Cork is an internationally recognised city of culture. The city has a reputation as being Ireland’s food capital; the famous English Market is one of the city’s most beloved attractions. Cork’s adventurous side can be experienced just a leisurely drive from the city; the Wild Atlantic Way – starting in Kinsale – is the world’s
longest defined coastal touring route. As well as a beautiful selection of world class beaches, which provide the perfect destination for water sports like surfing and kayaking, the region is also home to some of the country’s most exquisite golf courses including the world famous Old Head of Kinsale Golf Club and the
beautiful Fota Island Resort Golf Club. Cork is also known for its love of horse racing. You can experience the sport of kings at Mallow racecourse which is situated just 30 minutes by car from the city centre.

The following variation of amenities include:
The Bookshelf Café
Cortada Coffee
The Idle Hour
Sonny's Deli
Tequila Jacks
Dockland Bistro
L'Atitude Wine Café
The Pheonix Bar
Three Little Piggies
Café Velo
Crawford & Co.
Market Bar
Elbow Lane
Arthur Mayne's Pharmacy Wine Bar
Jacobs on the Mall
Butlers Chocolate Café
The Oliver Plunkett Bar
Meades Wine Bar
O' Conaill Chocolate
Mutton Lane Inn
The English Market
Cork Opera House
Cork City SUP water sports
Triskell Arts Centre
Crane Lane Theatre
Cork Tourist Office
Crawford Art Gallery
Clayton Hotel
Imperial Hotel
Jurys Inn
Maldron Hotel
The Metropole Hotel
The Dean Hotel
Opera Lane Shopping District
Merchants Quay Shopping Centre
Brown Thomas
Dunnes Stores
Matthews of Cork
General Post Office
Affidea Clinic
Club Vitae Health & Fitness Club
Flyfit Gym
Goldirocks Hair
Reeb Hairsalon
Sugar Dolls
Minihan's Pharmacy
5th Avenue Nails & Beauty
Kopper Hair Salon
Sobe Brown
Bank of Ireland
KBC Bank
Ulster Bank
Permenant TSB
Kent Train Station
Kent Bus Station
Cork Bus Station
Cork City Hall
Port Of Cork / Custom House
CIT School Of Music
Cork College of Commerce
Holy Trinity Franciscan Catholic Church