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|Cheapest price||$606||From New York to Milltown (Kerry)|
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Flights to Tralee, Ireland from the United Kingdom range from about 1.5h-8h. Because Tralee is in western Ireland and centrally located only a few hours from various cities throughout the UK, the major factor that will affect your flight time will be the number of stopovers you experience and the length of each stopover.
You can enjoy direct flights to Tralee when you depart from London Luton or Stansted airports via Ryanair, with several direct flights available daily. If you’re looking to book flights with the shortest flight times despite having stopovers, your best bet is to depart from Manchester or Birmingham, as these cities both offer single-stop flights to Tralee. If you book a flight with stopovers en route to Tralee, these will most likely happen in cities like London, Birmingham, and/or Dublin.
When your destination is Tralee, you’ll fly into Kerry Airport (KIR), in Milltown, County Kerry, and you can continue on your journey from there. Tralee city centre is about 19.5 km northwest of Kerry Airport, and you have several options to choose when travelling between the two. You can take a taxi from the airport to Tralee for about £28-£40, with a journey time of about 15 minutes. The most affordable way is by bus, with a bus serving Kerry Airport and arriving in Tralee in about 20 minutes, for a total cost of about £4-£11, depending on your precise destination in Tralee. You can also opt to take a Towncar if you prefer to travel in style, which will cost you anywhere from about £28-£110 for a 15-minute journey.
Tralee is one of County Kerry’s most scenic and tranquil towns, making it a popular destination for holidaymakers. While in Tralee, you’ll find that there is plenty to see and do. If you love the outdoors, be sure to visit the Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre, which consists of saltwater and freshwater habitats that visitors can explore via boat ride. You can also hire paddle and rowboats for a romantic sail across the main lake, while a charming café awaits just offshore for tasty refreshments. A more European-style attraction awaits at Ardfert, where Ardfert Cathedral, a 13th-century Roman-style building, still stands and offers guests beautiful architecture, medieval gravestones, and an interior effigy for the viewing. If you’re in the mood to swim, do so at Banna Strand, a lovely Blue Flag beach and considered the finest in Kerry, just northwest of Tralee. Its golden sands, wispy dunes, and vistas of Mount Brandon and Dingle Hills only enhance its beauty.
British citizens travelling to Tralee, Ireland do need a valid passport to enter the country, although a visa is not required.