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Why Choose Cork City

Welcome to Cork

Cork City and County are located in the southwest region of Ireland, with Cork City being the second largest city in the country after Dublin. The county of Cork is the largest county in Ireland, covering an area of over 7,500 square kilometers.

Cork City is situated on the River Lee and is known for its rich history, cultural attractions, and vibrant nightlife. Some of the top attractions in the city include the English Market, St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork City Gaol, and the Crawford Art Gallery.

Outside of the city, County Cork boasts stunning coastal scenery, picturesque towns and villages, and a wealth of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and water sports. The region is also home to several historic sites and landmarks, including the famous Blarney Castle.

Whether you’re interested in history, culture, outdoor adventures, or simply relaxing and enjoying the scenery, Cork City and County offer something for everyone.

Cork’s Attractions

The English Market

English Market
English Market Cork









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Cork Bike Hire have put together a list of places to visit in Cork by yourself on a bike. They highlight some of the best spots in the city and beyond.

Check out the various routes here


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You can download our  “Why Choose Cork City” guide here

Sporting club


Cork City FC: corkcityfc.ie

Neptune Basketball Club Limited: corkbasketball.com

Na Piarsaigh (cork) Gaa Club: napiarsaigh.com

Ballinlough Tennis Club: ballinloughtennisclub.ie

Kimura Judo Club Cork: www.kimurajudoclub.com

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