Enniscorthy is highly accessible from all major urban centres.
- From Dublin, via M11, 125 km, 1hr 30 mins
- From Dublin Airport, via M50 and M11, 142 km, 1hr 45 mins
- From Rosslare Europort, via N25 and N11, 42 km, 40 mins
- From Kilkenny, either via R702, 57km, 55 mins or N30 and R700, 67km, 1hr 5 mins
- From Waterford, via N25 and N30, 54km, 52 mins
- From Cork, via N25 and N30, 172km, 2hrs 27 mins
- From Shannon Airport, via M7 and N80, 227 km, 2hrs 41 mins
- From Galway, via M6 and N80, 251 km, 3hrs 25 mins
- From Belfast, via M1, M50 and M11, 299 km, 3hrs 18 mins
The coastal jaunt from Dublin to Enniscorthy is arguably the most scenic of all Irish rail journeys and has featured on the BBC’s Great Railway Journeys series. Pick your highlight – the Avoca viaduct? Killiney Bay? The River Slaney?
The train station in Enniscorthy is located Templeshannon, just a short walk (less than 10 minutes) from the town centre, and is well signposted. The station offers daily services to Dublin and Rosslare Europort.
Further information at: https://www.irishrail.ie/en-ie/Station/enniscorthy
Ferry Services to Ireland
Enniscorthy is on the doorstep of Ireland’s best located port – Rosslare Europort which offers numerous direct sailings to France, Spain and the UK. All ferries are “Roll-on/roll-off” / “Car Ferries” that accommodate cars, motor-homes (RVs), caravans, buses, trucks, motorbikes, bicycles and regular foot passengers.