Killarney , County Kerry
This small country town has boomed since the 19th century , when tourists magnificent environs. Its most distinguished building is the 19th century Cathedral of St. Mary , built to a design by Alexander Pugin. The National Museum of Irish Transport is a must see attraction. The 14th century Ross Castle , the last stronghold in Munster to surrender to Cromwellian forces , on the Ross road is accessible by foot from the town or via the main path of the Knockreer estate. Boat excursions depart from here for tours of Lough Leane and a visit to Inishfallen Island and O’Sullivan’s Cascade , a picturesque hidden waterfall in Tomey’s Wood , which is almost fairy-like.
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