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Top 18 places to see in Killarney

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Devil's Punch Bowl Full review
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A challenging climb for the hikers : You love this location if you are an experienced hiker, the chances are that by the end of your Ireland trip, you'd be one. The hike is about 800 meters steep and not an easy one, but when you get to the top of it the view is simply spectacular. Ensure you take a quick look on the weather before you decide to visit the place as the hike should not be under-estimated. Devil's punch bowl is an oval…

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Lough Leane Full review
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Spectacular!: An attractive and lovely Lake set against the lush mountains in Killarney National Park. An astonishing spot to take a boat ride while enjoying the tranquillity of the landscape. The castle on the shore offers an incredible journey into Ireland's past.
Lough Leane is largest of the three lakes of Killarney. The River Laune flows from the lake into t… [..]

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Ross Castle Full review
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A Tower House: This Castle is considered the accurate example of the Irish stronghold during the Middle Ages. It was founded around the 15th century and is surrounded by a fortified bawn and circular flanking towers. The castle is adorned with 16th and 17th-century oak furniture. It offers lovely waterfront views across the Killarney’s lower lake.
Ross Castle is a 15th-century tower house and keep on the edge of Lough Leane, in Killarney Nation… [..]

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Shehy Mountain Full review
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Scenic mountains and the humming winds: Shehy mountain is an iconic landmark of Ireland and a must visit too. Surrounded with moorland, forest and small community farm the area has so much to see. There is also a monastery located here that dates back into the history and is considered to be one of the prominent pilgrimage centres. This location is yet another stunner.
The Shehy Mountains are a range of low mountains situated on the border between County Cork and Co… [..]

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O'sullivan's waterfall Full review
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A visit to the cascade in Tomies Wood: We took a walk through the woods to view the lake and was totally a treat to the eyes. On our walk to view the waterfall we spotted lots of deer and also managed to snap some gorgeous pictures along the way. A lovely view and an incredible walk through the forest.

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Carrauntoohil Full review
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Highest Mountain in Ireland: Fascinating thousands of tourists each year, Carrauntoohil is the highest peak in Ireland. The largest town near the mountain is Killarney, which has plenty of affordable accommodation, eateries, supermarkets, and shopping center. The unpredictable weather makes climbing to the summit an adventurous journey.
Carrauntoohil is the highest peak on the island of Ireland. Located in County Kerry, Ireland it is… [..]

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Gap of Dunloe Full review
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The walk and the view was worth it! : We couldn't stop but take pictures of this impressive landscape and take a pony ride. We were told that this location looks different in every weather. The ride was fun and so was the hike, all worth it for the scenic location. The mountains, the colourful valley, a visit here is a must. Be mindful that this place might get a little crowded.
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Killarney National Park Full review
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A beautiful Spectacle.: The unique combination of mountains, lakes, woodlands and waterfalls makes the Killarney National Park an extraordinary panoramic sight. The major attraction is Muckross House and Gardens. This 19th-century palace has a treasure trove of beautiful furnishings and artefacts of the same period. The Park has also been designated in 1981 as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
Killarney National Park , near the town of Killarney, County Kerry, was the first national park in … [..]

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The heights of Aghadoe Full review
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Majestic Hotel: Overlooking Killarney Lakes with spectacular scenes of the majestic Kerry mountains, Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa boasts one of the most magnificent sights in Killarney. It is a chic modern hotel, offering deluxe five-star luxury together with Ireland's most celebrated Resort Spa.

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Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farm Full review
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Ireland's National Park: Muckross House, Gardens, and Traditional Farms serve as the focal point of Killarney National Park. It is the oldest National Park in Ireland and includes the world-renowned Lakes of Killarney. Adding to the beauty are the mountains and woodlands that surround them. Major attractions include a Traditional Farm, a craft shop and a Garden Restaurant.
Muckross House is located on the small Muckross Peninsula between Muckross Lake and Lough Leane, t… [..]

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Ladies View Full review
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Spectacular!: Ladies View, located in the heart of Killarney National Park, is one of the most famous panoramas in Ireland. It was given its name because of the delight showed by Queen Victoria's Ladies-in-Waiting when they visited it in 1861. Experience the charm of this place and visit the Gift Shop with the largest selection of gifts in the town.
Ladies View is a scenic point along the N71 portion of the Ring of Kerry, in Killarney National Par… [..]

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Seafari, eco-nature and seal watching Full review

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O'Sullivans Cascade Full review
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Beautiful Waterfall: O’Sullivan’s Cascade is a stunning waterfall located near the wild oak Tomies Wood. According to a legend, this waterfall once ran with whiskey instead of water; unfortunately, when the English attacked Ireland, it changed into water. It is the part of a spectacular series of waterfalls that run through the Tomies Wood.

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Torc Waterfall Full review
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A satisfying treat to your eyes, Torc Waterfall : We visited the waterfalls as a part of our Ring of Kerry trip and it was worth the view. A short trail that leads you up to the scenic views of the waterfall. The route is clearly marked with signboards along the way through Killarney National Park. This was another one of our favourite picture spots. Highly recommended if you are taking Kerry tour.
Torc Waterfall is a waterfall at the base of Torc Mountain, about 5 miles from Killarney in Count… [..]

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Bonane Heritage Park
Bonane Heritage Park is an archaeological preserve near Kenmare, Ireland. The p…
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Kenmare Heritage Centre
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Innisfallen Island
Travel picture of Innisfallen Island Innisfallen or Inishfallen is an island in Lough Leane; one of the three Lakes…
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Upper Lake
Upper Lake may refer to: Populated places Upper Lake, California, a census-desi…
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