QuadLeo Registered User
#1

I've looked it up on google maps and it says it should take me 4hours to drive to Tralee from Dublin. I'd be leaving Dublin around 6 or 7pm so I shouldn't run into too much traffic. Is 4 hours still a good estimation?

Neadine Registered User
#2

Yeah, 4 hours is about right without traffic.
It usually takes me about 3.5 hours to get from Saggart to just outside Listowel and Tralee is about another 20 - 30 minutes from there.

overexcitedaj Registered User
#3

it depends on where exactly in Dublin you going to. But at night it shouldnt be too bad. Tralee to Dun Laoghaire takes about 3 and a half hours at night.
Last month though i dd make it from Dublin airport to tralee in 3 hous flat.( i know there was no reason to tell ye that and i catually wasnt going like a boy racer.Its just once you geta mooth road which you will at night tbh )

sneem-man Registered User
#4

Just looked at the AA Route Planner,Going from the IFSC to Tralee is a journey of 185 miles and should be done in 4 hours 12 min.That would be a Conservative estimate...

dmeehan Registered User
#5

yeah 4 hours is about right
biggest hold up will be commuter traffic leaving dublin, so the later you leave the better

sheesh Registered User
#6

you might cut it to 3.5 hrs if lucky it is about 180 miles you might be hitting limerick around 9 so traffic will be heavy even with the ring road.

The_Joker Registered User
#7

kfk Registered User
#8

Takes me just over 3 hours at night with no traffic from kylemore rd to tralee. I would be driving quickly but not like a maniac.

Damiano666 Registered User
#9

you need to get out more often, Kerry bog trotter

newman10 Registered User
#10

Damiano666 said:
you need to get out more often, Kerry bog trotter


Read the thread, it asks how long from DUBLIN to KERRY.

Who is the bloody bogtrotter

kerry4sam Moderator
#11

Damiano666 said:
you need to get out more often, Kerry bog trotter


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