"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
Skip the Line: The Queenstown Story Tour at Cobh Heritage Centre
"The Queenstown Story is a very emotive interesting and educational experience. It tells the story of Cobh's history and legacy dealing with events in Irish and world history that have a close connection with Cobh. The main theme is the story of Irish Emigration how and why it happened and how it still stirs emotion with descendants of those people. The story of how Irish men women and children were sent as convicts to Australia and the conditions they had to endure. Cobh has one of the finest nartural harbors in the world and therefore the exhibition has a maritime theme also and it recalls the close association between Cobh"""A very moving and interesting exhibition that will leave the visitor with an emotional and memorable experience. The exhibition deals with the story of Irish emigration in its various forms- voluntary indentured servitude and forced labor- and the conditions that these emigrants had to deal with. The Great Famine which had a profound effect on the Irish people and left a lasting legacy on this country will also covered. The transportation of convicts
"Departing from Dublin Heuston Station you'll catch the train to Cork (full breakfast service available onboard). From Cork you'll travel by coach to the famous Blarney Castle. There will be time here for you to kiss the famous stone and thus acquire the gift of eternal eloquence. Enjoy some free time for shopping and lunch in the village of Blarney before returning to Cork f"""No visit to Ireland is complete without a visit to Blarney Castle! On this full-day trip from Dublin you'll kiss the famous Blarney Stone walk through the castle grounds and hear the moving story of Ireland's emigrants at the Queenstown Story in Cobh. Traveling by train and coach you'll take a journey through Ireland's rich history and scenic countryside."
This 2000BC old dolmen has two capstones and covers a the rectangular chamber.Fron Waterford town the R675 runs south to Tramore bay,a mainor road on the right leads in 4km to doimen. (signposted)Here...