How to Book Train Travel From Dublin to Waterford. Waterford, known the world over for producing exceptional crystal, is the capital city of County Waterford and Ireland's first city founded in 914 AD by the Vikings. Water sports, mountain views, golf, horseback riding and at least 30 beautiful beaches make this destination popular with tourists. Travel to Waterford from Dublin aboard one of the country's comfortable commuter trains.
Things You'll Need
- Appropriate visas
- Computer with Internet access to make reservations
- Valid passport
Book Your Train Tickets From Dublin to Waterford
Plan to depart from Dublin to Waterford via the Dublin Connolly or Dublin Heuston train stations.
Note that arrangements from Dublin Connolly will necessitate taking the bus to Dublin Heuston where the train runs to Waterford.
Book your train travel to Waterford from Dublin Heuston by visiting the Irish Rail Web site (see Resources).
Notice that the Intercity service train runs directly to the Waterford (Plunkett) train station in approximately 2 to 3 hours.
Travel in style by purchasing a CityGold ticket which entitles you to full meals, drinks, and a "walk right on board" privilege without having to check-in with the station booking office. For more information, call the Iarnród Éireann Travel Centre in Dublin (see Resources).