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Cork Arrival

Ireland has a transport system that has become faster, cheaper and more efficient in recent times; as Cork is one of the most important destinations in Ireland, is not an exception.

By air:

If you are arriving from UK or Dublin, Amsterdam or Paris, Berlin, Cork Airport is the international gateway to the south-west of Ireland, is located just 15 minutes drive from the city centre.

By train:

Kent Train Station: Located at Lower Glanmire Road, Cork Routes include:
  • Dublin (costs €68 and takes three hours).
  • Limerick (costs €22.50 and takes 1½ hours).
  • Tralee (costs €29.50 and takes 2¼ hours).
  • Killarney (costs €22.50 and takes 1½ hours).
  • In some cases the train journey is long and circuitous so it is better to take the bus.
By Bus:

Bus Éireann: From the bus station in Cork you can get to most main places in Ireland Cork, some prices are:
  • Dublin (costs €9.50 single and takes 4¼ hours).
  • Killarney (costs €13.50 single and takes one hour 40 minutes).
  • Waterford (costs €14.90 and takes 2¾ hours).
  • Kilkenny (costs €14.90 single and takes three hours).
By Sea:

Travelling to Cork by sea is a calming and easy experience, so that could put you in the perfect mood for your vacations! Cork's ferry terminal is less than 20 kilometres from the city centre, at Ringaskiddy, and has regular scheduled sailings to and from the north coast of France and the UK.

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