By Car

Travel By Road

Reaching Cork by car is relatively straightforward as the road system connects all of the large cities. Main roads serving the city include the N8/M8 from Dublin, N25 from Waterford, N20 from Limerick, N22 from Killarney and the N71 from West Cork. From the east, take the Carrigaloe-Glenbrook ferry from Cobh across Cork harbour.
View driving directions from Dublin, Limerick or Waterford.

By Plane

Travel By Air

Several airlines have flights to Cork Airport from most of the major cities of the UK and Europe. There are further services from Dublin and Shannon Airports, where you can choose to take connecting flights to Cork.

Cork airport is only 10 minutes from cork city center and has bus, taxi and car rental options.

www.corkairport.ie
By Sea

Travel By Sea

Brittany Ferries and Celtic Link Ferries provide services to the Ringaskiddy Ferry Terminal at the Port of Cork.

The new Fastnet Line ferry service operates between Swansea and Cork and brings in 100,000+ tourists to cork every year.

By Rail

Travel By Rail

Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail) provides rail services to Cork City, with regular trains directly from Heuston Station in central Dublin and from Limerick Junction.

Cork's train station is only a short walk from the city center and is serviced by bus and taxi's. Book online at Irish Rail for best price fares.

By Bus

Travel By Bus

Within Ireland, Bus Éireann provides nationwide expressway, provincial and city services. The bus station is located at Parnell Place, alongside Merchant's Quay, right in the city center.
From the Cork bus terminal, travel is possible to all major towns and cities across ireland.Tickets for bus can be bought before travel and sometimes on the bus itself.
Checkout www.buseireann.ie for cheapest fares.