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Cork: Jameson Experience Whiskey Tour

1. Cork: Jameson Experience Whiskey Tour

Set on 15 acres of lovely grounds, the Jameson Experience is both an education and a cultural experience as soon as you step through its doors. You will discover the largest pot still in the world, the Angels Share, and of course, the finest of Irish whiskeys. Daytime tours operate 7 days all year round, except selected dates at Christmas. The journey begins with an audiovisual presentation, followed by a 1-hour guided tour through the original distillery. Your experience ends at the Jameson Bar with a glass of Jameson, a 3-part comparison whiskey tasting, and the chance to become a "Qualified Irish Whiskey Taster." After your tour, feel free to browse the Distillery gift shop, where you will find exclusive Jameson gifts to take home, such as the Jameson Distillery Edition, a superb whiskey exclusively for sale at Midleton. Make it even more special by having your bottle personalized as a great gift or memento of your visit.

Cork: Guided Historical Walking Tour

2. Cork: Guided Historical Walking Tour

Set out on a walking tour accompanied by a local guide. In a one-hour stroll through the city centre you will learn about Cork's history as a transatlantic and European trading hub. Walk along the curved main street, following the route of the river beneath it. Marvel at Cork Opera House and across the river, see the shape of Shandon church, with its distinctive red and white brick bell tower and clockfaces. Next, stroll down Carey's Lane to visit the Hugenot cemetery, before heading to the Coal Quay and Cornmarket Street. Along the widest street in Cork, Grand Parade, see Bishop Lucy Park, the Berwick fountain and the National memorial. Hear about Nano Nagle and her extensive humanitarian work in bringing education to the poorest classes while standing on a footbridge named in her honour. Then, explore St Finbar's Cathedral, the South Gate Bridge and Elizabeth Fort. See the boathouse entrances in the leading business quarter of the city known as South Mall. Finish the tour in Princes Street, at the main entrance to Cork's fascinating English Market.

Dublin: Full-Day Tour to Cork, Cobh and Blarney Castle

3. Dublin: Full-Day Tour to Cork, Cobh and Blarney Castle

Escape the hustle and bustle of Dublin on a full-day tour south to the vibrant city of Cork. Kills the Blarney stone at Blarney Castle, admire Georgian buildings in the city center, and visit Cork Harbor to see a Victorian era train station and transatlantic terminal.   Depart by train from Heuston Station in the early morning for the InterCity service to Cork City. Upon arrival, head to Blarney Castle, where you can kiss the famous Blarney Stone and acquire the gift of eternal eloquence. Relax with some free time to shop and enjoy lunch in Blarney village. Head to Cork for a short city tour of Ireland’s southern capital, famous for its arts, music and literature scenes.  Built on the site of a 6th-century monastic settlement, the city center is full of Georgian buildings, 17th-century alleys, and dynamic new architecture. Continue your journey along Cork Harbour to Cobh, location of the Queenstown Story Heritage Center.  Set in a beautifully-restored railway station of the Victorian age, it was also the transatlantic terminal that served as the point of departure to the New World for generations of Irish emigrants, from the time of famine up to recent years. Transfer back to Cork City center to catch your return InterCity train back to Dublin, with a scheduled arrival at Heuston Station at in the evening. 

Cork: Heroes and Villains from History Walking Tour

4. Cork: Heroes and Villains from History Walking Tour

Experience the real Cork city with the Rebel Walking Tour! Welcome to the Rebel Walking Tour of Cork city, where we bring the rebellious spirit of our city's past to life! Our unique tour will take you on a journey through the history and culture of our vibrant city, uncovering the stories of its fearless rebels and revolutionaries. From the hidden corners of the city's oldest neighborhoods to the iconic landmarks that define its skyline, our expert guide will show you a side of the city that few ever get to experience. Join us on a tour and discover the rebel spirit that lives on in our city today! Tour times are scheduled around your availability. Places are limited so make sure to book online early. Tour Description: 1. Intro (10 mins): A brief description of the tour including a history of the War of Independence in Ireland. 2. Ambush on General Strickland: A step-by-step description of an ambush in the city from the point-of-view of 2 heroes of the battle - one on either side! Hear about their story. 3. The Assassination of a Local Hero: A local hero and Cork sports (GAA) star gets shot and killed in the city. Why was he shot? 4. Assassination of the Police Chief in the Heart of the City: We visit the scene of the assassination and tell the story. 5. Heist on the GPO (General Post Office): Republicans stage an armed heist on the Post Office. Why does it all go wrong? 6. The Burning of Cork City: Cork city center gets burned to the ground in an act of revenge. Find out why? 7. Cork's Most Tragic Love Story: A local hero and his fiance are torn apart by the struggle. Learn more about these star-crossed lovers. 8. A Teenage Girl who defied an Empire: Hear the story of a young girl who took on the Empire and lived to tell the tale. 9. Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Sisters, shopkeepers, spymasters. The spies in charge of the Republican operation were two women. Vital to the Republican war effort, learn about the female struggle in the war. 10. Final thoughts for the tour. A sum up of the theme of the tour.

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What people are saying about Cork

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 11 reviews

This was my first time spending quality time in cork, and my first time to do a walking tour in cork. I must say it was the best experience I have had and how lucky to meet Noel Welch. What a treasure you have with Noel, a man who was born and reared in Cork. He loves this city, and knows so much about it. The way he imparts the words in wisdom and experience in cork was memorable. We’ll be back Margarita and Peadar

Wonderful and informative, very interesting. Your was lively and interactive, especially the whiskey tasting! Highly recommend this tour.

This was a very well-paced and informative tour. I had time to soak in the sites and take a lot of photos. David was a great tour guide.

Got to experience and visit some extreme places in beautiful Cork!

Really informative, super helpful staff and excellent gift shop!