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Guru's Guide to Cork

created by meganeaves on 2012-01-11

Guru's Guide to Cork
Any first-timer to the Rebel City will find it an easy place to get around with a charming atmosphere. Its compact city centre makes Cork an ideal walking city, with all of the major sights in strolling distance of one another. Cork also makes for a perfect base from with to explore the rest of the county, including the picturesque forests and coastline of West Cork.
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    Hotel Isaacs Cork

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    Hotel

    The boutique Hotel Isaacs Cork City is just a 5-minute walk from the city centre, including the E...

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    Cafespresso

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    Café

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    Church of St Anne Shandon

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    Sight

    The tower and bells are symbols of the city, and overlook it from the north. Visitors are allowed...

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    Cork Butter Museum

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    Museum / Gallery

    The Cork Butter Museum is a museum that documents the history of butter production and sale in Co...

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    The English Market

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    Shop

    The English Market (Irish: An Margadh Sasanach) is a municipal food market in the center of Cork...

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    Saint Fin Barr's Cathedral

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    Sight

    This is just a few minutes away from the Elizabeth fort and much easier to find. A fine 19th-cent...

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    Elizabeth Fort

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    Sight

    Offers a good view over the city. However, it is not easily seen from the city. From Southgate Br...

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    The Old Oak

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    Bar

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    Bodhran Bar

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    Bar

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    Franciscan Well Brewery

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    Bar

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    Clayton Hotel

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    Hotel

    Facing Cork City Hall, the Clayton Hotel Cork overlooks the River Lee. It offers beautifully desi...

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