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Cork Tourist Information

Cork City is the 2nd city in the republic with a population of just under 120,000. Set on an Island in the river Lee Cork or in Irish "Corcaigh" means marsh or wetland.

Easily accessible Cork boasts a new and improved airport  which offers greater flexibility and choice to its commuters and tourists. Excellent public transport by road, rail and ferry allows for easy navigation into and out of the city. The Cork City tour bus operates daily from March and gives you a snapshot of what the city has to offer.

The impressive ornate French Gothic spires of Saint Finbarre's Cathedral is a beautiful building and a must see. Saint Anne's Church built in the 18th Century offers panoramic views of the city and it is from here where you can ring the famous Shandon bells. Cork is renowned for its vibrant cultural scene and cutting edge theatres. Crawford Art Gallery offers over 2000 works ranging from 18th century Irish and European paintings to modern day emerging local artists. Cork hosts a wide variety of world class festivals each year ranging from Jazz to folk, literary and film.  The purpose built opera house host national and international performances throughout the year ranging from ballet to comedy, drama and a wide variety of concerts.

Known the world over for their friendliness and warmth the "Corkonians" create an electric atmosphere in the city that makes you feel truly welcome. With active colleges and universities attended by thousands each year the city has a young and modern feel!  Live music and a host of pubs, clubs and trendy wine bars means the city is buzzing at night

Cork is renowned for its culinary flair and offers a wide selection of restaurants to meet all tastes and budgets. The English market is a great place to roam and with 42 different traders it is truly a multi-cultural experience not to be missed!

Once you've unleashed the best of the city you'll be hungry for more! Discover the surrounding countryside to visit the breathtaking views of the rolling green hills and mesmerizing coastline. Small heritage towns of Kinsale and Skibbereen in the west are renowned for their excellent leisure facilities including yachting, deep sea fishing and golf courses.

To the east of the city the harbour town of Cobh provides a facility for visitors to research local history and search for their ancestors.

The town of Blarney to the north is famous for its Castle and millions of visitors have visited to kiss the Blarney Stone which as legend has it will give you the "gift of the gab".

The people of Cork are known for their welcoming nature, so don't pass up the opportunity to venture into the spirit of the South. Contact CityLocal Cork today to find out more about what the "real capital" has to offer you!

Cork Attractions:

Cork Vision Centre @ St Peter's, The English Market, Cork Butter Museum, St Anne's Church, Cork City Gaol Heritage Centre, Cork Public Museum, Lifetime Lab, Blackrock Castle Observatory 

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