Tralee is the county town of Kerry located on the Wild Atlantic Way with all the facilities of a capital town such as historic buildings, spacious parks, superb hotels and restaurants, excellent shopping and evening entertainment. With leading stores lining the town’s main street and a host of bookshops, antiques and craft shops tucked away in old lanes and stylish new arcades, shopping offers a choice in abundance.
In addition to shopping, there is so much to explore in the town centre of Tralee such as Kerry County Museum, Tralee Town Park, Rose Wall of Honour and Siamse Tire to name a few.
Tralee has a number of annual festivals which reflect the history, culture and spirit of Kerry. Tralee is famous for the International Rose of Tralee which has been held annually since 1959. Other annual festivals include the Garden Festival, Tir Na Nog Festival, National Circus Festival and the Kerry Film Festival.