City Guide – Cork
Ireland’s second largest city dates back to the seventh century and is actually an island between two channels of the River Lee. Distinctly different from Dublin, Cork is a very “chic” city with meandering streets and a laid back, leisurely pace. Discover the charm of “The Real Capital of Ireland” with its eclectic mix of bars, shops and restaurants.
- A stroll through the city’s charming streets and Saturday market.
- Shopping on South Mall/ Grand Parade.
- A visit to the numerous fishing villages within easy reach of the city.
- A visit to Fota Wildlife Park.
- St Finbarr’s Cathedral on Bishop Street, just up from South Gate Bridge.
- Cork City Jail on Convent Avenue.
- The Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, on Emmet Place.