Get To The Festival
Get to Wexford By Bus
Wexford Bus has 13 services from Dublin, Arklow, Gorey & Enniscorthy to Wexford town everyday, so it’s the ideal way to get to Wexford. For full timetable details on the Dublin to Wexford Route click HERE
The Wexford Bus Connect service operates from Clonard to Redmond Square to Drinagh from 07.00 to 23.00 Monday to Saturday. For Wexford Town Service timetables click HERE
Bus Éireann also provides services to County Wexford from Dublin and Waterford. For further information on bus services telephone +353 (0)1 836-6111 or visit www.buseireann.ie
Get to Wexford By Boat with Stena Line
Travel by Superferry from Fishguard to Rosslare on the fastest crossing from Wales. Onboard the Stena Europe you’ll enjoy the best travel experience on the Irish Sea. Click HERE for more information.
With a choice of 2 ferry crossings daily and no baggage charges why not pack it all in and enjoy a car–cation with Stena Line today.
Rosslare Europort is situated at the end of the N25 in Rosslare Harbour. Rosslare Harbour, along with ferry symbols, can be found on all road signs leading to the port. The port is 20 minutes from Wexford town.
Get to Wexford By Train
The coastal train journey from Dublin to Rosslare is arguably the most scenic of all Irish rail journeys. It’s listed by Michael Palin (Monty Python) as one of his favourite train journeys.
Trains depart from Dublin Connolly station and arrive at Wexford O’Hanrahan station. The Dublin/Rosslare line serves County Wexford with stations at Gorey, Enniscorty and Wexford.
Services are direct and require no changes on the way. Trains from Dublin to Wexford depart every one to four hours. The journey time on this route is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.
For more details Click HERE