Unit P5, Marina Commercial Park, Centre Park Road, Cork

The world outside Culture Marina



During our internship in Culture Co-Working, we had the opportunity to explore the area. We were split into two teams, each one capturing different kinds of beauty and places that could be of interest. On our stroll along the River Lee, we stumbled upon Lee Rowing Club and were lucky enough to witness some of the rowing boats in action.

A few meters away, we discovered a beautiful and quite calm place where you can enjoy a warm cup of coffee paired with a sweet dessert and a magnificent view of the river.

We also cannot forget the thriving nature that accompanies the path to these places. We all know that one quite popular nickname for Ireland, “The Emerald Isle”, and we must say, it captures the atmosphere perfectly. There is not a single corner that does not glow with green. Every leaf, every blade of grass, even flowers in flowerpots inside your home bloom with a vibrant shade of green.

If you find yourself looking for a place where you can catch up with an old friend over a delicious meal, the Marina Market is to die for. Every stand inside the building offers different types of food – either salty or sweet, whichever you are in the mood for. There is plenty of space outside for you to sit and enjoy a sunny day, but the same goes for the inside where you can hide from any unexpected stormy weather.

Lucie and Valentina





Further reading

South West Ireland

Exploring Ireland: A Young Traveler’s Handbook to Local Culture

An interns experience of Cork

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