Its popularity among tourists charming town of Killarney in southwest Ireland owes the stunning beauty of landscapes, pure lake surrounded by mountains. This is one of the oldest styles of Irish tourism — the first idle visitors began to arrive in Killarney for another 250 years ago. Since the tourist infrastructure has developed here the envy of many popular resorts: the town has many accommodation facilities, trendy restaurants and good pubs.
Killarney is considered the starting point of a journey on the famous Irish Ring of Kerry.
To Killarney there are intercity buses from Dublin (6 hours on the road, the price of about 40 EUR), Cork (2 hours and 27 EUR) and Tralee (40 minutes and 10.70 EUR). Also from Cork and Tralee one can arrive by train — in the first case, the journey takes 1.5 hours and the second 45 minutes But from Dublin direct trains there is no need for a transplant in Malloy.