Discover Cork

Cork is the head to one of Ireland's busiest cities, with its waterfront walks, tasty cuisine and warm pubs. The city is ideally located for a gateway to a magnificent coastline, wild peninsulas, a succession of picturesque towns and villages.
Under 2 hours direct flight from France, don't wait any longer to discover Cork!
Proudly nestled on an island in the middle of the Lee River, Cork is renowned for its artistic activity, numerous art galleries, trendy pubs and cafés and unusual museums.

The atmosphere of the city is close to a village, well helped by its pedestrian city centre and the extraordinarily warm welcome of its inhabitants. A paradise for strollers, waterfront walks or kayak excursions will allow you to admire the vast built heritage of the city. From the Crawford Gallery, to the Triskel Arts Centre, culture is omnipresent and celebrated in all its forms.
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Cork is synonymous of conviviality and pleasure of the table for the quality of its gastronomy. The English Market has existed since 1788 as a temptation for all the island's gastronomes. Its stalls are full of traditional cheeses, superb smoked fish and creamy chocolate.

A culture that is reflected in the many cafes and restaurants, such as Café Paradiso and Farmgate Café. For beer fans, you could not find a better place than Cork for a tasting. Feel free to stop by the many breweries such as Eight Degrees Brewing, Rising Sons, Elbow Lane, or the very typical and so warm Franciscan Well Brewery!

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Blarney Castle, an imposing medieval bastion easily accessible by car, will make you discover a totally different side of Ireland's history. The beautiful port city of Cobh and its sweet and bitter history (Titanic mooring port) is one of the most popular excursions from Cork. 

Cork is especially a gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland's Ancient East and its 5000 years of history. From Malin Head Point, whipped by the wind, to Kinsale Harbour's haven of peace, set off on a sensational journey from Cork on the longest marked coastal road in the world.
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Festivals and events

A singular city, Cork does things its own way, and is distinguished by the abundance of music festivals and artistic events throughout the year.
The International Choral Festival In May, the festival animates the whole city by welcoming choirs from all over the world to celebrate choral music in all its forms.
The Summer Festival Along the Lee River, the whole city vibrates to the rhythm of artistic performances, shows, concerts and outdoor picnics for a friendly and magical atmosphere!
The Guinness Jazz Festival In October, the city is immersed in music and festivities, with a multitude of concerts in prestigious as well as very unusual places!
The Cork Film
Festival
In November, discover Ireland's oldest film festival, featuring Irish and international movies.

Flight schedule

Discover Ireland and fly to Cork from Paris Charles de Gaulle with 2 daily flights.

Flight number
Departure airport
Departure time
Arrival airport
Arrival time

AF1094

Paris, Charles de Gaulle

12:50

Cork, International Airport

13:40

AF9464

Paris, Charles de Gaulle

20:45

Cork, International Airport

21:35

AF9465

Cork, International Airport

06:25

Paris, Charles de Gaulle

09:10

AF1095

Cork, International Airport

14:20

Paris, Charles de Gaulle

17:10

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