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Seen as Ireland’s second city, Cork in the South West of the country is a brilliant city which alongside its extremely welcoming spirit, offers a wealth of history, culture and outdoor activities to keep you intrigued.

Known for

  • English Market – Seen as one of the best covered food markets in the UK and Ireland, the market has a well-established part of the city’s history trading since 1788.
  • Its Many Bridges – Don’t be surprised if you cross countless bridges as you explore this superb Irish city as it spans both channels of the River Lee.
  • A Cultural Hub of Ireland – With an abundance of history, welcoming pubs and a traditional music scene, Cork will give you a fantastic taste of Ireland.
  • Blarney Stone – Ensure you visit the Blarney Castle to find this iconic stone, which if legend has it anyone who gives it a kiss will be granted ‘the gift of the gab’.

Weekly Flight Guide

Summer schedule from April to October. Winter schedule from November to March.

Cork is a city steeped in history so be sure to discover its many great churches and treasures. Marvel at the beautiful stained glass and mosaics of the 14th century St. Fin Barre's Cathedral or why not climb the Shandon Tower in St Anne’s Church to see not only the ancient bells but also get superb views across the city. If you are a bit of a foodie then you will love to wander around the much loved English Market which is bursting with great stalls offering high quality local and imported produce as well as a restaurant and café to sample some of the great food on offer here.

From the Cork City Gaol to the Cork Public Museum, the city has an abundance of great museums so you are sure to find something to suit every taste. Furthermore not far from the city is the CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory which offers visitors not only a tour of the castle but also a highly interesting science centre and an award winning interactive astronomy exhibition.

Again, venture out of the city to the Blarney Castle where you can not only discover the Blarney stone but also roam around this fantastic castle and its grounds complete with waterfalls, poison garden and lake walk. Another favourite is the Fota Wildlife Park, an impressive, not-for-profit Wildlife Park focused on conservation which boasts a large variety of wildlife from giraffes, red pandas, kangaroos and more.

Flight operators

Aer Lingus (Stobart Air)

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* prices based on cheapest quotes made in throughout 2018