What’s On in Cork

Find out What's On in Cork, Restaurants in Cork, Shopping, Sightseeing, Sports, Events, Night Clubs, Places to stay, Hotels, with our comprehensive website. Here you can find information to make your stay in Cork an enjoyable one. Packed with great ideas on What to Do, Places to Visit, TOP Restaurants, News & Events, Attractions and more..

Find out What’s on in Cork

Things To See and Do

Attractions and Places to Visit in Cork

Attractions and Places to Visit in Cork

Enjoy the historical castles and cathedrals in the Cork area from Barryscourt Castle in Carrigtwohill and Fota House and Cobh Cathedral to the wonderful Abbey in Timoleague and the Bridgetown Priory and mills in Castletownroche.

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Places to stay in Cork

Places to Stay in Cork

Whether you prefer the big five star treatment or the personal touch of an intimate boutique, whether you want that breathtaking view or love the calm of the countryside, Cork offers plenty of choices.

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Sports and Activities

Sports and Activities

Ireland’s first marine nature reserve – built on an island, the city centre is embraced by two channels of the River Lee. An evening trip under the bridges of the beautiful River Lee, as far as Blackrock Castle.

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Activities, Where to Eat, Where to Stay, What to Do in Cork

Whether you’re looking for things to do in Cork such as events and attractions or are planning where to stay in Cork, you’ll find everything you need for your Cork holiday on What's On In Cork.com.

Make sure to discover Cork’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options. Cork have a huge range of options for food and drink.

Cork restaurants offer different cuisine whether it's French, Irish, Vegetarian, Seafood, Contemporary, International, European, American and eclectic. Cork County Restaurant can also be classified according to price whether it's expensive, upscale, mid-range and budget friendly.

Perrott’s Garden Bistro

Perrott’s Garden Bistro

Located in the contemporary garden room of Hayfield Manor Hotel, Perrotts Garden Bistro is Hayfield Manor popular casual dining restaurant, serving outstanding international cuisine.
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Nash 19

Nash 19

Established in 1992 and now a Cork institution, Nash 19 is located at the heart of the City, a stone's throw from The English Market.
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South County Bar

South County Bar

Designed in a traditional, turn of the century style with flagstone floors and dark timber the South County has the look and feel of a real Irish pub.
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What’s On In

Vibrant, diverse, dynamic, cosmopolitan, the south west’s capital has become a favourite for visitors, tourists, students, job seekers alike in recent years. Cork was founded by St. Finbarr and received its city charter in 1185. The word ‘Cork’ is the anglicised version of the Irish ‘Corcaigh’, which means ‘marsh’, and the many bridges are testimony to a marine interdependency. As a city built on an estuary its fortunes have been inextricably linked to the sea; even now it boasts one of the finest ports in northern Europe.

There are so many amazing things to do in Cork, from a sightseeing tour of the iconic landmarks to uncovering centuries of history at one of the many castles and museums or enjoying a traditional afternoon tea, the possibilities are endless. Cork has an extensive range of things to do with a selection of adventures and activities.