Mini Cruise Ferry to Cork, Ireland
What to do in Cork, Ireland
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Cork is nestled on the southern coast of Ireland and is the second largest city in Ireland. Cork is known for its fondness of music, theatre, dance, film and poetry. The city itself has plenty of places to explore and is awash with a vibrant, sophisticated and diverse culture.
There are plenty of shopping opportunities, including traditional markets, and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants too.
Cork is also home to many large scale industrial businesses thanks to the deep water harbour. Multinational pharmaceutical giants and technology giants have large scale sites in and around Cork.
Cork offers great transport links beyond the city so you'll have plenty to explore in this county. Why not visit Cobh, popular with cruise ship tourists or head towards County Kerry, known for its luscious rolling landscapes.
Book Your Mini Cruise To Cork, Ireland
Looking for a cheap ferry to Cork? The following operate cheap ferry crossings to and from Cork, Ireland. Click on the logos to find out more about where they sail to:
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Cork, Ireland Map
Top Tips For Visiting Cork, Ireland
- You may struggle to visit everything you want to in such a short space of time on a mini-cruise to Cork, Ireland. Consider booking a hotel room when you book your mini-cruise and change a quick getaway into a longer holiday to Cork.
- Consider taking your car or hiring a car to explore Cork at your own pace rather than relying on public transport or taxi drivers
Cork, Ireland Destination Guide Videos
Britney Ferries (Pont-Aven) Departs Cork
This is a video taken by a ferry fan as the Brittany Ferries Pont Aven vessel sails out of Cork port onward bound for Roscoff in France.