Cork Flights GuideThey call Cork the "Rebel city" because of its rebellious history during the War of Independence. Now, it is visited for its beautiful architecture, especially in churches and cathedrals. The famous Blarney Castle and Blarney Stone is rumored to grant the 'gift of eloquence' if you lay down, reach backward, and kiss the stone upside down! Indulge in fresh Irish food at the English Market, and explore the Fota Wildlife Park to sneak a peek at animals and botanics.
The Shandon Church is perhaps the most famous of the churches, and stands as a symbol for the city. Dublin, Ireland is just under a three hour drive away. It is warmest in its summer months of June through August, and coldest in its winter months of December through February. For optimal weather, visit in the in between seasons of September through November or March through May!
Fly to Cork from these popular routes with great prices.
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