Situated in the South West of Ireland, it has a population of 120,000 inhabitants; it’s the third largest city of Ireland, located in one of the biggest Irish counties.
It comprises an important seaport and it’s near Lee.
There is an evident distinction between landscapes full of farmlands, river valleys and sceneries of sandstone hills of the west.
In addition, the splendid seashore comprises large bays and covert coves.
It’s a characteristic Irish city which can be appreciate from the Cork Vision centre situated over North gate bridge; you can admire red sandstone and white limestone.
A t the same time, this city offers the particularity and the modernity of Irish sceneries.
A typical feature is that Corkonians are regarded as the most talkative amongst all the Irish.
You can taste characteristic Irish food, especially in Fenn’s Quay Reastaurant, in the city centre; they only use the best local suppliers and take attention to detail; that’s the reason why it’s the most famous restaurant in Cork.
There are sunny periods, but climate is not generally warm; in fact, rainfall are large in summer, too.
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