Travelling by train from Wexford to Dublin is a great way to get from the south to the capital when you are visiting Ireland.
Rail services on this route depart from Wexford railway station and arrive at Dublin Connolly station. The latter is located in central Dublin, and offers connections to many forms of onward transportation.
Trains from Wexford to Dublin depart several times a day. There are usually two services in the morning, one in the afternoon, and one in the evening. All trains are direct, making the journey easy and the trip straightforward.
The travel time on this route ranges from 2 hours and 25 minutes to 2 hours and 45 minutes, depending on what train you take.
All trains to Dublin are InterCity (IC) trains. They are operated by Irish Rail, the national rail company.
Single tickets can cost as little as 9.99 euros for standard class if you book them online early. There is also a 3 euro processing fee. Discounted tickets for trains from Wexford to Dublin can be purchased by students with valid ID and people that have farecards. Children also get discounted fares.