The flight between London and Cork lasts approximately one hour and twenty minutes. Unless you request a layover in Dublin or one of your favourite cities, most London - Cork flights are nonstop. Many London airports have cheap flights from London - Cork including Stansted, Luton, Gatwick and Heathrow. The most affordable way to get to Cork from London is to fly with the carriers Ryan Air or EasyJet. Once you reach Cork from London, you can take a bus or coach to the city centre, alternatively you can use a taxi or car hire agency.
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Even if you're not a fan of jazz music, the city comes alive every year during its jazz festival, featuring international bands and singers from a wide variety of genres such as classic jazz from the 50's and more modern acid jazz.2 Walk the cliffs of Cork
The Ballycotton Cliffs of southern Ireland are well-known for their breath-taking views. Located just outside Cork city, in the tiny fishing village of Ballycotton, you can enjoy walking paths about 3 miles in length. Be sure to bring your rain jacket!3 St. Fin Barre's Cathedral
Whilst in Cork you shouldn't forget to visit the beautiful Cathedral of St. Fin Barre. The Cathedral was built in the 1800s and dedicated to the patron saint of the city. Take a guided tour so you don't miss out on the interesting history behind it.4 Nightlife, bars and taverns
You are sure to enjoy the nightlife in southern Ireland. Most bars and taverns have live music, and most all are filled with loud, merry laughter spilling out into the street along with the traditional music of fiddle players, guitar player and singers. Don't forget to have a pint of Guiness and experience this beverage in the country where it was born!5 Visit Blarney Castle in Cork
Even if you only in Cork for a quick weekend getaway be sure to visit the enchanting Blarney Castle. The first structure was wooden, built in ca. 900 A.D. and was replaced by the stone castle in 1446 which is still standing today. It's best to take a guided tour so you don't miss out on all the fascinating history the castle hides within its cold, moss-covered walls.