Cork Cruises

Cork Cruise

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Cork, the second-largest city in the Republic of Ireland, is located in the rugged south-west of the country. This MSC Northern Europe Cruises destination boasts a fascinating historical centre and a deep-rooted cultural identity. Discover ancient bow-fronted houses, a wonderful waterfront, elegant bridges, and avenues resplendent with Georgian architecture. Away from Cork, stop by medieval Blarney Castle and the iconic Jameson Distillery.

MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting things to see including:

• Blarney Castle
• Jameson Experience at Midleton Distillery
• Kinsale

Enjoy a panoramic sightseeing tour of Cork on an MSC Cruises excursion. Pass by major sights including the Opera House, University College, and St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral.

Cruises from / to Cork in 2024

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We're constantly updating our wide selection of shore excursions for all interests to make your cruise holiday an unforgettable experience. Some tours may also be available at embarkation or disembarkation days, while during at sea days you can enjoy on board activities.

Reach the Port

Address: Cobh Cruise Terminal, Cobh, Co. Cork - Ireland

 

How to reach the port by car:

When heading towards Cork aim for the Dunkettle Interchange from all directions of travel.
Once at the Dunkettle head East Bound following signs for Waterford or Midleton you will join the N25 East Bound. At the junction for Cobh kleave N25 East Bound and follow signs for Cobh. Once entering Cobh along the main road on the righthand side you will see Cobh Cruise Terminal / the ship. Also for Satnav purposes Cobh train Station can be useful as the train station is next to the cruise terminal.

Cobh Train Station is situated next to Cobh Cruise Terminal. On exiting the train station take a right, then right again this will bring you to the front gate which is access into Cobh Cruise Terminal. If there is a ship in and the pier is manned there is no need to walk around as the gate from the station direct to the pier will be open.

 

For more info visit:

Iris Rail

Cobh Cruise Terminal is Approx. 40 minuets by road (Subject to traffic) from Cork International Airport.
Taxi’s are readily available at the airport as is car hire, we would suggest these methods as no direct public transport.
If you prefer public transportation then this would require first the bus from airport arrivals (signed for City Centre) to the train station, followed by the Cobh train, or alternatively the same bus from the airport to the city, followed by the “Cobh Connect” bus from the city to Cobh.

 

For more info visit:

Bus Eireann

Irish Rail

Cobh Connect

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