Things to Do In Cork
Cork is located in the South of Ireland and is Cork is the second city, a vibrant place with plenty to do and see. Cork is also surrounded by beautiful coastline and landscapes, as well as a great selection of visitor attractions and activities. Listed below are just a selection of things you could enjoy in Cork during your stay:
Cork City Gaol
Cork City Gaol is a heritage centre in Cork City. The impressive building once houses prisoners in the 19th century and is now a visitor attraction on life in early 19th and 20th century Cork. There is also a Radio Museum located in the former Governor’s House. For more information on this visitor attraction click on the link – Cork City Gaol Heritage Centre.
The English Market
The English Market is one of the oldest food markets in Europe and has been trading since 1788. It offers a wide range of produce and is a vibrant location – well worth a visit. Indeed the Queen of England visited it during her visit to Ireland in May 2012. For more information on the market – English Market Cork.
St. Finbarre’s Cathedral
The cathedral was built between 1867 and 1879 in the French Gothic style. The cathedral is a well known landmark in Cork City and welcomes thousands of visitors each year. For more information click on the link for – Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral.