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Getting Around Cork

Cork offers some alternatives for tours:

By Bus:

A bus tour will allow you to see and enjoy a fast and fascinated view of most attractions in Cork, some options are:
  • Cork City Tour operates daily from March, with extra pick-ups every 45 minutes in May, June, September and October.
    In July and August, tours operate every 30 minutes. The first tour begins at 9.30, and the last tour at 17.30 daily.
  • Outer Limits Tour takes in many interesting sights in the City & Suburbs including St. Finbarr's Cathedral, U.C.C, Blackrock Castle Observatory and much more. The Outer Limits Tour operates daily from March, with the first tour beginning at 10.00, and last tour at 16.00 daily.

By Car:

Cork has a Park & Ride system to combat city-centre congestion; it's €5 for a return bus fare into the centre, from 7:30am to 7:30pm Monday to Saturday. Parking requires scratch-card parking discs (€1.80 per hour) you can get those from the tourist office.

By Bicycle:

If you want to enjoy closer from the visit to Cork you can rent bikes and glean cycling tips from affable Aidan and Robbie at Rothar Cycles.

By Helicopter:

If walking or cycling sounds too much like hard work, what better way to see Cork than from the air?, Helicopter trips will give you and unforgettable experience, to see that bird's eye view of the city and county; Gaelic Helicopters is based in Mallow, County Cork and is one of just four licensed helicopter charter companies in Ireland.

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