Bus Eireann coaches will take you not only around the city but also to many places all over Ireland. The fares are lower than on trains and you can get special tourist rates. You can get the Open Road... more
In operation in 2006, the new Cork Airport is conveniently located just 8 kilometres from Cork City Centre on the south end.
By bus, 2 options are available:
1. Skylink operates a fast and frequent... more
Finally Irish Rail has moved with the times. The title of this piece is their current by-line which doesn't realy instil confidence in their ability to get you to your destination on time or even in... more
As one of the main shipping harbours in Europe, it seems very appropriate to travel to Cork by ferry. They sail through the night to Swansea, Wales, and Roscoff, Brittany, so you can arrive at your... more
The city of Cork is best explored on foot. The busy shopping centre of Cork is located between St. Patricks Street, Grand Parade and South Mall. Nice walks can be done along the various channels of... more
It's been over a year now since I wrote this page on Cork, my very first page on VT. It's still my most visited page and several people who've read it have now actually been here and sampled the real...
Katherine invites VT members around the world to join a meeting in her home town. So a good excuse to take a break and discover the Irish way of life. The meeting was during the Cork Film Festival......