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Flights to Cork

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Cork Airport

Whether you are looking to grab a bite to eat or shopping for a great deal, Cork Airport has excellent options for passengers both before and after the security. Wi-fi is available throughout Cork Airport and there is also a top class executive lounge. There are two hotels near the airport both of which are fully equipped with meeting rooms facilities.

Transport from Cork Airport

The best options to get from Cork Airport to Cork city centre is by Car, Bus or Taxi. There is no train service directly to the airport. The Airport is located just outside the city so you should be there in about 20 mins depending on traffic.

By car: just 3 miles from Cork City the Airport is located on the south end of the N27 with clear signpost on route.

By bus: Bus Eireann operates a bus service directly from the airport to Cork City every 45 mins. It usually takes around 20 mins.

By Taxi: A taxi rank is located right outside the main terminal and should cost around €13 to the city centre.

Things to do in Cork

Cork is Ireland second largest City and is located at the southern tip of the island or Ireland. The city has a tremendous atmosphere with all the usual Irish "craic & ceol". Whether you are looking to dive into some history or want to taste some of the finest food Ireland has to offer, Cork has it all.

The English Market

"The English Market" is located in the centre of the city and offers visitors amazing local produce. You can pick up anything from artisan breads to freshly caught seafood. Trading since 1788 it's a real heritage site in Cork city and always has a great buzz. A great place for a visitor to grab a coffee and get a feel for the city.

Cork City Gaol

The Irish spelling for "Jail" has both the same meaning and is pronounced the same way. The "Gaol" was initially opened in 1824 and held both male and female prisoners. Although it was reopened in 1993 as a tourist attraction it still holds its spooky atmosphere and is a must see for any history buffs.

Blarney Castle and Blarney Stone

Easily one of Irelands most talked about attractions the Blarney stone is said to give anyone who kisses it the "gift of the gab". Blarney Castle offers visitors a spectacular view of the surrounding countryside as well as dungeons and a excellent gardens.

Fota Wildlife Park

Is a unique family experience that allows animals (as much as possible) to roam free around the grounds. Giraffes roam freely around the central enclosure and lemurs may even join you for lunch! The park is quite large and requires half a day at least to get round.