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2 Nights - Dingle or Killarney?

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A friend and I (both 28 year old women) want to see the Dingle Peninsula this October as part of a week in Ireland. We will be relying on public transportation and like to be independent travelers as much as possible. (Although we know we'll probably be taking some tours.)

Opinion... do we stay in Killarney or Dingle for our two nights? Or is there a reason to do one night in each? We love scenery, pubs, and historical architecture. I would love some advice! Thanks!

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