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Tralee, County Kerry
Tralee - Trá Lí - Strand of Lí
Location of Tralee
Tralee Town is located in the South-West of Ireland in County Kerry. Situated at the start of both the Dingle and Kerry Head Peninsula. Tralee is the chief town of Kerry, set at the mouth of Tralee Bay.
History of Tralee
The town has become famous due to the International Rose of Tralee Festival and the Tralee Races. Both of these events are held on the same weekend at the end of August each year, making Tralee town a lively place to visit. Tralee town has much to offer the visitor from all-weather attractions for all ages, a large retail park, historic buildings and entertainment venues.
Tralee Visitor Attractions
Aqua Dome - Tralee
Kerry County Museum - Tralee
The Playdium - Tralee
North Kerry Way - Tralee
August Rose of Tralee - Tralee
Aeroplane: Kerry Airport is the closest airport to Tralee Town - 19km. Click here for details on Irish Airports.
Train: A train service operates to Tralee station. Timetables can be viewed by logging onto Irish Rail web site
Bus: A bus service operates for Tralee. The bus stop is located at the main bus station. Timetables can be viewed by logging onto Bus Eireann web site
Tralee Accommodation Listings
The Forge is a purpose built, family run bed and breakfast, which provides a high standard of accommodation and is approved by Bord Failte.located in Tralee Town
Season: All Year Occupancy: Bed and Breakfast
Bleach Farmhouse is a traditional farmhouse set on a working beef farm. This homely bed and breakfast is scenically located beside the village of Blennerville at the start of the Dingle Way Walking Route. Bleach Farmhouse is in an ideal location for touri
Season: March - October Occupancy: Bed and Breakfast
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