Tralee is the largest town in County Kerry, southwestern Ireland. The town is nestled at the confluence of some small rivers and adjacent to marshy ground at the head of Tralee bay, situated in northern side of the dingle peninsula. It is located at the base of an ancient roadway that heads south over the Slieve Amish Mountains. It is famous for the Rose of Tralee International Festival, which it has hosted annually in August since 1959 . The town is home to Scotia’s grave, which is believed to be the burial place of an Egyptian Pharaoh's daughter. Top places to visit in Tralee are Blennerville windmill, Tralee Town Park, Ardfert Cathedral, Banna Strand, Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre, Kerry county museum, St John's Church and a host of others. Airport transfers help tourists navigate the town easily, while enjoying the highest quality of luxury.
Explore the beautiful town and all its lovely sights with sightseeing tours. Discover the town step by step by making your way through all the town’s scenic trails and enjoy the town’s enchanting landscapes. Enjoy the spectacular views of mountains and the town’s coastal scenery with day trips.
Enjoy a panoramic view of the town, its idyllic setting and picturesque landscapes from the best point possible with helicopter tours. Take advantage of private custom tours for a personal guided experience suited to fit your specific itinerary and budget. One day in Tralee is not enough to view its charming lakes, peaks and spectacular sights. For a full experience of everything Tralee has to offer, tourists are advised to engage in multi-day tours. Tripindicator carefully gathers feedback from credible sources to provide users with accurate guides.