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Cork

Cork provides a unique visitor experience no matter what you like to take from your holiday.

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Cork in detail

Be it a bridge, a university college or a natural harbour (one of the world’s largest!), Cork provides a unique visitor experience no matter what you like to take from your holiday. This city, based in the South-West region of Ireland, is the third most populous in the country and is well equipped with all the cultural and historical assets you could wish for.

In terms of activities, Cork is a great base from which to discover much about Ireland’s colourful history. There are plenty of heritage sites and castles to be explored, and you can’t visit the region without kissing the famous Blarney Stone!

Visitors can also take in Ireland’s luscious green landscapes through visiting various wildlife parks and nature reserves, but if the weather doesn’t seem to be on your side, Cork has plenty of shops, cafés and markets too.

  • Time Zone GMT + 0
  • Currency Euro (€) 
  • Language English
  • Population 119,230

Cork Weather

  • Temperature
  • Rainfall

temperature degrees centigrade

Jan
4.5
Feb
4.5
Mar
6
Apr
7.5
May
10.5
Jun
13.5
Jul
15
Aug
14.5
Sep
13
Oct
10.5
Nov
7
Dec
5.5

rainfall in mm

Jan
64
Feb
51
Mar
52
Apr
45
May
56
Jun
55
Jul
65
Aug
76
Sep
62
Oct
73
Nov
69
Dec
68