The town is accessible on the M7 which goes from Dublin, the capital of Ireland to Limerick, which passes through towns such as Portlaoise, Kildare and Roscrea. The same route from Limerick to Dublin is also done on the R445.
Bus Eiréann operates services from Limerick to Dublin Airport called the X12/12 which stops off in Nenagh approximately every two hours, passing through Limerick, Dublin, Nenagh, Roscrea and Portlaoise. They also operate a service from Tralee to Athlone called the 72 which stops in Nenagh three times a day.
JJ Kavanaghs operate a service from Shannon Airport to Dublin Airport which stops off in Nenagh. While this journey takes longer, it stops off at more stops which might interest people such as Moneygall, where Barack Obama's ancestors came from.
Regional buses also run to many other places such as Thurles.
Nenagh has a train station called "Nenagh Train Station". It operates routes to Limerick from Ballybrophy. This service was cut back in recent years due to the fact that not many people use this service. You change at Ballybrophy train station for the Dublin to Cork line.
The town is small enough to explore by foot, with the towns main sights all within a walking distance of another. There are several taxi services in Nenagh so if your feet are tired you can give them a call.
The town prospered in the 19th century and consists of the Church of Ireland (protestant/episcopal) and Roman Catholic Communities erected highly regarded Gothic masterpieces of their time. Much of the town has well proportioned buildings albeit somewhat disfigured by modern shopfronts and signage.
Nenagh Castle is open from April to November on Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 16:30. Tours are available in English and Polish.
There are many shops in Nenagh, filling up "Pearse Street". There are many shops from bookshops to clothes shops to restaurants.
Nenagh Town Park was recently opened and has a nice minature park along with a swimming pool. The park is opened during daylight hours.
One of the best delicatessens in County Tipperary is Country Choice located on Kenyon Street. The farmers market is on every Saturday on Kenyon Street also which has a selection of local craft to food.
There are places in Nenagh to eat that can be several things. Nenagh has several Chinese and Italian, an Indian and fast food restaurants. During the day-time visit Café-Q located on Kenyon Street. Many pubs in Nenagh often serve food until 9PM, so if you want a bit more traditional feel go to a pub. If you just want some fast food there are places to tickle your taste buds including Supermacs and Mama Pizzeria's, both on Pearse Street.
Nenagh has a variety of pubs, the majority of which are not too expensive. Some pubs in Nenagh include
There are not many places to stay in Nenagh, but there are a few which are quite renowned.
There are also several B&Bs and inns in the town and surrounding area.
Nenagh is a small town with barely any crime. Be careful of drunk people though, especially at night.
While there are no embassies in Nenagh there are emergency numbers, as well as websites where you learn more about the town.