Wexford tourist and travel information

Wexford Travel Information

Travel Information Wexford is the county town of County Wexford. It is situated near the south-eastern tip of Ireland, close to Rosslare Europort.

bus and coach travel

Coaches Travel by coach in Ireland - For buses in the Republic of Ireland see www.eurolines.com or www.buseireann.ie (with the exception of Dublin City - see www.dublinbus.ie). For Cross border services see www.ulsterbus.co.uk/atulsterbus.asp. For buses in Northern Ireland see www.eurolines.com or www.translink.co.uk. Translink operate the Northern Ireland public transport system. In Belfast, services are operated by Metro. See www.ulsterbus.co.uk/Metro.asp. Newcastle has its own Coach/Bus Station. Newcastle Bus Station - Tel: 028 437 22296.

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Travel by train

Rail ztown Travel by train - For trains in the Republic of Ireland see www.irishrail.ie. For trains in Northern Ireland see www.nirailways.co.uk or www.translink.co.uk. Translink operate the Northern Ireland public transport system.

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www.irishrail.ie/home Wexford Station, Wexford Station, Co. Wexford. Location: 200 metres from town centre. Tel: 053-22522. Staffed. Booking Office. Accessible Toilet. Wheelchair Available. Ramp for Train Access.

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Ireland Airports - miles from Wexford

Miles (Approx)

Dublin Airport. Tel: +353 (01) 814 1111. Dublin Airport is located about 6 miles north of Dublin City Centre.

85 miles

George Best Belfast City Airport, Belfast BT3 9JH, Northern Ireland. Tel: 028 9093 9093. Belfast City Airport is located not too far from the city centre.

195 miles

Belfast Belfast International Airport, Belfast, BT29 4AB. Tel: 028 9448 4848. Located about 18 miles from Belfast City Centre.

195 miles

Cork Airport. Tel: +353 21 4313131. Cork Airport is located about 5 miles to the south of Cork City, just off the N27.

110 miles

Waterford Airport. Killowen, County Waterford, Ireland. Tel: 00353 51 875589. Located just 5 miles from Waterford City centre, close to Tramore Bay.

37 miles

Ireland Ports - miles from Wexford

Miles (Approx)

Dublin - Ferries - Dublin Port Company, Port Centre, Alexandra Road, Dublin. Tel: 353-1-8876000. Centrally located, only minutes from Dublin city centre. Buses provide a regular service. Ferries to Holyhead, Liverpool and Douglas.

85 miles

Dublin - Dun Laoghaire - Ferries - Located about 6 miles SE of Dublin City Centre. Sailings each day to Holyhead. From the City Centre follow the Coast Road, the R113, to Dun Laoghaire.

85 miles

Rosslare - Ferries - Located on the N25 route, connecting Rosslare with Waterford and Cork. There is a railway station at the port, connecting to Dublin, Waterford, Cork, Kerry, and Limerick. Regular Ferry services to Cherbourg, Fishguard, Le Havre, Pembroke, and Roscoff.

12 miles

Cork - Ferries - Custom House Street, Cork, Ireland. Tel: +353 21 4273125. Cork Ferryport is connected to Cork City by the N28, located near Ringaskiddy, about 10 miles south of Cork City. Ferry service to Swansea, Scandinavia, the Mediterranean and West Africa.

110 miles

Belfast - Ferries - Port of Belfast, Harbour Office, Corporation Square, Belfast, BT1 3AL. Tel: 028 9055 4422. Ferries to Stranraer, Liverpool and The Isle of Man.

195 miles

Wexford Tourist Information

Sport

Sport Wexford - Sport - Wexford Golf Club, Mulgannon, Wexford. Tel: 00353 (0) 53 42238.

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Shopping

Stores Wexford - Shopping - Wexford is known as one of the main shopping centres in the southeast of Ireland. Many international chain stores are represented here, as well as Irish ones.

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Entertainment

Entertainment Wexford - Entertainment and attractions - Yola Farmstead Folk Park, Tagoat, Rosslare, Co. Wexford. Wexford Wildlife Reserve, sign posted just outside Wexford town on the R741 between Ferrybank and Castlebridge.

Entertainment

Museum

Other information Wexford - Other information - Wexford County Museum, Castle Hill, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.

In the early 20th century, Wexford was a poor town, with few attractions to offer a visitor. The fortunes of the town started to change in the 1950's, the institution of the Wexford Opera Festival playing a part. The festival became world renowned, and many young international singers started their careers singing in Wexford. The festival now runs for three weeks at the end of October.

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