Ireland’s capital is a must see
The city located on the banks of the River Liffey is synonymous with Irish Pubs and four leaf clovers. However, there is more to this city than drinking Guinness, including a recent history steeped in hardship.
The important Irish seaport is an attractive destination
Cork’s relevance on the Irish map is largely due to its prominence as a seaside city with its growth coming through trade with Scandinavia and the rest of Europe in general.
Discover the city on the banks of the River Shannon
Ireland’s third largest city by population is also the first city in the county to be awarded the City of Culture. Munster’s largest city will be crowned the City of Culture in 2014.