1.Tourism: How to get to Cork?

From Cork Screen Commission’s website:

http://www.corkscreencommission.com/getting-to-cork

 

Cork is a wonderfully acessible city and county with an International air port and a plethora of road, rail and bus routes.

Cork Airport

Cork Airport is an international gateway linking the South West of Ireland to World at large. It’s Ireland’s second busiest airport and manages an average of 7,000 passengers per day, with more than 15,000 passengers flooding through during the peak season. Up to 60 aircrafts a day mover through the airport, bringing over 2.5 million passengers to and from over 60 destinations. Read more

Bus Eireann

Bus Eirean is the national bus service of Ireland

Useful Services for when you Get to Cork:

Failte Ireland

Failte Ireland is the National Tourism Development Authority, and features comprehensive information and listings for  Irish accommodation, activities, events, tourist attractions and Irish holiday special offers.

Maps of Cork City and County

A Guide to Cork City and County
A detailed website which lists useful information on all the best accommodation and restaurants as well as a comprehensive listing of cultural events and gigs in the city.

Cork City Tourism guide with details on all accommodations with online reservations, Visitor Attractions, Cork City Walking Tours, Events and Festivals, Restaurants and Pubs, make this guide a Must Visit.

Georgina Campbell’s Ireland
Well-known independent guide with detailed recommendations for places to eat, drink and stay.

Bridgestone Guides
Another comprehensive source for independent recommendations – accommodation, restaurants and bars.