Wexford town is just a fifteen-minute drive from the Europort at Rosslare Harbour and is well signposted from the port.
Wexford town is a two-hour drive from Dublin Airport. If you are travelling from Dublin Airport you can avoid Dublin city centre by two routes:
Route 1: Follow the M50 Southbound and join the N11 heading towards Wexford/Rosslare.
Route 2: Follow the signs for the City Centre and take the route for the Port Tunnel, follow signs for the East Link Bridge and the N11.
Continue on the N11 and at the Gorey bypass you can choose to stay on the N11 and travel through Ferns and Enniscorthy to Wexford via Ferrycarrig Bridge or you can take Exit 23 to R741 and follow the signs for Ballycanew and this route will bring you into Wexford Town via Wexford Bridge.
Parking is available in Whites Hotel Underground Car Park or in Rowe Street Church Car Park.
Please note there is limited car access to High Street except for set down outside Wexford Opera House.
Bus Eireann operates regular services from all over Ireland. Visit www.buseireann.ie or phone +353 1836 6111 for further details.
Wexford Bus operates a direct service from Dublin Airport to Wexford. Visit www.wexfordbus.com or phone +353 53 91 42742 for further details.
Wexford is two-and-half hours from Dublin by train. If you are travelling into Dublin Airport there is a connecting coach service from the airport to Busáras, the central bus station, which is very close to Connolly Station. Visit www.irishrail.ie for further details.
Ireland attracts many visitors from abroad and most major airlines operate regular services to Waterford, Dublin, Cork and Shannon including Flybe, Ryanair and British Midland (BMI).
Wexford is situated on the south-east coast of Ireland and only fifteen minutes' drive from Rosslare Europort. Stena Line operates daily sailings between Rosslare Harbour and Fishguard, and between Dun Laoghaire (two hours north of Wexford) and Hollyhead.
Telephone +441233 647022 or visit www.stenaline.com for details.
Irish Ferries also operate a route between Rosslare and Pembroke. Visit www.irishferries.com.