Getting to the City Cork Airport or Aerfort Chorcai (ORK) is located around 7 kilometres south of the Cork city centre. Getting to the city from the airport has several options that includes coach service and taxi. Bus stop is located outside the terminal building. Bus Eireann operates coach service (line 226/226A) between the airport… Read the full article
Cork Travel Guide You Need At Every Step
The biggest county of Ireland is part of the wild Atlantic way and the ancient Irish eastern way amalgamating adventure and culture in a perfect bottle. Uncork it to find miles of coastline, gastronomic hubs, castles and walks and endless lists of protected origin foods that have originated here.
The city Cork presides over the county with its loyal legion of citizens who think that it’s the best place in the world to live. While the architecture of St. Fin Barres Anglican cathedral and the City gaol and the Elizabeth Fort are wonderful, what will take your attention is the aura of enterprise and awareness that Cork has…a visit to the Nano Nagle’s place will tell you why.
Browse through the exceptional Crawford art gallery and the exceptionally designed Glucksman centre and then pop in to the bevy of standalone boutiques that will claim your heart and wallet. Wander into pubs that reject the Guinness and serve Beamy proudly from taps and into bars that unabashedly prefer Irish country music over modern club mix. And then you will begin to understand the speciality of the place; Cork is unabashedly Cork and it has no wish to emulate anyone.
Buy a leap card and use the city buses freely or use the Carma app to carpool your way around the city. Shop for cheese, chocolates and fresh produce from the famed English market and feast at some of Ireland’s best restaurants here. The meat loving Irish cuisine is beautifully made vegan in many of them…Cork has a bottle of good time for everyone.
Read through our detailed Cork guide to know more. Here is a great article to explore Cork: Secrets of tourism in Cork, Ireland
The fact that people living in Cork think that it’s the best place in the world may be a little hard to digest. However, once you look deeply into the city and indeed the whole county…you might just end up joining the same club. Cork sits on an island that’s right in the middle of… Read the full article