Midleton

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Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is situated roughly 130 miles northeast of Midleton.

While you're in the area, Blarney is recommended if you want to learn more about the region, being just 17 miles from Midleton. The Blarney Stone and Blarney Castle are a number of the important tourist attractions here.

Let's face it, children can be absolutely exhausting! Fortunately, they're not allowed in the Jameson Experience, but you are.

Be on tenterhooks while experiencing a match at Pairc Ui Rinn in Cork, home ground of the Cork GAA and the Cork GAA. If you're a diehard fan of Gaelic football, then this is just the place for you.

Watch out for the rough and avoid the bunkers at Midleton's golf courses, like the Water Rock Golf Course.

When you are traveling in the area, visit Cobh. It is 6 miles away from Midleton, and is where you can see the Cobh Heritage Centre and Cobh Cathedral. If you feel like seeing even more of this part of the country, go to Fota and have a look at Fota Wildlife Park and the Fota House Arboretum and Gardens, about 6 miles away from Midleton.

Rent a vehicle and pay a visit to Cork City Centre, a regional center just 13 miles to the west of Midleton. This area boasts several tourist attractions, including Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Bridge and Nano Nagle Bridge. Don't hit the road without having also seen Saint Francis Church and the Savoy Theatre.

To really gain a further understanding of Cork, be sure to stop at the cafés and restaurants. These are fabulous spots to get to know local residents and try popular dishes.

Nothing in this world tastes as good as locally sourced ingredients. You'll soon discover that mutton and pork are prized ingredients in the region.

Why not try Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) or drisheen (blood sausage)? Both specialties are well-known in the area.

Finish off with sweet seedcake loaf, a local dessert.

Take some time away from travel to put up your feet, unwind and treat your tastebuds with Murphy’s Irish Stout, a classic drink amongst the locals here.

For an authentic local experience, have a taste of Club Orange (similar to Fanta), a great non-alcoholic option.

The world is a book and those who don't spend time traveling remain on the same page, day after day after day. When it's time to drag yourself away from Midleton, you can rest easy knowing that the many precious memories you have will be part of you for a lifetime.

Don't worry about missing your flight. Just remember that the closest airport is 14 miles away.

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