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Bus Ticket From Carlow To Waterford

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The Carlow Museum is not very large, but it is quite interesting to understand more carefully what has been the "history" of the county. It's amusing to see that they are rebuilt inside the museum and the original furnishings and some shops of the century are still preserved.

Bus Ticket From Carlow To Waterford


The Reginald's Tower was established since the 12th century and it is considered the oldest intact building in Ireland. It was built on the base of a tower Viking from the eight century and inside there is an interesting museum with the history of Waterford and the first Viking settlement in Ireland.

Here are the available modes of transport from Carlow to Waterford.

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Bus Ticket From Carlow To Waterford

The distance from Carlow to Waterford is 83 km. When travelling from Carlow to Wateford, take the Bus Eireann transport service. There is a scheduled bus trip that departs every three hours that can also be availed daily. The travel time is one hour and ten minutes. The bus transport fare can be purchased for US$17. For details: http://www.buseireann.ie/

Bus Ticket From Carlow To Waterford

If you choose to drive your own car, the travel time is 55 minutes.

Train Ticket From Carlow To Waterford

If railway transport is your option, take the Irish Rail train that is offered daily when travelling from Carlow to Waterford. The travel time is one hour for US$26. For details: http://www.irishrail.ie/

Airplane Ticket From Carlow To Waterford

There are no flights for this route. 

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