The best hotels in Killarney

The best hotels in Killarney

Most cities, towns or villages in Ireland have at least some appeal to tourists, even if they're not even trying to attract visitors. In Killarney's case, however, every little thing that you think like was made to feel you good, probably was made to feel you good. For over two centuries, Killarney has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland, thanks to the postcard perfect scenery surrounding it (the famed Ring of Kerry, Killarney National Park), and the tidy and picture... [ read more ]

Top 5 pubs you need to visit in Killarney

Top 5 pubs you need to visit in Killarney

When somebody visits Killarney, they never only visit Killarney. The magnificent Ring of Kerry, Killarney National Park, Ross Castle and Muckross Abbey come as a sort of a package deal, and you can hardly visit one without seeing the others as well. Another thing that you can be sure of when you visit Killarney (in addition to the fact that you can never get bored) is that you can fulfill your wildest pub-crawl dreams. With over 50 pubs, a large number for such a small city, there is a great... [ read more ]

The best tourist attractions in Killarney

The best tourist attractions in Killarney

Killarney is one lucky town, any way you look at it. It is a stone's throw away from Killarney National Park, an amazing nature reserve. It is also located on the scenic drive of the Ring of Kerry, so people will stop and visit Killarney even if only on principle. And finally, Killarney is really one of the most beautiful little towns in Ireland, with its 19th century style buildings and narrow lanes, where even plastic shop signs have been banned so as not to ruin to overall look of the town. S... [ read more ]

The biggest hurling stadiums in Ireland

The biggest hurling stadiums in Ireland

Many countries in the world have a more or less official national sport - in the case of the US, there's American football, ice hockey in Canada or kabaddi in India. These sports are an integral part of the country's culture, and if you really want to know a culture well, then you have to check up on its national sport too. In Ireland, the national sport is hurling, a game that has an ancient Gaelic origin, and whose popularity in Ireland can hardly be surpassed by any other sport. Hurling i... [ read more ]