Wicklow’s Railway Station can be found on Station Road. It is a typical two-platform station that is served by commuter train coming from Rosslare Europort and Dublin City.
Every effort has been made to nurture a welcoming atmosphere in Wicklow Town, and that outstretched hand has come to include visitor-friendly parking rates and upgrades to public transport to and from the town.
Parking is free for two hours all over Wicklow Town every Saturday, while parking is completely free all over the town on Sundays.
The Local Link Bus Service now operates between Wicklow Town and the popular tourist destination of Glendalough and can be accessed multiple times throughout the day from its first stop at Wicklow Gaol.
Wicklow Town is close neighbours to the capital city of Dublin and is accessible by the M50 and N11 main roads moving Southwards.
Wicklow also runs a “15 minutes grace” policy with regards to parking on the side of the street. This policy means that you are allowed to park your car for 15 minutes free-of-charge should you need to make a quick stop.
The Wicklow Tourist Office is located on Fitzwilliam Square and is a valuable resource for anyone looking for further details on the best ways to travel around Co. Wicklow.