As communities around the county begin to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, Cork County Council has mapped over 700 things to do in Cork with the launch of the ‘Rediscover Cork County’ GIS Tourism Map.
Indoor hospitality has reopened for people who are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months, as well as children under 18 in their care.
Hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs are open with services restricted to guests/residents. CIFF’s recommended hotels in Cork City are The River Lee, Montenotte Hotel, Maldron Hotel Shandon, Maldron Hotel South Mall and The Metropole Hotel.
Full details of the Irish Government’s advice regarding international travel is here.
Please note that Cork Airport will be closed from 13th September to 22nd November 2021 to facilitate a runway reconstruction.
An alternative option is to fly in to Dublin which has a wider selection of international destinations. From there you can travel down to Cork via train or bus.
Travelling from Dublin to Cork by train or bus:
- Airlink Bus 747 from Dublin Airport to Dublin Heuston rail station More Information
- Irish Rail trains to Cork depart regularly More Information
- The GoBus has temporarily suspended services More Information
- The Aircoach non-stop express bus departs regularly from Aston Quay More Information
Parking In Cork City
Late night parking is available at Paul Street Car Park, Monday – Sunday until Midnight.
Paul Street Car Park offers parking at a discounted flat rate of €3.50 per hour after 6.30pm.
Click Here for opening hours and prices for Paul Street Car Park, North Main Street Car Park and Black Ash Park and Ride.