County Cork Transportation

  • Cork Airport
    Cork Airport
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  • Ryanair aircraft on approach to Cork
    Ryanair aircraft on approach to Cork
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County Cork Transportation

  • Buses

    Cork Transportation

    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 Pass valid for 6 - 30 days on all Eireann buses across the country, or the Irish Explorer ticket valid on buses as well as trains. And you don't have...

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  • Driving

    Kinsale Transportation

    The best way to explore Kinsale is to do so by car, and if you're in the Cork area don't forogt to visit this pearl of southern Ireland, and in my opinion one of the best places in Ireland. I liked it alot!

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  • Trains

    Cobh Transportation

    Cork is linked to Cobh by an hourly train service.. Trains start in Cork at Kent Station and also stop at Fota. Travelling time to Cobh is around 25 minutes. The commuter afre applies on that route, regardless of destination you pay 5,00 EUR vor a single ride and 7,70 EUR for a day return ticket (as of early 2013).

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  • Airlines

    Cork Transportation

    Cork is not as well linked to the rest of Europe as Dublin is. The city does however have useful links to some of Europe's larger airports through which you can connect to the rest of the world. Services include Ryanair routes to London/Stansted and several British and Polish airports. Aer Lingus offers links to some European hubs such as...

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  • Trains

    Cork Transportation

    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 one piece. But like they say... they are getting there. In the last few years they have introduced new trains with wheelchair-accessible toilets and...

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  • Ferry

    Cork Transportation

    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 destination early for a full day's sightseeing. The Cork - Swansea car ferry leaves six nights-a-week at 9pm from Ringaskiddy, 8 miles south of Cork....

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  • Walking

    Cork Transportation

    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 the river Lee and up St. Patricks Hill.

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  • By Bus to Cork

    For public transportation, traveling by bus in Ireland is a lot cheaper than traveling by train (even if it does take you that little bit longer).The main bus company throughout Ireland is Bus Eireann. From the bus station in Cork you can find out about specialised tours in the area.The buses are comfortable and any luggage (bigger than hand held -...

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  • the only cablecar in Ireland is going to...

    In Dursey-Island you may use Ireland's only cablecar, at the very end of Beara Peninsula.Check out the time table - as the Island is uninhabited, the owner of the cable car will come and operate it only in the morning and then again in the evening outside the main season. It was funny to see him arrive by car only in order to start the cablecar. I...

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County Cork Hotels

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  • Hayfield Manor Hotel

    While the Hayfield Manor was a tad bit more expensive than we like to spend, one gets what one pays...

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  • Actons Hotel

    I stayed here this past weekend and it was a great experience. The hotel is just across the room...

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  • WatersEdge Hotel

    Yacht Club Quay, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Ashlee Lodge

    Tower, near Cork City, Blarney, County Cork, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa

    I stayed here last week for my brothers wedding and it has to be one of the most beautiful places in...

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  • Springfort Hall Country House

    This hotel is all about location, while the accomodation itself is fabulous, the hotle is situated...

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  • West Cork Hotel

    Ilen Street, Skibbereen, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • The Maritime Hotel and Suites

    The Quay, Bantry, West Cork, Bantry, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Casey's of Baltimore

    Baltimore, Baltimore, County Cork, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

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