Tralee is served by Kerry Airport in Farranfore which has regular flights to Frankfurt-Hahn, London Stansted, London Luton, and Dublin.
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Tralee is also served by a Bus Station and a Train Station, both located on the John Joe Sheehy Road. Both stations have regular buses and trains to Dublin, Cork, Limerick and almost any other place you wish to visit in Ireland.
Here are other routes to utilize as well:
You could walk around the town on foot. Tralee itself is a historic town with Georgian streets and a mix of modern buildings for a tourist, as well as its location among some of the most beautiful places in Ireland.
Tralee is also served by the local Town's People's Bus which has stops throughout the town centre and serves all of the town and most of its suburbs.
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 - just off the Town Park.
Dominican Church - Prince's Street.
Court House - Ashe Street.
Kerry County Museum - Near the town park on Denny Street.
Aqua Dome - Ballyard Road - off Dingle Road.
The Blennerville Windmill - Blennervile.
Siamsa Tíre - Ireland's National Folk Theatre - Located in the Town Park.
St. John's Church of Ireland - Ashe Street.
Manor West Retail Park - Killarney Road.
Tralee Shopping Centre - Rock Street.
Yummy Cafe - Dominick St was voted Irelands Best Family Restaurant in 2018 and Serves a wide range of food to satisfy anyone's fancy!
Finnegan's Restaurant - Denny St. More expensive than a lot of the restaurants in town but you get what you pay for here. Fantastic selection of meats and fish with fresh vegetables every evening.
The Green Rooster - Pembroke St. A favourite among locals. Serves fast food in their own way. Their homemade chips are known to be the nicest in Kerry.
Rose Garden - Rock St. Chinese Restaurant. Their General Tso's Chicken should be tried.
Ray's Loaded Lunches - Rock St. Serves mostly traditional Irish cuisine. Everything here is homemade and delicious. Open until 6PM.
The Grand Hotel - Denny St. Serves an array of foods to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Has two restaurants, the Pikeman Bar and their main dining restaurant.
Bella Bia - Ivy Terrace. Serves a mixture of Italian and Traditional Irish Cuisine. Reservations might be required.
La Scala - The Square. Serves a mixture of Italian and Traditional Irish Cuisine.
Pizza Time - The Square. Serves handmade, fresh-dough pizzas.
MJ's - Clash. Styled on a 1950's diner, MJ's serves home-made burgers, chips and many others.
Gally's - Ballyseedy. Serves traditional Irish cuisine. Busy on Sundays.
Croi - Dominick St. is a fine dining experience where the chefs use locally sourced and foraged produce.
Roundy's Pub - just across from the Abbey Gate Hotel. A delightful, cozy little pub with music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night.
The Abbey Inn - The only bar in Tralee that has a late licence (Open until 2am) 7 nights a week. Has a nightclub upstairs, open Fridays and Saturdays but there are usually more people dancing downstairs which is a nightclub in it's own right.
An Chearnóg - The Square. Lovely little traditional pub. Occasionally has live music and is reputed to have the best pint of Guinness in town.
An Teach Beag - The Mall. Traditional pub with live music most nights. Very lively atmosphere and friendly staff.
The Ballymac Bar - Boherbue. Small, old-fashioned pub. Don't be thrown off by the look of the place, this pub is home to some of the friendliest staff and clientele in Tralee. They also boast a Snooker hall upstairs with 6 full sized, professional snooker tables.
The Four Seasons - Castle St. Usually only has 4 or 5 people in at one time but gives a homely atmosphere. Friendly clientele who will often regail you with a story or anecdote, if you don't mind that sort of thing.
Kirby's Brogue Inn - Rock St. An institution in Tralee. The Brogue is probably the most famous bar in town. Known as the place to be during the Rose of Tralee festival, it has live music on Fridays and Saturdays.
Sean Óg's - Bridge Street. Lovely traditional pub. Live music most nights. Can get very busy on Saturday nights, so getting in early is advised.
Horans Nightclub - Clash. Open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Usually quiet, but its Thursday student nights held for the people of Tralee IT are known to be legendary.
Hennessy's - Castle St. Lively bar with a good atmosphere. Three different bars within the building depending on what you're in the mood for. Boasts Tralee's liveliest smoking area.
The Blasket - Castle St. Lively pub spread across three floors. Live music on Fridays and Saturdays.
Bailey's Corner - Castle St. Recently moved to this new premises. Known to have the friendliest clientele in Tralee. Live music most nights.
Tralee Earns Purple Flag Status
TRALEE has been awarded the Purple Flag which confirms the commitment to ensuring that Kerry’s capital town has a safe, vibrant and well-managed Night Time Economy. The aim of the Purple Flag is to increase footfall into town centres, lower crime and improve the night time experience.
Tralee is Ireland’s Best Large Tourism Town, a Gold Medal Winner in the European Entente Florale Competition and a six-time Gold Medal Winner in the Tidy Towns Competition. There are a number of Blue Flag Beaches within 10 minutes of the town centre and now the Purple Flag accreditation to Tralee will strengthen the town’s as Ireland’s premier town in which to live, work and visit.