Whether you’re planning on exploring the city on foot, by bike or by using public transport, the great news is that getting around Cork couldn’t be easier.
Getting around Cork
Buses and trains in Cork
Cork city has a great bus and train network, making it easy for you to see the sights during your visit. The cheapest way of getting around Cork by bus or train is with a TFI Leap Card, which saves you money if you’re planning on hopping on and off public transport a lot.
Cycling in Cork
Fancy getting a little exercise in while you’re sightseeing in Cork? Make the most of TFI Bike Share, a public service that lets you hire bikes in the city centre – you even get the first 30 minutes for free! Or why not bring your own bike and store it in your hotel room after cycling in Cork?
Walking in Cork
Stretch your legs and see Cork’s top attractions on foot. Following one of the four popular walking routes in the city – like the cultural Cork Street Art Walk or the more challenging River Lee Bridges Walk – is ideal for seeing the sights, or venture out of the city and take on a scenic hiking trail.