Cork tourist and travel information

Cork Travel Information

Travel Information Cork City is Ireland's third city and has always been an important seaport. It began on an island in the estuary of the River Lee and gradually climbed up the steep banks on either side. Today the river flows through Cork city in two main channels, so that you find yourself constantly crossing bridges.

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bus and coach travel

Coaches Travel by coach in Ireland - For buses in the Republic of Ireland see www.eurolines.com or www.buseireann.ie (with the exception of Dublin City - see www.dublinbus.ie). For Cross border services see www.ulsterbus.co.uk/atulsterbus.asp. For buses in Northern Ireland see www.eurolines.com or www.translink.co.uk. Translink operate the Northern Ireland public transport system. In Belfast, services are operated by Metro. See www.ulsterbus.co.uk/Metro.asp Local buses - Butlers Buses Ltd, Brookvale, Cobh, Co. Cork, Ireland. Tel: + 353 (0)21 4811660. Bus tours and coach hire in Cork.

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Travel by train

Rail Cork Travel by train - For trains in the Republic of Ireland see www.irishrail.ie. For trains in Northern Ireland see www.nirailways.co.uk or www.translink.co.uk. Translink operate the Northern Ireland public transport system.

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www.nationalrail.co.uk Cork Station, Kent Station, Lower Glanmire Road, Cork. Location: Station is located 10 minutes from Cork City centre. Tel: 021-4506766. Staffed. Booking Office. Shop. Vending Machine. Taxis. Accessible Toilet. Wheelchair Available.

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Airport Cork Airport. Tel: +353 21 4313131. Cork Airport is located about 5 miles to the south of Cork City, just off the N27. Internal Flights, Flights to the UK, and to mainland Europe.

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Ferries - Cork Cork - Ferries - Custom House Street, Cork, Ireland. Tel: +353 21 4273125. Cork Ferryport is connected to Cork City by the N28, located near Ringaskiddy, about 10 miles south of Cork City. Ferry service to Swansea, Scandinavia, the Mediterranean and West Africia.

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Sport

Sport Cork - Sport - Cork Golf Club, Little Island, Co. Cork. About 5 miles east of Cork city, off the N25.

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Sport Cork - Sport - Cork City FC, Turners Cross Stadium, Curragh Road, Cork. Tel: 021 4222244.

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Shopping

Stores Cork - Shopping - Marks & Spencer, Merchant Quay Development, 6-8 Patrick Street, County Cork, Republic Of Ireland. Tel: 00 353 21 427 5555. Shops in Cork include Benetton, The Body Shop, Boots Chemists, Laura Ashley, Marks & Spencers, Tesco, Waterstones. Wilton Shopping Centre, Leslie's Cross, Wilton. Tel: 021 454 6944.

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Entertainment

Entertainment Cork - Entertainment and attractions - St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Bishop Street, Cork City. Tel: +353 (0)21 4963387. St. Fin Barre's Cathedral is one of the most beautiful and interesting buildings to be found in the whole country. Location: In the centre of Cork. The Red Abbey Tower is the oldest piece of architecture in the city. Location: In the centre of Cork.

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Other information Cork - Other information - Cork Public Museum and Fitzgerald Park. Cork Public Museum is located inside Fitzgerald Park along the Mardyke on the western side of the city. It has a good display on Cork’s role in the War of Independence and has a number of interesting archaeological exhibits. Tel (021)4270697. Location: In the centre of Cork.

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