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Dublin to Cork Flights
Flights from Dublin Airport
Flights from Dublin depart from the city's main airport, which is located 10 kilometres to the north of the city centre. It has two terminals, both of which are served by a range of transport options, although there is no direct rail link. To compensate, the airport has a range of bus routes to take passengers all over Ireland. The Air Link and Airport Hopper services are dedicated airport routes that run directly into the city centre.
Alternatively, it is possible to park at Dublin Airport, which has some 14,400 spaces allocated to long-term travellers and 3,600 short-stay spaces on offer, as well as provision for disabled parking. Regular travellers who are members of the Airport Club benefit from discounts in the short-stay car parks, as well as being fast-tracked through security.
Passengers on the flights Dublin offers can enjoy a range of shops in The Loop to keep them entertained before flying. The Click & Pick Up service also enables travellers to order duty free goods online and collect them at the airport, either on the way out or on their return journey. Passengers are also offered a host of restaurants and dining options, ranging from quick sandwiches to more leisurely sit-down meals and bars, including a champagne bar. For passengers seeking a comfortable and relaxing experience, the airport also provides executive lounges that can be used for up to three hours for a small charge. The facilities include a business centre with free Wi-Fi and complimentary refreshments and newspapers.
The best deals on flights from Dublin to Cork can be found at ebookers.ie, where accommodation and car rental can also be arranged.
Visiting Cork Airport
Situated on the banks of the River Lee in southern Ireland, Cork is the third-largest city in the country. Due to its heritage as the "rebel city," many landmarks and attractions in Cork offer visitors insight into Ireland's historical past. When traveling to Cork, you'll land at Cork Airport, which is located five miles south of the city centre. It is served by many domestic and international airlines, and you can find low-cost airfare on one of these by using ebookers.
Transportation from Cork Airport
If you booked a rental car with ebookers, you can pick it up at the counter in the arrivals concourse. Bus Eireann offers a direct route to the bus station on Parnell Street in Cork. If you'd prefer a private ride, you'll find the taxi stand just outside the main terminal of Cork Airport.
Weather in Cork
The weather in Cork is mild, but unpredictable. Though temperatures rarely drop below freezing and rarely rise above 25°C, rain is frequent, and the city is often foggy. On average, summer temperatures range between lows of 11°C and highs of 17°C. Winter temperatures average lows of 3°C and highs of 10°C. You should keep the heavy precipitation in mind when packing for your trip to Cork.
Things to Do in Cork
The city of Cork offers visitors a charming blend of the old and the new. You can visit Cork Vision Centre, which features a scale model of the city and often hosts art exhibits. Explore the city's historical past with a stop at Elizabeth Fort, St. Finnbar's Cathedral, and Shandon Church. If you'd like more insight into the city, you can take a guided tour with Cork Historic Walking Tours. Several festivals throughout the year draw crowds from all over the world, including the Midsummer Festival between June and July, the Jazz Festival in October, and the Film Festival in November. Every weekend, you can visit the Elizabeth Fort Market Festival on Barrack Street. This weekly event celebrates the city of Cork and offers a wide variety of traditional foods and crafts for visitors to enjoy.