Things to see and do - Tralee
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Tralee Travel guide
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County town of Kerry, Tralee is situated at the head of the bay, on the north of the Dingle Peninsula. As the town was largely destroyed during the 17C wars, its architecture is 18C. Over the last thirty years it has developed as the largest commercial centre of north Kerry. To the north-east the Vale of Tralee provides rich pasture for the black Kerry cattle.
Tourist attractions Tralee : Things to see and do
Ross Rd. IRL - Killarney
Killarney National Park covers 10 000ha, it includes three lakes - Lough Leane, Muckross Lake and Upper Lake, which are linked by the Long Range River - the foreshore and the mountain slopes south and west. The heart of the park is Muckross Estate, d..
N 70 IRL - Killarney
The Iveragh peninsula combines tall mountains, rocky bays, sandy beaches and fine sea views. One of the world's best know tourist routes, the N 70 forms part of the famous "Ring of Kerry", along the coast between Killorglin in the north and..
IRL - Killarney
The U-shaped breach (457m deep) is traversed by a narrow unsurfaced road which winds up a series of hairpin bends, alongside several mountain tarns, crosses a tumbling stream and passes by the ruins of a Royal Irish Constabulary strongpoint. Most tra..
Denny Street IRL - Tralee .
Prix Prices from : 60 €
The Grand Hotel is in the heart of Tralee, just 2 minutes’ walk from Siamsa Theatre. It offers a fine restaurant, limited free parking, free Wi-Fi and rooms with satellite TVs. The Grand Hotel Tralee boasts open fires, ornate ceilings and mahogany f..
Princes Street IRL - Tralee Tralee
In the heart of Tralee, The Brandon Hotel is a brief walk from the town centre, providing a perfect base from which to explore Kerry. The Brandon Hotel boasts a range of contemporary leisure facilities, including Sanctuary Health and Leisure Club, w..
Dan Spring Road IRL - Tralee
Prix Prices from : 79 €
This 4-star hotel looks out over Tralee town centre, less than a mile (1.6 km) away. It has free internet, luxury air-conditioned rooms, a relaxing, Asian-themed spa, and a health suite with gym, sauna and steam room. The Fels Point Hotel (formally ..
Fossa IRL - Cill Airne
Large, formal restaurant with a contemporary style, set in a luxurious hotel. Panoramic windows afford superb views across the lough towards the mountains. Creative modern menus follow the seasons and use the very best of Irish produce.
The Mall IRL - An Daingean
Attractive former boathouse, built from stone and set on the quayside. Charming, open-plan interior with exposed slate walls, a large bar and stained glass dividers; oil lamps give off an intimate glow. Seasonal, local ingredients feature, with Blask..
Old Church of Ireland, Lower Bridge St IRL - Cill Orglan / Killorglin
Spanish restaurant in an imposing 19C former church, with a cavernous interior, stained glass windows and church pews. Fresh, vibrant cooking: go for the raciones, designed for sharing - 3 per person will suffice. Live music is a feature.
Fossa IRL - Cill Airne
Set in a sumptuous lakeside hotel; a modern take on a classical brasserie, with lough and mountain views - head for the terrace in warmer weather. The accessible all-day menu ranges from soup and salads to steaks cooked on the open grill.
Denny St IRL - Trá Lí
Cromane Lower IRL - Killorglin
Remote coastguard station; now a bright, glitzy restaurant offering panoramic bay views. Seafood-orientated menus offer well-presented, classic combinations; concise selection at lunch. Smart bar-lounge features live piano at weekends.
Lower Bridge St IRL - Killorglin
Unassuming restaurant hidden in the town centre, with a traditional osteria-style interior. Concise, daily changing blackboard menu offers a mix of Italian and Irish dishes; the pastas are homemade and the herbs come from the owners' garden.