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Wexford Travel and Transport Information

How to get to IrelandAir ServicesSea ServicesBus ServicesRail ServicesCabs and TaxisCar RentalDriving

How to get to Ireland

Ireland is well serviced by air, sea and bus. Stena Line, Irish Ferries and Euroceltic Airlines directly service the South East region, while Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports are within an hours drive from county Wexford. Once you have arrived you'll find a network of coach, rail, car rental and inland ferry services to get you around the country and region with great efficiency.

Air Services

Ireland is very well served by regional airports, many with routes to the UK and beyond. Most international flights arrive to Dublin, Cork, Shannon or Belfast. Transatlantic flights generally land early in the day allowing you plenty of time to get to your destination.



Online Flight Booking

Sea Services

Bus Services

Rail Services

Cabs and Taxis in Ireland

There are metered cabs (also called taxis) available at various locations such as railway stations, ports, airports and taxi ranks in main cities. Elsewhere it is possible to book hackney cabs where fares are agreed by arrangement with the driver in advance. Details are available in the telephone directories.

Car Rental

The major car hire firms are represented in Ireland, and you will find them represented at airports, ferry ports and all major cities.

Driving in Ireland

Driving a car in Ireland is similar to driving in the United Kingdom. You have to drive on the left. Driver and all passengers must wear seat belts at all times.

Speed Limits

The following speed limits apply unless otherwise indicated:

  • 30 mph in towns and cities
  • 60 mph on open roads
  • 70 mph on motorways

Road Signs

Directions signs are bi-lingual, in English and Irish.

Speed limits are usually given in miles per hour, wheras distances are displayed in both Kilometres and Miles.

Route Planner

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