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Travelling to Cork

Travelling to Cork

how to get to Cork by air, sea, road and rail

Cork Harbour Cruises is located in both Cork City (at Custom House Quay T12 YV81) and in
Crosshaven (at Crosshaven Lifeboat Station on Hugh Coveney Pier P43 Y923)

By Air

Cork Airport offers direct flights from almost 50 destinations and is located just 10 minutes from Cork City centre. Bus and taxis services are available outside arrivals.

By Road

For those travelling to Cork by car, the journey is relatively straightforward. The trip from Dublin to Cork is via the M8 motorway and takes just over 2.5 hours. Cork is connected by a regular bus services to Dublin, Limerick, Galway, Kerry and many more destinations across Ireland.

By Sea

Cork’s ferry terminal is located just 15 mins from Cork City centre and operates daily services to France and Spain.

By Train

Kent Station is Cork’s main train station and is located within a five-minute walk to Custom House Quay where some of Cork Harbour Cruises depart from. It has a direct connection to Dublin, which takes around 3.5 hours, and is also connected by rail to a range of smaller towns including Cobh, Mallow and Tralee in Country Kerry.

Getting to Cork

For those travelling to Cork car, the journey is relatively straightforward. The trip from Dublin to Cork is via the M8 motorway and takes just over 2.5 hours. Cork is connected by a regular bus services to Dublin, Limerick, Galway, Kerry and many more destinations across Ireland.

Getting to Crosshaven

Crosshaven is located 23km south of Cork City, 18km from Cork Airport and just 12km from Ringaskiddy. It is accessible by the Bus Eireann 220/220x bus which runs every 30 minutes and serves Ballinacollig, Cork City, Douglas and Carrigaline.