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De bedste anbefalinger fra lokale

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National Park
“Torc Waterfall, Muchross House, Ross Castle, Ladies View, and the beautiful Gap of Dunloe. It can be anything from an urban garden to a scenic trail. Beautiful for a walk or Cycle.”
  • 54 lokale anbefaler
“Great day out for all the family. See all the animals, play in the parks, have a snack in the restaurant but most of all have lots of fun on this day out.”
  • 63 lokale anbefaler
“My favourite park, and not forgetting the shaky bridge and stunning scenery and river views!”
  • 50 lokale anbefaler
Art Gallery
“Always a lovely place to visit. Especially wonderful when there are markets and events on Emmet Place, e.g. the Midsummer Festival, Cork Jazz Festival etc. Get onto a free Sunday tour if you can - incredibly informative and enlightening. ”
  • 41 lokale anbefaler
“Across the road from the property, Muckross House and Gardens are worth a visit.”
  • 37 lokale anbefaler
“In the centre of Cork city centre you will find The English Market. One of Corks top pics this is a place full of history and a huge range of fresh produce from meat to veg and everything in between. ”
  • 37 lokale anbefaler
“A part of Corks history, the Womens Jail in Sundays Well is a must if you want to explore Corks past!”
  • 37 lokale anbefaler
“The official, formal music venue. Ticketing in advance on line. Check their website. ”
  • 22 lokale anbefaler
City Hall
“Cork offers a wide variety of shopping possibilities. Patrick Street in the city centre is the traditional shopping area, with a wide range of department stores. Cork is famous for its food too. Country markets and farmers' markets can be visited throughout the city and county. The English Market is an indoor market on Grand Parade in the city, and has been in operation since 1788. The mix of traditional Cork fare and exciting new foods from afar alongwith long standing family run stalls contribute to the unique appeal of this market.”
  • 26 lokale anbefaler
“175KM Drive along the Wild Atlantic Way - a must do. Daily local bus tours available.”
  • 28 lokale anbefaler
“Great food, fab music, a huge magnet for tourists especially for the Irish dancing / traditional music some evenings.”
  • 31 lokale anbefaler
“Dingle is a small port town on southwest Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula known for its rugged scenery trails and sandy beaches. A statue of long time harbour resident Fungi the dolphin is by the waterfront. Fungi, is a wild Bottlenose Dolphin, no one is quite sure of his age but he has been there for nearly 32 years and experts tell us he has a lifespan of between 40 and 50 years.”
  • 26 lokale anbefaler
“Torc Waterfall is a twenty minute walk from Muckross House or alternatively you can park at the waterfall car park. For those who like to trek, it is possible to access Torc Mountain from here. This is a medium climb as there are steps the whole way to the whole way to the top of the mountain where you will look down on the Killarney lakes and Killarney town.”
  • 16 lokale anbefaler
Coffee Shop
“Situated on the lower lake with beautiful views. The castle also organises tours.At the front of the castle boat trips can be purchased .”
  • 17 lokale anbefaler
“Visit early as possible after opening time in the morning as later on it can get a little hectic with coach tours arriving. If you do not wish to "Kiss The Blarney Stone" (a custom that's world famous) take a stroll in the amazing gardens and woodland walks, you won't be disappointed.”
  • 37 lokale anbefaler
“This is well worth a visit and is only 20 minutes away by car. The Blarney Woolen mills is well worth a visit as well as the castle. They sell a lot of traditional Irish products. There is a nice coffee shop and restaurant. They don't allow dogs in blarney castle and gardens :(”
  • 19 lokale anbefaler