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Last minute flights to Cork

Departure Thu, 10 Jan Return Thu, 17 Jan
LTN London
ORK Cork
return from £24
Departure Wed, 09 Jan Return Wed, 09 Jan
STN London
ORK Cork
return from £12
Departure Wed, 09 Jan Return Wed, 16 Jan
MAN Manchester
SNN Shannon
return from £24
Departure Wed, 09 Jan Return Wed, 16 Jan
BHX Birmingham
ORK Cork
return from £77
Popular flight routes to Cork
London - Cork
return from £10
Manchester - Shannon
return from £27
Birmingham - Cork
return from £93
Bristol - Cork
return from £74
Edinburgh - Cork
return from £102
Glasgow - Cork
return from £208

Trips to Cork

Cork travel

Cork is Ireland's second largest city and famed for its beautiful castle, fascinating history, river channels and culture. The city's history goes back to the 6th century when it was founded by St. Fin Barr. Cork's story is characterised by rebellions, religious and civil wars, famine and emigration. Its port has played an important role in its history and, to this day, is of economic significance. Today, Cork is a centre for education and its economy is rooted on valuable manufacturing and information technology industries. Tourism is also a growing sector with flights to Cork increasing to serve the air travel needs of tourists and holidaymakers. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Cork!

Things to do and places to see in Cork

The city of Cork offers its visitors a broad range of activities suitable for all kinds of travellers out to have a good time in the area. Browse through markets, visit parks or explore museums. Tour medieval castles, check out abbeys or watch performances at theatres. Whether you are visiting for the weekend or are in Cork for a longer period, you will not run out of delightful entertainment options. If you are on cheap flights to Cork, your only concern is to decide which attractions will fit your schedule.

When visiting Cork, be sure to:

  • Go to the science centre/observatory of Black Rock Castle
  • Visit Cork City Gaol, a former prison that is now used as a museum
  • See the Church of St. Anne, an Anglican Georgian church
  • Admire the ornate spires of the Victorian Gothic Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral
  • Check out exotic plants and animals at the Fota Wildlife Park
  • Shop at the renowned English Market
  • Learn about modern Irish works of art at the Crawford Art Gallery
  • Find out if the legend of Blarney Stone is real (just for laughs)
  • Head over to Spike Island and see the 18th century Fort Mitchel
  • Arrange a tour of Garnish Island and enjoy its picturesque scenery
  • Watch a performance or two at the Cork Opera House
  • Get together with friends for some drinks at the local pub
  • Walk around the beautiful university campuses, such as the University College Cork
Cork

Cork airports

Cork Airport, the second busiest airport in Ireland, is the principal airport serving the city of Cork. It covers 37 domestic and international destinations. Amenities at the airport for the convenience of passengers on trips to Cork include restaurants, shops, currency exchange, cash dispensing machines and lounges.

  • Shannon Airport

    Top airlines

    Some of the top carriers to this location are: Ryanair, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines.

    Location

    The airport is at a short distance of under 6km from the main city. It is also well-connected by road to Dublin and Cork.

    Transport options

    Use the bus to get you to the city or other further locations like Dublin and Cork. All buses are available from the terminal building itself. The other option for getting to the city would be the Airport Taxi. These can be pre-booked for a faster exit. There are a number of car rental offices at the airport building itself. You can take a rental car and drive to explore this place on your own.

  • Cork Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers at Cork Airports are as follows: Aer Lingus , Ryanair and Flybe .

    Location

    The airport is located approximately 6.5km from the centre of Cork city.

    Transport options

    Bus 226 leaves from the airport to Parnell Place Bus Station in the city. Travel time is usually 20 minutes. To get to Kent Railway Station for train connections on the Irish Rail, you have to ride the bus to Parnell Place Bus Station. From there, it is just a short walk to the train station. Other means of connecting from the airport to downtown Cork include taxis and car rentals.

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