With 28 services a day in each direction, the X4 is your key to the Southeast of Ireland. Departing from Dublin Airport, followed by Busáras, and servicing some of the key urban areas along Ireland’s Southeastern corridor, the X4 is the best way for any Dubs to visit Ireland’s magical Southeast, or for anyone from the Copper Coast heading to the capital.
And with Expressway, you’ll be travelling in real style, as all of our coaches are kitted out with free Wi-Fi, charging points and extra comfort seats. Expressway. Way Better.
The X4 operates 3 services a-day to and from Dublin Airport.
With the X4 you’re dropped to just outside the terminal, so the next time you’re heading to the airport from Waterford or Carlow, take the stress-free option with X4
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The start point of the X4, New Ross is just 3hrs 5 mins to Dublin on the X4.
Whether you’re a native Carlovian commuting to Dublin for work or study, travelling to Dublin has never been easier – and at just 1hr 15mins to the capital, it’s also never been faster.
The service journey time is just 2 hours 15 minutes from Waterford to Dublin, and 2 hours 45 minutes from Waterford to Dublin Airport, making it one of the fastest ways to travel from Dublin to Waterford, and vice versa.
Expressway coaches are a byword for comfort - reclining leather seats, air conditioning, sockets for charging any phones and laptops you might have, free Wi-Fi onboard, and plenty of room for any luggage you may have. Our fleet of brand new coaches will ensure your journey is Way Better.
Stepping off in Waterford doesn’t mean your journey ends there – in fact, with Expressway’s extensive network of services you can access some of Ireland’s best Eastern towns and cities, or head West to Cork city.
See our list of related routes for details.
Bus Éireann operates a city bus service in Waterford that connects the community with hospitals, schools, shopping and tourist attractions.
Timetables accessible here.
The University Hospital Waterford is the main hospital in the region. Wherever you are coming from, it’s easily accessed with Bus Éireann.
Whitfield Clinic is a private hospital situated in Butlerstown, on the outskirts of Waterford City.
Whether you’re looking for designer brands, unusual boutique items or artisan craft products you can find them in Waterford. The city offers a wide range of stores many of them located on Arundel Street in the centre.
City Square is the largest indoor shopping mall, situated about two minutes-walk away from most of the side streets leading off the Quay between the Clock Tower and the General Post Office.
The Mall Shopping Centre houses the Dunnes Stores and Roches Stores department stores amongst other shops.
And George’s Court Shopping Centre is located at the heart of Waterford City’s busiest retail thoroughfares. It fronts Barronstrand Street, John Roberts Square, Georges Street and Meagher’s Quay.
The Saturday Market on O'Connell Street (parallel to the Quay features local cottage industries and is mainly a food market selling cakes and fresh organic fruits and vegetables.
Housed in a stunning modern building which incorporates several medieval buildings and part of the city wall in its basement, the Medieval Museum documents Waterford's medieval history and contains many fascinating artefacts.
Waterford is famous as the home of Waterford Crystal and a visit to The Waterford Crystal Factory will enlighten you to how it’s produced. Afterwards, visit the shop and relax with a coffee in the café.
Visit the elegant ruin of the stone French Church in Waterford City dates back to 1240. Originally Franciscan it was occupied by French Huguenot refugees between 1693 and 1815 and John Roberts is buried here.
The Sea Safari Waterford is a great family day-out and a popular tourist attraction. See Waterford and its surrounding coastal area from a specially designed rigid inflatable boat, while at the same time learning about its rich bird and sea life.
Stepping off in our city’s capital opens up the entire island of Ireland for any prospective passengers travelling on, with our extensive services from Dublin giving you unparalleled access to the island of Ireland. See our list of related routes for details.
If you’re heading to Dublin for a day out, you’re absolutely spoilt for choice. From high street shopping in Grafton Street, to some of Ireland’s best bars and restaurants, Dublin dwellers are spoilt for choice.
If you’re looking for a good day out, you could do worse than to spoil yourself with the historic delights of the Capital.
From the Book of Kells in the glorious surroundings of Trinity College , to the National Museum and Gallery, some of Ireland’s most storied sculptures and artefacts are just a 5 minute walk from Busáras.
If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, why not head North to Glasnevin, and learn about the heroes of Ireland’s revolutionary past in Glasnevin Cemetery.
A trip to the northside is never complete without a visit to the GAA’s home of Croke Park – in the museum you can learn all about the heritage and history of our national sports.
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