Car Hire Cork Airport

Enjoy a trip around one of Ireland’s most famed locations with a car rental Cork Airport deal. Cork City is located in the south of the country and is the second largest city next to Dublin. We provide deals for pickup at the airport as well as downtown. Cork is the largest county in Ireland and is full to the brim with fascinating sights to see. Cork is the second largest city in Ireland. Situated on the River Lee, the city represents one of the major commercial and trading hubs of the region. The city is a renowned tourist spot that has an array of restaurants, lively pubs, shopping outlets and entertaining nightlife to enjoy. It is an ideal choice to visit with family and friends. Some of the popular locations of the county include:

Blackrock Castle is a restored site located on the inner harbor of the county. It is a circular shaped tower with crenellated parapets fixed on large corbels. The castle is now being used as a facility for scientific research and communication. A group of astronomical researchers from Cork Technology Institute are involved in the development and making of a number of astronomy projects.

The tower allows both adults and children to interact within the field of science in a fun manner. It has an astronomy centre that comprises of a playroom with large screen exhibits featuring interactive educational programs. In addition, there is a cosmos exploring unit equipped with a stimulator that enables guests to send messages to chosen stars. The other key highlight are an optical telescope which uses Extraterrestrial Intelligence technique to detect short light flashes every second.

Another ideal place is the Butter Museum based in the Shandon area. The museum provides information on dairying in primeval Ireland and also the development of the reputable Butter Exchange that originally traded about 10 million pounds of butter every year. Besides this, the centre also helps to  explain the techniques of margarine making in a traditional manner. It has a video presentation on the growth of the branded butter ‘Kerrygold’. Other collections include milk churns, a keg that holds 1000 year old butter and an exhibit of appealing butter bricks.

The Opera House is a premium theatre for world-class entertainment and is situated in the heart of Cork city for over 150 years. The elegantly designed 1000-seat venue provides only the best Irish performances in dance, drama, family fare, opera, and musicals. The stage area, lighting and other production aspects of the facility are exceptional and use innovative technology.

Garnish or Ilnacullin Garden Island is another striking place.  It is well-known for its exquisite Italian gardens and has a wide variety of rare tropical plants. The different structures established on the island include an Italian temple, Martello Tower, and a Grecian temple. In addition, the island offers a panoramic view of the Beara, Glengariff and Sheep Head peninsulas. Some other exciting locations to visit in Cork city include the English Market, St.Finbars Cathedral, Fitzgerald Park and the Greyhound Stadium.