Located in the south-west of Ireland, in the province of Munster, in the county of Kerry is the charming town of Tralee. It's notably the largest town in County Kerry. It's also the 13th largest urban settlement in Ireland.

It's located at the base of an ancient roadway that heads south over the Slieve Mish Mountains. On this old track there is a large boulder called Scotia's Grave. It's the burial place of an Egyptian Pharaoh's daughter! The town sits at the junction of some small rivers and it also resides next to a marsh at the head of Tralee Bay.

The area is well known for an annual festival held in August called the Rose of Tralee International Festival. The festival takes its inspiration from a nineteenth century ballad about a woman named Mary, whose beauty was so exotic and lovely that she was called The Rose of Tralee. This festival is televised and it's one of the highest viewed shows on Irish television.

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One of the top attractions in Tralee is the Kerry County Museum, which tells the story of the county's past through a fascinating collection of artifacts and exhibits. Visitors can learn about the region's archaeological, social, and cultural heritage, including the history of the famous Rose of Tralee festival.

For those interested in the natural world, Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre is a must-visit. This unique attraction offers visitors the chance to explore the local wetlands and learn about the diverse range of wildlife that call the area home. The centre is also home to a variety of outdoor activities, including kayaking, hiking, and cycling.

In the heart of Tralee town, visitors can enjoy a variety of cultural activities, including traditional music and dance performances, art exhibitions, and theatre productions. The Siamsa Tíre National Folk Theatre is a particular highlight, offering visitors the chance to experience the best of Irish traditional music, song, and dance.

For those looking to explore the great outdoors, Tralee has plenty to offer. The nearby Slieve Mish Mountains offer stunning views over Tralee Bay and the surrounding countryside, while the town itself is home to a number of beautiful parks and gardens, including the award-winning Tralee Town Park.


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