Dating sites wexford
Wexford was also an important site for the failed rebellion of 1798, and in its aftermath, the heads of many rebellion leaders were displayed on Wexford Bridge.
This important event has been immortalised in songs such as "The Boys of Wexford" and "Boolavogue" which most Wexford people learn in primary school.
Follow the Main Street from Selskar onwards and discover the atmospheric buzz of the town.
Many lanes linking the quayfront and the Main Street still exist - most notably Keyser's Lane, which was the main thoroughfare linking the quays to the town in Viking times.
Built in 1858, and designed by a student of Pugin, both are fantastic examples of 19th-century neo-gothic church architecture.
However, as Bride Street has undergone major alterations, Rowe Street is the more impressive.
Over the ensuing centuries, Wexford became a successful port.
There are a number of train services every day between Dublin and Rosslare, via Wexford. Wexford is easily accessible from south Wales and France (Cherbourg and Roscoff), as the ferry port of Rosslare is 20 km (less than half hour drive) from central Wexford.
Perhaps due to its maritime past, recurring waves of invaders or its annual world-famous opera Festival, Wexford is also one of the most cosmopolitan towns in Ireland.
it is also one of the cleanest, having been declared "litter free" by a recent inspection from Irish Businesses Against Litter (IBAL).
The revamped quayfront provides pleasant strolls along the River Slaney.
Almost a sight in themselves are Wexford's narrow winding Viking streets.