Tralee

Tralee (Irish: Trá Lí) is a beautiful town in County Kerry with one of the best climates in Ireland. The witty and honest population is about 25,000

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Tralee town centre

From Dublin – 3.5 hours

From Cork City – 1 hour 45 minutes

From Limerick City – 1 hour 30 minutes

From Galway City – 2 hours 15 minutes

From Killarney – 30 minutes

Tralee is serviced by Ireland’s national railway provider Iarnrod Eireann (Irish Rail). Regular direct services arrive and depart for Killarney, Mallow, Cork City and Dublin. Services to other locations usually involve changing trains.

The train/bus station is located 750 meters from the town centre.

Bus Eireann, Ireland’s national bus operator, services Tralee for most locations. Direct services to Killarney, Dingle, Cork, Limerick and Dublin as well as most major towns in the county are available.

Additional services are available to/from Dublin from private operator Dublin Coach on their M7 Express service.

The train/bus station is located 750 meters from the town centre.

The M7 Express bus stop is located outside the Kerry Group Headquarters near the Aqua Dome on the southside of the town.

Kerry International Airport is located 15 minutes drive from Tralee. The airport can also be reached by train or bus which both stop in Farranfore village and then a 15 to 20 minute walk.

Flights are available from Aer Lingus and Ryanair. Daily service is available to/from Dublin and London. Additional regular services are available to Hahn Airport near Frankfurt, Germany.

During summertime services are also available to/from Spain and Portugal.

Tralee is very accessible by foot as the town centre is small.

If you plan on using Tralee as a base to see the county and surrounding towns and villages a car is the best option.

Tralee is well serviced by local taxi companies. There is a taxi rank in the town centre on The Mall.

  • The Town Park. Especially when the roses are in bloom. Interesting and labelled trees and a clean play area for small children. Closed at night – at irregular hours. 
  • St. John’s Church of Ireland, Ashe St (by town park). 
  • Dominican Church, Princes’ St. 
  • Court House, Ashe St. With two cannons from The Crimean War visible outside. 

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