Transportation

Though we are perched on the very edge of Europe, the fantastic news is that Ireland is only a flight or ferry away from all major European and UK cities.  In addition, there are plenty of direct flights from the North America too!  Click here for full details.

Killarney, in County Kerry has its very own airport Farranfore Airport with direct service from some European and UK airports. Click here to see full schedule.

Shannon Airport in County Clare is also a major transatlantic hub with daily flights from North America and is just less than a two hour drive by road to reach Killarney.

Cork Airport is 1.5 hours’ drive to Killarney and offers access from both Europe and North America.

If you arrive into Dublin Airport there are many options, such as getting a bus or train to Killarney (it will take about four hours) check out Transport For Ireland for several transport options, or go to Ireland.com for more transportation information. You can also rent a car but remember, in Ireland we drive on the left side of the road!  We’re a small island only 302 miles long and 170 miles wide so everywhere is within a full day’s drive from Dublin