It is with regret the Toastmasters Killarney 2020 Conference is cancelled due to the Coronavirus
All participants who have signed up will be refunded.
How to get to Killarney
Killarney, Co. Kerry in the South West of Ireland is serviced by three international and one regional airport. The region can be easily reached by air, train, bus or car. Offering a scenic journey whichever way you travel.
Ireland is ideally located on the edge of Europe. The capital city of Dublin is less than an hour from London by air. Getting to and from Ireland has never been easier or more affordable.
There are daily direct flights to Ireland from a wide range of cities in the UK.
County Kerry is served by two major, low-cost, national airlines; Ryanair and Aer Lingus as well as dozens of international carriers, and is well connected to international airports in Dublin, Cork and Shannon. The regional Airport is Kerry Airport in Farranfore.
The national rail network, Irish Rail, services Killarney and Tralee at regular intervals throughout the day.
- Departure choices for Cork, Limerick and Dublin
- First train leaves early morning. Last train approx. 19:30
- In Killarney, the railway station is located directly in the centre of town. The Gleneagle Hotel is only a few minutes’ drive away.
- Walking from Killarney Railway Station to the Glenaegle Hotel will take you about 30 minutes
Ireland has an excellent road network with additions of motorways in recent years reducing the travel time from all major cities in Ireland to Killarney.
- Fishguard or Pembroke to Rosslare
- Holyhead to Dublin
- Driving from Rosslare or Dublin to The Gleneagle, Muckross Road, Killarney will take just over 4 hours