4/5 - Good
Verified traveller20 Mar 2020
The reason I didn’t visit any hotspots because they were closed because of the Coronavirus.
Reviewed on 16 Aug 2020
Reviewed on 13 Sep 2020
Reviewed on 2 Sep 2019
Shop for fresh produce from around the world and sample traditional Cork dishes at this historic food market inside a grand Victorian building.
Experience the harshness of Irish penal life in the 19th century as you wander amid the cells of this architecturally impressive former prison.
Enjoy picnics on landscaped lawns, visit a city history museum and attend free summer concerts at this attractive riverfront park.
Take in views of the River Lee from this 18th-century bridge and wander through Cork’s city center via one of the city’s most historic streets.
Have fun with hands-on science exhibits, visit an interactive theater and learn about Cork’s past while you explore this 400-year-old riverfront castle.
With works by famed painter Jack B. Yeats, this gallery is a superb showcase of Irish and European art from the 16th century to the present day.
Verified traveller29 Dec 2019
Always good to see the relatives in and around the Cork area.