Cork City Hostel Stay

Stay in Cork from just €11.00!

Visit Cork City in Ireland’s beautiful South West with its active streets full of people or the various scenery of County Cork!

For whatever you decide – stay in our Cork International Hostel from only €11.00 per person per night (based on dorm bed rooms)!

You can’t visit Cork on a better budget

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There are lots of things to see & do in Cork!

  • Cork City Gaol

This Cork heritage centre is renowned for its wax figures. Step back in time to see what 19th / early 20th Century life was like in Cork – inside and outside the prison walls. Amazingly lifelike wax figures, furnished
cells, sound effects and fascinating exhibitions.

  • The English Market

It is one of the oldest of its kind. Trading as a market since 1788, it pre-dates most of the other markets
like it. Indeed, Barcelona’s famous Boqueria market did not start until 80 years after The English Market first started to serve the people of Cork. It has survived the Famine, revolutions, wars, fire and economic decline

  • Titanic Experience Cobh

Titanic Experience Cobh is a new permanent visitor centre, located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the centre of Cobh town (formally known as Queenstown) in what was the departure point for the final 123 passengers who boarded the Titanic.

  • Hop On Hop Off Bus

There is no better way to see Cork City than the “Hop On, Hop Off” Tour. See all of Cork’s famous sights such as the Cork City Gaol, St. Finbarr’s Cathedral, the Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, City Hall,the English Market, City Library, the Triskel Art Centre, Cork Opera House, St. Anne’s Church, the Shandon Butter Museum, the Custom House, City Library, the Courthouse, Museum & Fitzgerald Park, & Elizabeth Fort. With a ticket that is valid all day, you can get on and off as often as you wish.

  • Blackrock Castle Observatory

Over 400 years ago the fortification which is now Blackrock Castle was built
at the river Lee where the narrowing channel leads to Cork, and has been part of the city’s history ever since. The fort allowed a safe
passage for friendly ships and warded off invaders; today CIT Blackrock Castle is a research observatory, science centre & watch tower of
the skies.

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