Cork Travel Guide

Get all the travel information, advice, reviews, hotels, maps and itineraries you may need when travelling on holiday to Cork as a tourist.

Cork Info

Cork is the second biggest city in the Republic of Ireland with a population of about 190,000 people in the city it is situated on the banks of the River Lee. Cork is a lot more laid back than Dublin, but has a unique appeal to travellers with its Corkonian residents who are very friendly. Don't miss Blarney Castle, Fota Wildlife Park and Arboretum, St. Fin Barre's cathedral and the river Lee.

Hotels in Cork

The Maritime Hotel The Maritime Hotel

Location. The Maritime Hotel is located in Bantry, Ireland, in the west of County Cork. Overlooking ...

The Cork Hotel (formerly Jurys Cork Hotel) The Cork Hotel (formerly Jurys Cork Hotel)

The Jurys Cork Hotel is a large, modern property located on the banks of the picturesque River Lee, ...

Kingsley Hotel Kingsley Hotel

Set on the banks of the majestic River Lee, the Kingsley Hotel is a luxury business hotel one mile f...

Best Western Ambassador Hotel Best Western Ambassador Hotel

With its red brick, Victorian faade, the Best Western Ambassador Hotel in Cork City, Ireland, is cen...

Cork Fast Facts

Country: Ireland
Population: 123000
Time Difference: GMT
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Language Spoken: English
Flight Time from UK: 1 hour
Electricity: 220V AC 50Hz
Plug Type: 3 pin square
Mobile Phone Network: GSM 900
Dialling Country Code: +353
Main Airport: Cork International Airport (ORK)

Weather for Cork

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Temperature: F, C

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Airlines Flying to Cork

Its useful to know which cities the airlines fly to. The following airline fly to Cork.

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