Ryanair flights from Alicante to Tralee

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  • General information

    Official language: Irish, English
    Time zone: UTC+1 (summer), UTC+0 (winter)
    Currency: Euro (EUR)

  • A city by the river

    In Irish, the name from which Tralee was later created is Trá Lí or, more formally, Tráigh Lí. It literally means a city standing on the river (in the aforementioned language – lee).

  • Meeting with art

    If you are interested in Ireland's indigenous culture, you'll have a real treat at Tralee. There is Siamsa Tíre, a theatre where you can see traditional Irish art!

  • For amateurs of good food

    For several years in Tralee, on the fourth weekend of September, the Food Festival takes place. You can taste the world's cuisine as well as regional beers and products straight from their producers.

What’s worth seeing in Tralee?

Tralee is a city located in the south-west of Ireland, in County Kerry. It is located on the Dingle peninsula, which is the westernmost point of the country. The most popular element of the city's culture is Rose of Tralee International Festival, which has been held for nearly sixty years.

The Rose Tralee Festival takes place annually in August. During the celebrations, a young girl of Irish descent is chosen who receives the title rose. She becomes a kind of ambassador of the city and region, and should be characterized by aspirations, ambition and social responsibility. In addition to the election, there are many events in the city, concerts, parades, fairs and fireworks shows.

If you are a fan of these flowers, you will certainly be interested in the fact that they play a significant role not only at the time of the festival. In Tralee, there is a city park, where not only the mentioned event takes place, but in which there was established a rose garden with more than five thousand types of roses. It is worth visiting it especially at the time of their flowering, when it looks the most beautiful.

Hungry? In Tralee, although it is not a big city, you'll find a lot of places to go. Among the restaurants offering Irish cuisine, very popular are, for instance: CROI at 9 Dominic Street, No. 4 on the Square at 4 The Square or Kirby's Brogue Inn on Rock Street. If you want to eat something quickly and you like seafood, be sure to check out the Quinlans Seafood Bar at 2 The Mall.

Tralee is located at the bay of the same name, which is part of the Atlantic Ocean, and to which inflows several small rivers. There is a nature reservation, including beautiful beaches, dunes and lagoons. You can visit them by boat, during one of the many organized trips. One of the most interesting things is the bird sanctuary, located on the island of Derrymore.

Useful information about airports

Alicante Tralee