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Europcar has two locations situated in County Cork, one in Cork Airport and the other located in the heart of Cork City. Both locations can cater to leisure customers and business customers, availing of the flexible short, medium and long term business ...Read more fleet management service offered by Europcar and customers renting a van.

County Cork is the largest county in Ireland filled with beautiful sights throughout and a rich history that dates back to the birth of Ireland as it is today. The Cork countryside is dotted with small villages, castles and manors which can give tourists an insight into a different time.

Outdoor enthusiasts will love the activities on offer along the Cork coastline as one can find sailing schools, swimming, and scuba diving to avail of. Further inland tourists can also partake in horse riding, golf and the ever popular fishing in Cork.

For a less energetic experience, one can visit Blarney castle and seek to gain the world-renowned Irish charm by kissing the famous Blarney Stone. Another historic must-see is the Cobh Heritage Centre where visitors can uncover stories of mass emigration, the Titanic and research their Irish ancestry using the Genealogy Recordfinder service on site.

Cork City is Ireland’s second largest city and has a huge amount to offer to tourists. The city was named ‘European Capital of Culture’ in 2005 by the E.U and also appeared on Lonely Planet’s ‘Top 10 cities in the world to visit’. The city sights are a beautiful blend of old and new, ranging from narrow 17th-century alleys to modern gems such as the Cork Opera House. The performing arts are a mainstay in Cork as tourists don’t have to venture far to find live music among the many pubs and restaurants around the city. Food lovers will be ecstatic upon tasting the many dishes on offer and should endeavor to visit the English market where local produce can be purchased.

Europcar Cork Airport can offer a gateway to the vast unsullied lands of County Cork while our Cork City branch is conveniently located 2-3 minutes walk away from the city centre. Read less

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Cork Airport

Cork Airport is gateway to south Ireland. Every year, Cork Airport hosts upwards of 2.8 million passengers, which makes it the second-busiest airport in the Republic of Ireland and the third-busiest on the entire island.

Cork Airport is located 8 kilometres south of Cork City Centre.

Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500 km road trip along the west coast of Ireland.

The route commences a short distance to the south of Cork City Centre. For more information on Wild Alantic Way, click here

Cork City History

Cork has a long and bruising history, inextricably linked with Ireland ’s struggle for nationhood.

The story begins in the 7th century, when St Finbarre founded a monastery on a corcach (marshy place).