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Experience bygone days in Cork, both inside and outside prison walls, and also discover the impact radio has had since its invention at the Cork City Gaol and Radio Museum Experience. Located within earshot of the famous Bells of Shandon.
ACET - Cork Language Centre International has gained a reputation as a market leader in EFI in Ireland with 30 years of experience. Located in the city centre.
In Zings Restaurant, the Chef creates international dishes using fresh local produce flavoured with Mediterranean and European influences.
Cork English College is a family run English language school located in the heart of Cork City, established over 35 years ago by Managing Director Valery Cullen.
For live music in Cork City, there's no better place than The Old Oak Bar and Cyrus Avenue, a dedicated venue attracting national and international artists. Bar food is also served daily at The Old Oak.
For a unique experience in Cork City, visit the Franciscan Well Brewery and Brew Pub. Located on the site of an old Franciscan monastery, the brewery offers classic beer styles and the pub is the perfect place to enjoy them.
Open 7 days, with leisure, hot food, 3 bars, DJs, guest bands and all available under the same roof.
Barry's Coaches is a coach hire company based in Cork City. As well as private coach hire, they also run Barry's Tours which operates sight-seeing tours of Ireland and trips to Premiership soccer matches in the UK.
Take an open top bus tour of Cork City. Hop on and hop off at any stop along the way.
The Everyman Palace Theatre is one of Ireland’s leading middle scale presenting and producing theatres. The beautiful 650 seat theatre is a jewel of late Victorian architecture.
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