Cork (ORK)
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Is Cork the best place in the world? The locals certainly think so. When you visit Cork the first thing you’ll notice about this breezy, cosmopolitan city in Ireland’s southwest is that it inspires a devotion in its dwellers that no other place can rival.

Sitting proudly on an island in the middle of the River Lee, Cork is a bustling collection of cool coffee shops, vibrant art galleries, unusual museums and seriously good pubs. Despite being a city, there’s a decidedly towny feel here – life is laidback, nothing is too much hassle. Pleasantly compact, friendly, and with a wry sense of humour, Cork does things its own way whether it’s jazz festivals or craft beers.

Fly in to Cork Airport, regular buses make the link to the city. Or fly in to Dublin and let the train take the strain! Alternatively hire a car and spend some time exploring this wonderful county staying in Cork, Galway and Dublin



Cork - Ireland's second City

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