3/5 - Okay
Verified travelerAug 21, 2019
Its not a charming a place as others in Ireland, came from visiting Kilkenny and Cobh which were nicer towns
Explore the historic city of Cork—gourmet restaurants, shopping, and popular sights from Bells of Shandon to Cork City Hall.
Shopping, Dining and Historical Buildings
With its richly decorated façade and opulent interior designs, this mid-19th century cathedral is one of Cork’s most instantly recognizable monuments.
Ring a set of famous bells, admire beautiful stained-glass windows and enjoy panoramic views of Cork at this striking 18th-century church.
Have fun with hands-on science exhibits, visit an interactive theater and learn about Cork’s past while you explore this 400-year-old riverfront castle.
Enjoy picnics on landscaped lawns, visit a city history museum and attend free summer concerts at this attractive riverfront park.
Shop for fresh produce from around the world and sample traditional Cork dishes at this historic food market inside a grand Victorian building.
Experience the harshness of Irish penal life in the 19th century as you wander amid the cells of this architecturally impressive former prison.
Venture out of Dublin for a day spent soaking in the history and scenery of Ireland among the emerald hills of the south. Visit medieval Blarney Castle, explore cosmopolitan, riverside Cork at your leisure, and stop to see the centuries-old structures atop one of Ireland's wonders—the Rock of Cashel.
Join a fabulous trip to the famous Blarney Castle as on your way, you’ll enjoy a panoramic drive of Cork city together with some stunning Irish countryside while your professional English speaking guide will give you some information about the local most meaningful sights.
Book a private professional photographer for a family trip, destination wedding, secret proposal or just a great day. Prices start at 8.
TOUR IN SPANISH Come with us to the south of Ireland to visit some of the most spectacular places that this wonderful island offers. We will visit the impressive Cahir Castle, the picturesque city of Cork and the renowned medieval site of the Rock of Cashel.
Taxi driver speaks English and will stop any time , you wish for caffe or toilet. during transfer, customers can use free wifi. bottled water is also provided. During the trip, customers can admire beauty of Irish countryside.
Explore southern Ireland with a day away from Dublin in County Cork. Hear the history of the famous Blarney Castle and partake in the tradition of kissing the Blarney Stone. Discover Cork’s maritime past as you tour some of the city’s highlights, including the famous harbor and island town of Cobh.
ErottanJul 30, 2019
Good city but not necessarily kid friendly