Cork

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Cork is Ireland’s second largest city, located on the south coast of Ireland.

Cork lies on the banks of the River Lee, which flows into Lough Mahon and then into Cork Harbour. Cork Harbour is one of the world’s largest harbours. Cobh in Cork harbour is famous for being the last port of call for the RMS Titanic. It didn’t make landfall, as the harbour was too shallow, but it was the last place that the RMS Titanic took on passengers. Cobh is a town in east county Cork.

Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle seen from ground level

 

 

 

There are so many wonderful things to see, and places to visit while you are in Cork. Fota Wildlife Park is one of Corks most visited attractions. Being in the heart of Cork Harbour it’s not like any ordinary zoo, you come face to face with free wandering animals. Each time you visit you will find a different experience and wonderful memories. Just 4 km away from Cork airport you will find Blarney Castle, which has attracted visitors from all over the world, because of the world famous Blarney Stone. The Blarney Stone, also known as “The Stone of Eloquence”, is thought to bring you the gift of the gab when you kiss it.

Cork Opera house is one of Irelands premiere venues for world class entertainment. You will find both Irish and international concerts. Cork is renowned for its wonderful variety of pubs, clubs & places to eat. You will definitely not be short of places to eat & drink whilst visiting Cork. If you are after Irish music in a friendly Irish pub, or dance music in a nightclub. Cork has everything.

Cork Opera House

Cork Opera House at Night

 

 

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