|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$50.00|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$14.92|
|Mid range bottle of wine||$13.56|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre||$850.28|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$1.52|
Come and travel to Cork, Ireland's 'real capital city' as it is sometimes called, and a city of many bridges, perfect for those looking to spend lots of time on their feet and walking about on their vacation. Often known as a city of rebels, Cork has a rich historical and political history, with a number of fascinating historical and cultural landmarks, sights, sounds and smells to take in and enjoy on your travels.
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Tip: Pay a visit to one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Ireland, and possibly in Europe, St. Finn Barre's Cathedral, a stunning French-gothic cathedral with carvings, statues and decoration to the point of opulence. There is a wonderful bell tower to check out, and a precious gold angel on the top of the church, as well as tombs, and private tours. Admission is charge to enter and visit, but take note, this is an active church with ongoing masses, and appropriate demeanor is advised. It is a site which can be seen from most of the city of Cork, and highly recommended to visit.We also have great deals for European destinations like cheap flights to Graz
Interested in taking in stunning coastal views? If you love looking at a vast expanse of blue ocean, surrounded by gorgeous, craggy cliffs, than Mizen Vision is definitely next on your list. People love to come and visit Mizen Vision because of its suspension bridge, which is described as a scary but thrilling experience crossing. It's an excellent place to look and see if you spot whales, coastal birds or marine life, and wonderful for walking right up close to the cliffs.
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Tip: Need to get the gift of gab? A trip to visit the Blarney stone in Blarney Castle, just outside of Cork should do the trip! The castle is a beautiful, 600-something year old castle, surrounded by more greenery than could ever meet the eye. The castle is somewhat ruined, but worth a trip around. There is a lovely collection off home furnishings, art, and décor to take in. Make your way up to the top to kiss the Blarney stone, a magical stone which is supposed to award you with eloquence. It makes for an awesome trip with the family and there's much to see and do. Stunning gardens, a castle ruin and the legendary Blarney stone, what more could you ask for?
Cork English market is one of the oldest markets in Europe, with tons of local fruits, veggies, meats, cheeses, breads and fish to take in. There are tons of excellent culinary delights to eat and enjoy. This is kind of like a farmers market, but one so famous; it was even once visited by the Queen of England herself. The perfect place to pack a picnic or eat yourself a proper lunch, come to Cork English Market to get your fill.
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