Flights from Liverpool to Cork

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Favourite airline: easyJet
Most travellers looking for flights on the route from Liverpool to Cork decide to book with easyJet.
easyJet
43 %
Aer Lingus
36 %
Loganair
21 %
Favourite connection: via Nice and Amsterdam
Flights with a stopover in Nice and Amsterdam are the most popular connection for this route.
Route
bookings
2 stopovers Nice-Côte d'Azur Amsterdam Schiphol
12h 50min, from £419
60 %
2 stopovers Dublin London Heathrow
11h 10min, from £658
40 %

Useful information about the flight from Liverpool to Cork

A beautiful riverside city

The beautiful city of Cork hugs the banks of the River Lee and sits on the coastline of Lough Mahon in the south of Ireland. It is Ireland's third largest city and its name originally means Marsh, which is very fitting as Cork is crossed with beautiful waterways and coastline views, which complements its many ancient and modern sights, given his city an almost romantic feel. 

Cork travelling weather and festivals

The city of Cork has a mild, changeable climate and experiences abundant precipitation. It is, however, one of the sunniest cities in Ireland. The winters are mild and the temperatures rarely dip below freezing. The city has many festivals throughout the year, such as the Cork Midsummer Festival, which takes place from mid-June and has many art events to enjoy. The Cork Folk Festival occurs in October and has top Irish musicians and performances. The city's Jazz Festival is also in the last week of October. Cork also has a film festival in the beginning of November.

Basic Cork facts 

Before travelling to Cork it is important to note that the city centre is situated on an island in the River Lee and parking charges apply, costing around 2EUR for one hour during the day. Most things are less expensive in Cork than in London and a basic meal out is around 12EUR, with beer costing around 3EUR. The city also has two specialities, which is its exquisite cheeses and drisheen, which is a kind of black pudding.

Cork travel information

The 226A bus, operated by Bus Éireann, travels between the airport and the Cork bus station. Fare costs around 7.40EUR and the journey takes approximately 30 minutes. Single tickets for buses in the city are available for around 2EUR, a pass for day travel costs about 5EUR. All tickets can be purchased on the buses. There are bus routes that run to the suburbs. Taxis are more expensive and charge between 30EUR and 35EUR, and taxi ranks are readily available throughout the city with metered or standard fares. Cork is a very picturesque city and is also enjoyable and small enough to explore on foot. Cheap hostels in Cork charge around 12EUR for shared rooms and a 3 star hotels is approximately 90EUR per night.

Flight information: Liverpool - Cork

Outbound and return from £418.57
Distance 416 km
Departure airport Liverpool (LPL)
Arrival airport Cork (ORK)
Destination country Ireland
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