GETTING HERE

Public Transport, Driving and Parking info

Driving

The road network around Newry boasts Motorway from Dublin and beyond while from the north the A1 is now dual carriageway to Sprucefield and motorway onto Belfast. Newry is also easily accessible from the Mourne region through Hilltown, Rathfriland, Warrenpoint and Burren. It is less than 20 minutes by car from Armagh and 30 minutes from Crossmaglen and the Monaghan border.

Public Transport

Making your way to Newry City to Newry is simple and easy if you are using public transport. Take the train from Dublin to Newry is just under 1 hour and 15 minutes. The Railway Station in Newry is located just out of the city and takes minutes in a taxi or there is a regular free shuttle bus service into the central bus station. Getting the Bus from Belfast to Newry takes as little as 1 hour and 15 minutes. The Bus Centre is located right in the city along the Mall and is within walking distance to all local amenities.

Parking

Take advantage of all that Newry has to offer without the stress of worrying about where to park. The city has two carparks on Monaghan Street, with 227 spaces in total. The Canal Bank have two carparks also, with 130 spaces in total. The Abbey Way Car Park in the Cathedral Quarter has 280 spaces. There is also free parking on Edward Street, Merchants Quay, Railway Avenue and Catherine Street.