Killarney, Ireland

Escape to enchanting, charming architecture and style reminiscent of the late nineteenth century

Killarney, Ireland

Escape to enchanting, charming architecture and style reminiscent of the late nineteenth century

Killarney, Ireland

Escape to enchanting, charming architecture and style reminiscent of the late nineteenth century

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          Killarney, Ireland


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          Resting on the scenic shores of Lough Leane Lake in Ireland’s County Kerry, the town of Killarney is surrounded by spectacular scenic landscapes. The countryside is dotted with cascading waterfalls, sparkling rivers, lush woodlands, glittering lakes, and soaring peaks. It makes for the perfect stopover for visitors road-tripping along the Ring of Kerry scenic drive. Killarney offers visitors a variety of comfortable accommodation choices, quaint traditional Irish pubs and excellent restaurants. Visitors can view the 19th-century St. Mary’s Cathedral; hike the 200-kilometre Kerry Way walking trail, which starts and ends in Killarney; and explore the Killarney National Park, the first national park in Ireland. Other popular attractions in the area include: the 15th-century Ross Castle, Torc Waterfall and the ancient ruins of the Innisfallen Abbey, a 7th-century monastery situated on Innisfallen Island.

           

          July is the hottest month in Killarney with an average temperature of 16°C (61°F) and the coldest is January at 7°C (45°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 7 in June. The wettest month is October with an average of 133mm of rain.

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          Regular flights operate between London and Kerry airport serving Killarney, alternatively flights are available throughout the UK to Dublin & Cork followed by a train journey of around 3 hours from Dublin & 90 Minutes from Cork. 

          Another possibility is to hire a car and drive from the nearest airports including Cork & Shannon, driving time from Cork is around 90 minutes and from Shannon is around 2 hours

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