Trains from Dublin to Wexford are a great way to travel down the coast from the capital to the south when you are visiting Ireland.

Trains depart from Dublin Connolly station and arrive at Wexford railway station in southern Ireland. They are run by Irish Rail on InterCity (IC) trains. Services are direct and require no changes on the way.

Trains from Dublin to Wexford depart every one to four hours. There are often long gaps between services, so make sure to consult timetables before you travel so that you don’t end up waiting for a long time at the station.

The journey time on this route ranges from 2 hours and 20 minutes to 2 hours and 40 minutes, depending on which train you take.

The fare for a single ticket can be as little as 9.99 euros for standard class if you buy tickets online before you travel. There is an additional 3 euro fee for processing, too. Discounted tickets for trains from Dublin to Wexford can be purchased by those that have farecards or are students or children.