Cork is the second largest city in Ireland (after Dublin of course) and is located in county Cork in the southwestern coastal area of the country. It has about 125,000 people living in the city proper but around 400,000 in the greater metropolitan area.
From the Cork Travel Guide
The house is really impressive. A lot of character and taste in this place. The people welcoming us were really nice and available. The room was clean and quiet. The breakfast was wonderful with home-made juices, lots of choices in cereals, yoghurt, breads... A really peaceful time, perfect to rest! ... more
it's a very nice place close to the Blarney Castle, people are very nice. and very easy to find. ... more
The Windsor Hotel is perfectly situated close to the bus and rail stations and the City Centre. Whilst a little shabby the room was very clean and bright and the room was cleaned each day and towels were changed. The breakfast was one of the best I have had anywhere. The staff were very pleasant and keen to please. ... more
Scotland or Ireland?? HELP!
. Ideally we would be flying into either cork, Ireland or edinburgh Scotland and would like to split our ...
8 days road trip in Ireland. Suggestions pleaseeeee :-)
we are planning. We'll be staying nites each at Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Shannon. ...
Aran Islands and the Ring of Kerry
're heading from kerry to cork/kinsale for a nite and then working our way up north, ending up in dublin ...
I started my one week tour of Ireland in the town of Cork. It is the second largest town in the Republic of Ireland, even though it really doesn't feel very big. The port and the river are its lifeline ...
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