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Desk In Arrivals Hall, Kerry Airport, Farnhore (meet & Greet Service), Killarney, Kerry (Ireland)
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International Hotel, Kenmare Street, Killarney
International Hotel, Kenmare Street, Killarney
Tralee (15.5 km)
John Joe Sheehy Road, Tralee, V92 R583, M

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With a rental car the optimal opportunity to visit County Kerry in southwest of Ireland and enjoy the many attractions and the surrounding landscapes of the region offers. The nature around Kerry consists to a large extent of the Atlantic coast. A large number of small picturesque bays, peninsulas, and Islands has shaped the landscape view of the area and its typical character that gives Kerry. Carrauntoohil, is located in the Interior of most mountain of Ireland. If you choose a sightseeing tour with a rental car, all car hire companies that you have selected is of available are on the ground.

Car hire Kerry airport

If you arrive by plane, Kerry International Airport offers the service of all major car hire companies, so that you easily can rent a car itself after landing. The airport is located about twenty kilometres south of Tralee, the capital of Kerry. In addition to regular domestic flights, flights to international destinations like Barcelona, London, Manchester and Hamburg are available.

The story of Kerry

The first settlements were erected in the field, on the County Kerry is now, go back to the bronze age around 2500 BC. From the 5th century, Christianity was introduced into the region. Many monasteries, churches and religious sites were built during the following period. Some remnants and ruins of these old buildings can be seen even today. To at the most visited and thus the two monasteries of Kilmalkedar and Ardfert and the island of Skelling Michael are also known. In the period between the 13th and the 16th century, the county system in the region was finally introduced and established.

Attractions in Kerry

A large number of interesting and historical attractions and sights attracts many tourists to Kerry and the surrounding area each year. The town of Killarney is the cultural and tourist centre of Kerry. Attractions include amongst many monuments such as the Cahergal, Dunbeg, Gallarus oratory and the staigue stone fort. But the many small peninsulas and Islands play an important role in the history of Kerry. Located on the Iveragh peninsula is the famous ring of Kerry, a beautiful scenic coastal road with a length of over 170 metres, and the Macgillycuddy's reeks, a majestic mountain range that stretches across the entire island.

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