I asked
It's not for drink I'm going it's just to get of the island for a few hours instead of doing something. I might buy a bottle of something if it caches my eye. Like a flavoured bottle of vofka we don't have over hear
They won't let you drink alcohol you brought on