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Cork airport is an international airport which receives approximately 2.4 million passengers each year from over 50 European and transatlantic destinations. This is an average of 7,000 passengers each day! If you are planning to visit Cork, Cork airport will be the first place you see and right from the get go you will be welcomed with a warm Irish smile. It is situated only 10 miles from Cork City Centre and right next to it there is a large estate with many hotels. As always your first point of contact when you get to Cork City should Munster Bus!

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There are many ways to get the city centre from Cork Airport. A taxi will cost approximately €15.00, The road into the city is quite straight so, even if you choose to travel with another company, it will be hard for them to overcharge you. Don’t worry though, in Cork we value business from tourists so highly that no one will ever try to cheat you :).

If you feel like taking a bus, the best one is the number 236 which will collect you on its way back from Kinsale (one of our most popular Day Tour destinations) and will drop you at the Parnell Bus Station, only a stone’s throw away from our Bridge Street Day Tours office.  This is the exact same service which will drop you back to the airport at the end of your stay.

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Once you arrive in the city, our friendly Munsterbus.ie private Day Tours team will be happy to answer any questions you may have on your stay in Cork, including day tours, nightlife, accommodation and transport to other Irish cities. Also we sell tickets to all of Cork’s major attractions including the Cork City Gaol, the Midleton Distillery, the Titanic Experience and many more. Whatever your needs when you come to Cork, you’ll find them at Munster Bus, let the journey begin.

 

Ronan Deasy

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