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Travel to Cork

Maybe that's why Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II popped in to see us in 2011! or maybe it was because Cork is the 'Food Capital of Ireland', whatever the reason getting to Cork from the UK now couldn't be easier. With up to 19 flights a day from the UK and an average travel time of approximately 1 hour isn't it about time you experienced a different side to the island of Ireland, especially with the new 6,000-seater Cork Events Centre coming on stream in the coming years.

When choosing your next convention centre or conference venue in Ireland, consider the following benefits that Cork can offer:

'Cork is at the top of its game right now: sophisticated, vibrant and diverse, while still retaining its friendliness, relaxed charm and quick-fire wit.' Lonely Planet Best in Travel

  • 1100km of Coastline
  • Kiss the Blarney Stone
  • Ballymaloe Cookery School
  • Titanic Cobh
  • Old Head of Kinsale Golf Course
  • World's Oldest Yacht Club

Whichever way you choose to travel to Cork, whatever your mode of transport we have the information you need:

  • Getting to Cork by Air
  • Getting to Cork by Train
  • Getting to Cork by Ferry
  • Getting to Cork by Car
  • Getting to Cork by Bus

Cork Airport

Cork Airport Information: DeparturesArrivals

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Worldwide Routes from Cork Airport

Cork Airport Route Map and Destinations 2017


Download the details of Cork Airport's route network, covering 38 destinations across 11 countries, via the link below:

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