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Cobh Heritage Centre Full review
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The Cobh Heritage Centre is a museum located in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland. It is attached to Cob... [..]

Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Charles Fort Full review
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Charles Fort is a star fort located on the water's edge, at the southern end of the village of S... [..]

Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Fota House Full review

Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Saint Colman's Cathedral Full review
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The Cathedral Church of St Colman, usually known as Cobh Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral... [..]

Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Saint Multose Church
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Cork
(23km)

Jameson Experience, Midleton Full review
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Fascinating Whiskey Museum: Visit of the Jameson Experience is like taking a leap through history. Stepping into the door takes you back in time—carts are stacked high with sacks of grain, and you can smell the odor of the malted barley getting dried in closed kilns. You will be narrated the captivating story behind the formulation of one of the most popular Irish whiskeys in the world. One of the most fascinating touris...
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Festival de musique tr...
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Cork
(21km)

Desmond Castle
Travel picture of Desmond Castle Desmond Castle is a tower house located in the town of Kinsale in County Cor...
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Kinsale Museum
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Cork

Shandon Full review
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A memorable stay with family : Overlooking the magnificently beautiful Sheephaven Bay, this hotel stay is an experience in itself. With the views facing the bay, hills and countryside to choose from and the vast service offering including the relaxing spa here, you'll be spoilt to for choice. Overall a great stay that was relaxing and rejuvenating.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral Full review
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Opulently Decorated!: Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral with its luxuriously decorated facade and artistic interior designs is one of the most instantly recognizable monuments in Cork. This mid-19th-century building is a landmark blessed with animating features and centuries-old history. A collection of over 1,200 sculptures adorn the cathedral.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Saint Mary and Saint Anne's Cathedral Full review
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Another one of the beautiful Cathedral in Ireland.: From the simplicity of the architecture to the amazing visitor centre and friendly staff, this is one of the must-visit sites when you are here. This historically relevant cathedral is not a big one, yet has so much to see and photograph.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Saint Patrick's Street Full review
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Shop till you drop at the St. Patrick's Street: This clean, cosmopolitan stop for some street shopping at the old-fashioned retail stores is an experience in itself. The street is filled with commercial retailers, clothing stores and cafe's to stopover when you need a break. This long-wide street is great for a stroll too.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 stars
University College Full review
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A great campus with modern architecture and great sculptures: Founded by Queen Victoria, this University is the most reputable universities here. Apart from being a beautiful campus, this university houses lovely architecture and sculptures that make the stroll through the garden simply admirable. They also had a free exhibition of several stones that preserve Ogham scripture.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Cork Public Museum Full review
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Historical Museum with a rare collection : Cork Public Museum is a tourist attraction that features some of the most significant archaeological artefacts discovered in the region. It enlightens visitors with the sheer majesty of the economic, cultural and municipal history of the Cork city and surrounding areas dating as far back as the Mesolithic period.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Crawford Art Gallery Full review
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Art Gallery and Museum: Dedicated to ancient and contemporary art, Crawford Art Gallery is a National Cultural Institution and regional art museum. Its collection comprises almost 4,000 historical and modern paintings, sculptures, and video installations. Located in the center of Cork city, this gallery is a significant part of Ireland's culture and attract around 200,000 visitors a year. Entry to the Gallery and exh...
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Radio museum experience Full review
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An enjoyable tour that gives you an insight into the technological progress: This museum showcases a collection and technological advancement of the last 150 years. A collection of vintage radios and other noteworthy things. We took a guided tour around and thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it. It's a must visit for anyone who is exploring Howth and admires the history of sound and vision.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Beamish Brewery Full review
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A visit to the oldest brewery in Ireland: Beamish is still one of best selling spirit in Cork City brewed in Heinekens Lady's Well. Although this attraction has been closed and transferred to the Heineken factory, a visit there is equally fun for all fans of breweries and beers. Enjoyment and enlightenment ensured!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
English Market Full review
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Famous Food Market: English Market is a food market located at the heart of Cork, Ireland. With its variety of local and international organic products and multicultural ambiance, it is a famous tourist attraction and has even been visited by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
St. Anne's Church & Shandon Bells Tower Full review
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Fascinating!: Build in 1722, St. Anne's Church is one of the oldest churches in the city. It is regarded as the most significant ecclesiastical building within the city of Cork. The Tower is a fascinating landmark and is visible from many parts of the city. The ‘the four-faced liar’ clock is also a major attraction.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
City Hall Cork
Travel picture of City Hall Cork Cork City Hall is a civic building in Cork, Ireland which houses the adminis...
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Bachelor's Quay
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Monumento Nacional
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Coal quay market
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Red Abbey Tower
Travel picture of Red Abbey Tower The Red Abbey in Cork, Ireland was a 14th-century Augustinian abbey which too...
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Sullivan's Quay
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Blarney Castle
Travel picture of Blarney Castle Blarney Castle is a medieval stronghold in Blarney, near Cork, Ireland, and ...
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The marsh
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Mercy University Hospital
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Cork Butter Museum Ltd
Travel picture of Cork Butter Museum Ltd The Cork Butter Museum is a museum that documents the history of butter produ...
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Cork vision centre
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