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Business Class Flights To Cork

Sometimes jokingly referred to as ‘The People’s Republic of Cork’ by locals, Cork is Ireland’s second largest city. This University town is known for its youthful vigor and friendly demeanor, as much as it is known for its fascinating history and unforgettable landmarks. Experienced travelers know that business class flights to Cork are the most efficient and worthwhile means of traveling to this cosmopolitan city. Arrive feeling refreshed and ready to enjoy the trendy city center, with its many coffee shops and pubs, and its picturesque waterfront. Your premium flight is sure to be an enjoyable one, with so much space and legroom, customer service that exceeds expectation, and the most luxurious gourmet meals, beverages, and facilities. All of this combines to make for a memorable traveling experience that bears repeating.

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Cork Airport and Business Class Lounge

Cork Airport is located 4 miles south of Cork City in an area called Farmers Cross. It is the country’s second busiest airport and one of the three main international airports of the Republic of Ireland. Enjoy the best comfort and atmosphere in the business class lounges when you purchase business class flights to Cork. Whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure, enjoy complimentary refreshments, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a wide selection of newspapers and magazines. Escape from the stressful environment of the main terminal and unwind in the exclusive and comfortable lounge so you are refreshed for the next phase of your journey. Those traveling for work may take the opportunity to catch up or get ahead before or after their flight, in the discreet environment afforded to them with their premium ticket.


Things To Do In Cork

Cork’s city center is located on an island hugged on each side by two channels of the Lee River, which continues on to the coast and opens up into one of Europe’s largest natural harbors. Grand buildings remind visitors of the 7th-century origins of this compact city. You may want to begin your visit with a lovely stroll on the promenade known as The Mardyke, which overlooks the Lee River. Head toward Oliver Plunkett Street and to Winthrop Street, which is home to the Tudor-revival façade of Winthrop Arcade, and spend some time shopping in the area and enjoying its unique character.

Cork is home to enough charming and impressive buildings to please any sightseeing visitor. The City Hall is a Georgian-style building that dominates the south channel of the river. The Cork Vision Center is a former church on North Main Street that posesses a large-scale model of the city. You can find a lot of useful tourist information here to help you get your bearings and to better understand the city. Take a guided tour of the Elizabeth Fort, where you can experience some of the best views of the city below. St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral is a great 19th-century Gothic style church. Shandon Church, an iconic symbol of the city, is unique in that it allows guests to ring the church bells, and even provides guidelines on how to play some well-known melodies.

There are many museums and galleries worth spending some time in when you arrive on business class flights to Cork. Crawford Municipal Art Gallery has a small, superbly curated collection of artworks ranging from the 17th century to modern times. In the 1860s, Cork had the world’s largest butter market, and the Cork Butter Museum focuses on the city’s long tradition of butter manufacturing. Blackrock Castle is not just a castle, but is host to a kid-friendly Science Center, and the Cork Public Museum focuses on local artifacts ranging from the Stone Age to present times. Just outside of the city center is the Cork City Gaol, a former prison, which is a very popular and informative spot to visit.

Opera Lane is a great area to shop, with lots of small and unique boutiques along the side streets, and the English Market is not to be missed, with its ornate vaulted ceilings, picturesque columns and photogenic displays of top-quality regional produce, cheeses, and meats. Seek out some Clonakility black pudding, drisheen, spiced beef, and crubeens for some local fare. Stop by O’Conaill to sample the renowned Chocolatier’s Hot Chocolate. Be sure to spend some time in one of the many excellent, unpretentious pubs found all around Cork. Sin É, Franciscan Well Brewery, and Mutton Lane Inn are popular favorites.

A fun activity if you’re staying in Cork on a Friday night is to immerse yourself in the pub culture and join the Cork City Pub Crawl. These are tours organized by locals and they can get quite boisterous! These tours happen every Friday and start outside the GPO on Oliver Plunkett Street at 8:00 pm. This is a great way to meet other travelers as well as locals out looking for a good time, or ‘craic’, as the Irish say.


Getting Around Cork

The city center of Cork is very small and walkable. When you travel on business class flights to Cork, you will likely be staying in the city center and will not need to use public transport. However, there are bus services around the city, and there are guided bus tours that leave from the Grand Parade and South Mall regularly. The tour buses are a very efficient way of fitting in all of the sights and points of interest on a short trip. There are also lots of taxis around the city and many drivers also offer fixed-price guided tours. Look out for the circular green and blue ‘TAXI’ sticker on each front door and a yellow bar above it with the license number, because otherwise the taxis look like any regular car. Cork has a good carpooling community called Carma for those wishing to travel further outside of Cork.

Cork is an exciting destination with a little bit of something for everyone. Business class flights to Cork are the best way to travel here, ensuring the most pleasurable plane rides, the most attentive customer service, and the finest food and drink at every phase of your journey. Explore and enjoy the ‘real capital of Ireland’, with its liberal, cosmopolitan attitude and unforgettable landmarks.

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