Cork

👥 Population: 200,000

🕑 Time Zone: UTC

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🌞 Weather
🗣 Hear from a local
🚈 Getting around
🧭 Where to live
🏠 Temporary accommodation
🍏 Groceries
📼 Travel remotely
👩‍💻 Work space

Cork is Ireland's second largest city located in the southwest of the country. Set on a lovely waterfront, Cork effortlessly mixes old, traditional buildings with modern conveniences. It has a small, walkable city centre so everything is close by.

Weather

The weather in Cork is classed as mild oceanic. There aren't many temperature extremes and there is plenty rainfall throughout the year. Summers are 15°C on average and winters are 6°C.

Getting around

Uber available

❌ no, use MyTaxi and local taxis instead.

From airport

Cork Airport

Bus: With Bus Eirann it takes 20 minutes from the airport to the city. Tickets start at €6.

Car rentals: Car rental options

Within

Bus Eirann

Irish Rail

Methods: Bus, rail

Live

Cork City Centre: Good for first timers and tourists. Plenty of shopping, dining and entertainment options.

Kent Station and Victorian Quarter: Good for people on a budget, central. Hip, trendy, lively nightlife and good restaurants.

Douglas and Southeast Cork: Quiet, suburban and affluent. Good for families.

Temporary accommodation

Airbnb

Website

A 1 bedroom place typically costs between €2,500 and €4,000 per month.

A 2 bedroom place typically costs between €3,000 and €5,000 per month.

Groceries

Markets

Mahon Point Farmers Market

Douglas Farmers Market

The English Market

Supermarkets

SuperValu

Tesco

ALDI

LIDL

Convenience stores

Centra

Spar

Daybreak

Travel remotely

Work space

To get you started quickly, we focused on picking one, cool, unique, and comfortable coworking space per location. Prices are for a desk in a shared space, for every day use. Expect dedicated spaces to cost more.

Coworking space

Plus10

Prices are from €260 per month.