Tipperary town has an array of shops and places to eat and stay. The town centre is a five minute walk from the railway station.
The town is close to the Glen of Aherlow - great walking countryside. It is possible to bring a bicycle by train and join/leave the Beara Breifne Way at Tipperary.
The tourist office is located in the Excel Arts & Culture Centre on Mitchell Street.
The Tipperary Town website has further information on the town.
Left: Excel Arts & Culture Centre.
Walking & cycling routes:
Information board near the entrance to Tipperary railway station detailing the Beara Breifne Way, which is a series of interlinked walking and cycling routes that traverse the spine of Ireland.
The Multeen Way and Ballyhoura Way meet at Tipperary.
Historic walking trail:
The trail takes in buildings and features of interest in the town and surrounds such as a motte and bailey and the old military barracks.
Accommodation near Tipperary railway station:
Click on the icon if you wish to visit the Station-Stays website which has, inter alia, a directory of places to stay within walking distance of railway stations in Ireland and Britain.
Date of last update to this page: 16th December, 2013: additional link.