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Killarney National Park

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ADMIRE THIS BIOSPHERE WITH RUGGED MOUNTAINS

Killarney National Park is one of the six national parks in Ireland. Located in the southwest of Ireland, it is a worthwhile stop as it encompasses some amazing sights and attractions.

You could first stop at the town of Killarney, to the north, before continuing crossing the bridge into the park itself. This area of natural beauty attracts many visitors who are on the Ring of Kerry scenic drive.

Killarney National Park is renowned for its rugged mountainous landscape, especially as you can find the highest mountain range in Ireland, McGillycuddy’s Reeks, in the region.

The park’s other highlights include a trove of lakes, woodland-covered slopes, and stunning waterfalls.

It was declared a national park back in 1932. UNESCO further recognised the area’s riches when they designated the area as a Biosphere Reserve in 1981.

One of the important highlights of the park is the 19th-century Muckross House, a stunning Victorian mansion that attracts visitors all year long.

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