From the Lakes of Killarney to the leafy valleys of Kerry, from the whisky distillery in Cobh to the Irish pubs, southern Ireland’s character and beautiful landscapes are just irresistible.
The Irish airline AerLingus operates seasonnal direct flights between Rennes and Cork in the summer. On 2017, direct flights will be operated from May 27th every Saturdays and from June 28th every Wednesdays.
Direct flights are already on sale until 2017, August 12th on www.aerlingus.com.
Journey time between Rennes and Cork: 1 hour 50 minutes
- Capital city: Dublin is the capital city of Ireland
- Climate: Temperate
- Time difference with France: 1 hour behind
- Currency: Euros
- Official languages: Gaelic and English
- Travel document requirements: Passport or valid national identity card
- Tourist Information: www.visitireland.com /
Accommodation information : www.bandbireland.com
A city criss-crossed with canals
Cork, which used to be an island, now stretches out along both banks of the River Lee. This is why the city is full of bridges and canals, which flow underneath the main streets. This fishing port on the south coast is a delight for ramblers, who can follow the marked trail through the town and visit the many tourist attractions along the way.
Saint Finbarr’s Cathedral, the museum and Cork Butter Exchange a small craft centre, will welcome you with open arms. Other not-to-miss places: University College beside the river, and Shandon’s red and white church up on the hill.
County Cork and the warm Irish welcome are sure to enchant you. Take the opportunity to discover new places such as Millstreet Country Park, Fota Wildlife Park, and the Royal Gunpowder Mills…