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The city of Cork offers a lively collection of trendy coffee shops, vibrant art galleries, singular museums and wonderful pubs. Despite it being a city, you will feel like you're in a small town: life is relaxed and all worries are left behind. And if you love great food, this is the place for you: gastronomy is among the top priorities of its citizens.
The English Market was built in 1788 and it has kept its essence, offering many local delicacies.
The Wild Atlantic Way
Right on the border of Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way spreads over 2,500 km of Ireland's western coast: From County Cork to County Donegal in the north, encompassing attractions such as the Ring of Kerry, the Cliffs of Moher and the area of Connemara.
Whether you decide to traverse the whole Wild Atlantic Way or choose one of the many sections for more in-depth exploring, this route will make you fall in love with Ireland immediately.
Ireland's Ancient East
From the region of Cork you may discover Ireland's Ancient East and wander through its 5,000 years of history. With its 17 counties, Ireland's Ancient East offers attractions not to be missed, such as Glendalough, Newgrange, and the Rock of Cashel. These lush green landscapes include Gothic ruins, which hide incredible stories of feuds between rival dynasties, ghostly tombs older than the pyramids, knights, kings, monks and Vikings.