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Experience the Best of Britain from Cork Airport

Experience the Best of Britain from Cork Airport

Cork Airport has a vast array of flight options for business and leisure passengers to Ireland’s nearest neighbour.

Cork Airport offers 10 destinations for those who wish to holiday closer to home.

The Welsh capital, Cardiff, is steeped in rich history, in sport and entertainment. It is compact enough to be able to visit the main attractions by foot – and so is ideal for a short and sweet city break.

Venture further north to Edinburgh, the Scottish capital. Famed for the incredible Edinburgh Fringe Festival, this city has so much to offer in terms of culture and atmosphere. The Scottish mystique and charm extends further to hearty Glasgow – the former industrial heart of Britain has an unrivalled music and arts scene. It is home to all of Scotland’s national performing arts organisations, such as the Scottish Ballet and the National Theatre of Scotland.

Flying to England from Cork Airport provides unforgettable and exciting social experiences in the likes of Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester and Newcastle.

The nation’s capital is still a major attraction for outbound travellers. London is home to everything that is inherently and famously British. This city has so much to offer to those who decide to visit and can be conveniently accessed via Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick from Cork Airport.

Finally, Southampton, the cruise capital of Europe, has an impressive cultural offering in the form of museums, music venues, art galleries, outdoor events and shopping options. The city also has a stunning 8km cycle track with awe-inspiring views of the city.

The list of destinations is endless when you travel from Cork Airport. For more information see: www.corkairport.com/destinations/book-flights

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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