Fly from Liverpool to Cork
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If you’re searching for an eclectic mix of history and lively entertainment, look no further than Cork. With regular flights by Ryanair between Cork and Liverpool John Lennon Airport, there’s nothing stopping you from hopping over to visit our Irish neighbour. Book your flight with us today and experience the magic of this amazing city.
Ryanair have frequent flights between Liverpool and Cork and you can book your Cork flight right here using our SkyScanner booking system. Whatever the nature of your trip our regular flights from Liverpool to Cork in Ireland are quick and convenient and fly into Cork Airport.
Once you book flights to Cork, Ireland you might want to browse information on Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.
If you are planning to book of the regular flights from Cork to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
Why you should go
Dating back to the ancient times of the sixth century, Cork was found by good old Saint Finbarr and it was decided it was to become a monastic settlement. However, that was until a trade port was created by clever Vikings and an urbanised Cork city was on the rise. As Ireland’s second largest city, Cork is becoming a must-see destination – combining the likes of boutique coffee shops with undisturbed streets has transformed it into a refreshing and energetic location.
Marvel at some medieval architecture with a visit to Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, or take some time out in the stunning surroundings of Fitzgerald Park. As atmospheric as it sounds, the Cork City Gaol offers a moving insight into the lives of 19th century prisoners. Sample local Irish dishes at the English Market and if you’re looking to get merry on your trip, try the Franciscan Well Brewery where they brew all of their beer onsite.
When you should go
July and August are likely to be the warmest but also the busiest, so if you’re looking to beat the crowds, try visiting during spring or autumn.
Where you should stay
Depending on the nature of your trip, there are a variety of locations in Cork which will suit your needs. Cork’s most popular destination is its coastal region where you can find holiday resorts on the beach. There are also a number of glorious Georgian manor houses dotted around the county and for city lovers, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to hotels in the heart of the hustle.
The options are endless when it comes to things to do in Cork, but here’s some things you shouldn’t miss:
- Dursey Island – Who knew you could travel by cable car and go dolphin spotting in Ireland? With just a population of 6, you can visit Dursey Island for magnificent walking trails and castle ruins, guaranteed to have you on your feet all day.
- Take a day trip to Kinsale – Just 40 minutes away from Cork city, Kinsale is a harbour town which is filled with vibrant and colourful houses. The streets are filled with traditional pubs so you can take a break from exploring with a local lager in hand.
- Ballycotton Cliff Walk – As one of the most popular attractions amongst tourists, the 9km Ballycotton Cliff Walk is filled with breathtaking views over the Atlantic Ocean.
Visiting Cork has never been easier, so why not travel from Liverpool John Lennon Airport? Use our search facility to book with us today.
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