Several countries have issued travel warnings for Ireland following the Dublin riots last week.
The disturbances brought violence and looting to the city last Thursday night, which also saw buses, cars and a tram set on fire.
Britain's Foreign Office is advising its citizens coming here to avoid any protests and to follow the advice of local authorities.
In an update posted November 23rd, it warned of "unrest around the centre of Dublin".
"There has been, and may continue to be, some disruption, including to traffic and public transport," the UK alert said.
"You should avoid any protests and follow advice of local authorities."
Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has also warned its citizens of further disruptions.
"Violent protests and riots have occurred in Dublin," the advisory said.
"Further disruptions could occur. Public protests and events that draw large groups of people can turn violent. Avoid protests and follow the advice of local authorities."
Meanwhile, Canadian authorities have alerted their citizens to 'regular' demonstrations.
"Demonstrations and strikes occur regularly. Even peaceful demonstrations can turn violent at any time," the Canadian Government has said.
"They can also lead to disruptions to traffic and public transportation.
"Violent demonstrations occurred in Dublin in November 2023 and led to acts of vandalism, arson, and clashes between demonstrators and police."
It is advising citizens to avoid areas where demonstrations and large gatherings are taking place.
The US has not changed its advisory for Ireland, in which it tells citizens to 'exercise normal precautions'.
The country issued a security warning here back in July following a number of incidents, including one that saw a US tourist left with life-changing injuries after he was attacked by a group of people on Talbot Street.