The lively city of Cork is known as the gateway to the South of Ireland. Regarded as the real capital of Ireland to many locals, Cork is filled with vibrant pubs, Victorian architecture and has an incredible food scene, making it a brilliant cruise destination. In this friendly and youthful city, enjoy fresh produce at the iconic English Market, shop til' you drop on St Patrick's Street or take a trip to Blarney Castle and kiss the famous Blarney Stone. With a high-spirited atmosphere and culture, you won't regret taking a cruise to Cork.
Things to do in Cork
The English Market
Cork's Iconic English Market has been running since 1788, in the indoor market you'll find foods from all over the world and delicious local produce.
St Fin Barre’s Cathedral
Designed by architect William Burges and consecrated in 1870, Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral is one of Cork's most distinctive landmarks.
Blarney Castle & Gardens
Nearly 600 years old, Blarney Castle and Gardens is steeped in history and home to the famous Blarney Stone.
Cork City Gaol
Once home to 19th-century prisoners, Cork City Gaol is a brilliant castle-like building. Step back in time and wander the prison grounds.
Titanic Experience Cobh
Visit Titanic's last port of call before the United States and retrace the footsteps and stories of the last passengers that departed the Titanic.
Popular cruise lines for Cork cruises
With world-class entertainment and incredible facilities, you'll have a spectacular time on a cruise with MSC Cruises.
With gourmet cuisine and amazing facilities, you'll enjoy every moment on a cruise with Princess Cruises.
Cork cruise deals
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