Departure19 June 2021 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Steeped in history, Ireland's second city is fast gaining a reputation as one of Europe's hippest. Built on islands in the River Lee, the many bridges give the city a continental feel which sites elegantly with the Georgian grandeur of its successful past.
Things to see and do
- Old Midleton Distillery - Visit the world's largest Pot still holding 32,000 gallons of whiskey.
- Cork City Gaol - Experience the sights, sounds and smell of life on the wrong side of the law during the 19th century.
- Crawford Municipal Art Gallery - An elegant former customs house built in 1724, now home to one of Ireland's finest public art collections outside of Dublin.
- St Finbarrel's Cathedral - Its three spires are one of Cork's main landmarks whilst the interior lives up to the beautiful exterior.
- Day trip to Cobh - Visit the idyllic seaside town of Cobh and learn about its fascinating links with Irish emigration and the famous ships that visited its port - including the Titanic. All this with a magnificent Cathedral dominating views of the town.
- Explore the English Market, a covered food market dating from the early 17th century that specialises in tempting local produce such as smoked salmon and ballycotton potatoes.
- A visit to Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone is a must for all visitors to Cork.
- To enjoy a peaceful day away from the bustling city take a train direct to Fota House and Gardens or visit the Fota WIldlife Park...
- Take a trip out to West Cork to experience some fantastic whale & dolphin watching on the Irish Coast. Whales, dolphins, seals and seabirds are often spotted on this coastline of outstanding natural beauty.
Weather in Cork
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Cork