located on the inner Ring Road in Waterford City. It is
located on John's River which winds its way through the city
to The River Suir at Adelphi Quay. Built on the banks of the
River Suir, Waterford is Ireland's fifth largest city and the
main urban centre in the southeast.
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From Dublin (Approx 2.5 - 3 Hours), take the N7/N9 from the West
of the City, and follow the M9/N9 branch for Carlow and
From Rosslare (Approx 1 Hour), follow the N25 for Wexford. Turn
left onto the R733, and follow this scenic route through south
county Wexford. Cross the Suir estuary
by ferry between Ballyhack and Passage East. Follow the
signs to Waterford from Passage East.
From Cork (2 - 2.5 hours), follow the N25 through Midleton,
Youghal, Dungarvan and Kilmeaden.
Follow signs Waterford (N25).
From Limerick (2 - 2.5 hours), take the N24 through Tipperary
Town, Cahir, Clonmel and Carrick On Suir.
Follow signs Waterford N24, after Mooncoin at the junction with
N9, turn right to join N9 and follow signs to Waterford.
Cork serves ferries to and from
Swansea, in Wales,
Roscoff and Le
Havre in France.
Rosslare serves ferries to and from
in Wales, and
Cherbourg and Roscoff
Dunlaoghaire serves ferries to and from
Holyhead in Wales.
Dublin Port serves ferries to and from
Holyhead in Wales.
Belfast serves ferries to and from
Larne serves ferries to and from
Ireland is served by a reasonably effective train service,
Iarnrod Eireann, whose main drawback is that it operates,
primarily, on a hub and spoke system, centred on Dublin City
Iarnrod Eireann provide an excellent on-line intractive
timetable and route planner which you can access at
Tramore is served by two bus services, Rapid Express and Bus
Eireann. Both companies offer services between Tramore and
Waterford, which connect with services to other parts of the
You can access the Rapid Express timetable here, and you can
Eireann timetable here