Don’t you love a little break to the Emerald Isle? It’s so close to us here that you can arrive in just an hour from almost anywhere in the UK. With these cheap flights to Cork, you can spend two nights in the southern city of Ireland in January for an absolute steal!

Cheap flights to Cork

With these flights, you’ll leave from Liverpool on January 16th, and arrive back home on January 20th. That’s a whole four days to enjoy the city and take in the area around. You should definitely hire a car and go to explore the locality. Blarney Castle is simply stunning, and also be sure to drive about an hour west of the city to Gougane Barra. The view by the oratory is just amazing! Want to stay a little closer to the city centre? Then go for a visit to the grounds of University College Cork. It will really remind you of Hogwarts!

There’s also a great selection of hotels, BnBs and AirBnBs you can choose from to stay in. All you need to do is check online for the dates you’ll stay. Be sure you check out the restaurants and nightlife in the city. If you’d like some tips on where to start, be sure you check out my super handy travel guide. Sounds like a great getaway? Then get booking with the links below!

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