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Jameson Experience in County Cork
"Make you own way to the old Midleton Distillery which is located in Midleton around a 15-minute drive from the city of Cork. Between April and mid-October there is a public bus service from St Patrick’s Quay.Begin by watching an informative video that will introduce you to the story of Jameson. The long-standing brand has been producing Irish whiskey for more than 230 years. After getting up to spe talk a walk through the old distillery in the company of an expert guide. Some of the buildings here date back as far as the late 18th century and although the distillery is no longer functioning much of the equipment and features have been carefully preserved and restored.As you walk through the historical buildings see old kilns
From EUR16.00
 
Blarney Castle and Cork Day Trip from Dublin
"Leaving the city of Dublin behind you'll set off on board a luxury air-conditioned coach and watch the landscape change from Dublin's urban cityscape to the rolling green hills that typify the Irish countryside. Your day trip will drive through several areas of interest including the Galtee Mountains and the Curragh in County Kildare which is home to Ireland's National Stud Farm and is famous as a sporting region.Passing south through County Tipperary your tour will reach Blarney Castle by late morning. This beautiful medieval castle is home to one of Ireland's best loved treasures - the fascinating Blarney Stone
From EUR56.00
 
Cork Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Known as Ireland’s second capital Cork is rich with old historic churches and houses that have been around for hundreds of years. This audio tour will immerse you in its historical quays and pathways that will lead you to its famous St Patrick’s Street it's enchanting English Market and the charming church of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral. You’ll see an abundance of traditional Irish pubs restaurants and hear traditional music as you walk through the magical city of Cork. Be sure to bask in the charismatic lifestyle of the Irish! You will also see the Queen's Old Castle French Church Street the famous Cork Butter Museum
From $20.00

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Scoozis

Tucked down a little side street it looked daunting but with excellent recomendations from the local taxi drivers it was a place we had to check out. It has its normal pizza pastas but we avoided the...
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Eco Restaurant Douglas

u have to book in advance for this one and this is for lunch too as the food is so goodit is more the atmosphere as well , The prices on the menu vary between nite and day , http://www.eco.ie/if u...
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French Church Street / Careys Lane area

General area with great restaurants, offering dishes to suit everyones taste. If you like to ramble around to find a spot, then this is a great area to do so. Here you will find Mexican, Chinese,...
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Poco Loco

Very colourful interior and nice waitresses.The food is delicious- you should try a combination. You can choose between vegetarian, chicken and beef fillings and every combination comes with mexican...
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Strasbourg Goose

Affordable, tasty and plentiful! You only need to eat once a day if you go here. Watch out for the waitresses who will try to make you eat more - keep your head and know when to stop so you won't have...
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Dino's

Dino's is a chain of chip shop's located in Bishopstown, Ballincollig, Douglas, Kinsale and maybe more places. Real chips covered in salt and vinegar yummmmm!! the burgers and chicken is also really...
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Harvey's Cafe & Bistro

Harvey's is located on Academy Street 100 metres from Patrick St and the Chateaux Bars. Open from 8am until 6pm, it serves the best breakfast I had in Cork for about €5. The coffee was excellent and...
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Rearden's

Reardens was the first place we ate in Cork. We received a friendly welcome from the staff and perhaps the best meal of our entire stay in the city. Reardens switches gears in the evening becoming a...
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There are so many restaurants...

There are so many restaurants to choose from there is totally no way I could single just the one out!Many pubs do variety of lunches (including the traditional sunday roast) and most european...
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In Ireland, where else could...

In Ireland, where else could be one's favorite restaurant, but the local pub?I'm thinking of a specific restaurant in Cork, naturally I can't remember the name (if I ever knew it). Duh, Guinness and...
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titanic bar cobh always good...

titanic bar cobh always good for athmosphere and foodeast ferry marina tranquil and refreshingfota golf links for solitude and again good foodtitanic prices you pay according to the popularity of this...
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My favourite restaurants are...

My favourite restaurants are Scoozi's,Luigi Malones,Fellini's.These restaurnats offer a mixture of dishes from fish to pizza and pasta,to burgers.But they are not your average dishes.Mouth...
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Ruen Thai

The best Thai in Cork but for a price! The food is top notch and immaculately prepared but prices are high compared to other Chinese and Thai restaurants. Budget wise, you're looking at around €60 for...
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Jacob's Ladder at the...

Jacob's Ladder at the Watersedge HotelThe restaurant is big with local families for a nice place to dine. It overlooks the bay. It is family run, very friendly service, a separate section for smokers....
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Anderson's Quay, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
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Perrott Avenue, College Road, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
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48 MacCurtain St., Cork, County Cork, Ireland
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Lapps Quay, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
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South Mall, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
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Middle Glanmire Rd, Montenotte, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
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Top Things to Do in Cork

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St Finbarr's Cathedral

Saint Fin Barre came to Cork in 606AD where he founded a monastery on the site of the present Cathedral. He died in Cloyne in 623AD and is said to have been buried in the the graveyard somewhere...
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Blarney Castle

Southwest Ireland is considered one of the most visited regions in Ireland, and anyone passing through there can understand why. This is thanks to the extraordinary combination of monuments, quiet...
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Shopping / Streets / Areas

I forgot all about the English Market until we came upon it wandering around and regrettably we had already had lunch. But I did stop and get a few chocolates from the Chocolate Shop which purchases...
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St Ann's Church

OR commonly known as the North Cathedral, is the seat of the Bishop of Cork and Ross, and the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross. It's another impressive church in Cork,...
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Cork City Gaol

Poverty-related crime in 19th century Ireland became a key issue in the counry's history and is well explained in the former City Gaol. The history of the prison and the building complex is put into...
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Hugenot Quarter

A nice area of Cork which is known for its cafés, bookshops and an alternative style of life. However, you will quickly notice that it is also pretty small, comprising only the three pedestrianised...
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"Cork - The Rebel City"
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"Colourful Corcaigh"
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"First time in Cork - Make A Wish!"
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