Sitting on the banks of Lough Leane, right at the edge of Killarney National Park, Killarney itself is a charming town, filled with historic buildings and is famous for its horse-drawn carts, which are still used in the town. With a great atmosphere and a reputation for knowing how to enjoy itself, Killarney makes for a lovely little town to spend some time.
However, it is the location of Killarney that is what really sets it apart. Killarney National Park is stunning. Rolling hills tumble down into a valley strewn with still, beautiful lakes, perfectly reflecting the beauty all around them. You will make the most of the National Park by visiting Torc Waterfall, the impressive Muckross House and their spectacular gardens, the Ladies View, and Ross Castle and the colourful town of Kenmare.