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Getting to Cork

Getting to Cork couldn't be easier. The transport links to the City have all benefited greatly in recent years from substantial investment. Whichever way you choose to travel to Cork, whatever your mode of transport - we have the information you need.

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By Air: A €100 million new terminal was opened at Cork Airport in 2004 to serve an expanded domestic and international flight schedule. Airport information and flight details and schedules are available at www.corkairport.com/home.aspx

By Ferry: Cork's ultra-modern ferry terminal at Ringaskiddy, less than 20 kilometres from the city centre, has regular scheduled sailings with Brittany Ferries to and from Roscoff on the north coast of France. So starting your family holiday in the beautiful south-west of Ireland couldn’t be easier.

By Train: Kent Station serves commuter, regional and national rail traffic and provides convenient access to Cork being just minutes walk from the Centre. Timetables and other details available at www.irishrail.ie/

By Bus: The city’s Central Bus Terminus is ideally located at Parnell Place in the heart of the city.  Timetables available at www.buseireann.ie/

By Road: The road network serving the City allows easy access to the City and the Park and Ride facilities at the Black Ash on the South City Link Road enable the visitor to park on the outskirts and to avail of a frequent good-value, high quality bus service to the city centre. A total of 2,250 car parking spaces are available in the City, both on-street and in multi-storey parks.