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Cork Airport Car Hire

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Main Terminal, Cork Airport, Cork, Cork (Ireland)
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City (5.1 km)
Kinsale Road Business Park, Kinsale Road, T12 Vfk5, M
City (5.2 km)
11 13 South Terrace
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Kent Train Station, City, 0000

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With a car, you can easily visit the city of Cork in the southwest of the island Ireland and learn about the typical way of life and the traditions of the Irish people. Nearly 200,000 people live in the second largest city in Ireland. Add additional 70,000 inhabitants in the surrounding suburbs. Throughout the year many sights and attractions and the beautiful surrounding landscapes and nature attract thousands of tourists to Cork. If you decide for a sightseeing tour with a rental car, all car hire companies that you have selected is of available are in the entire city.

Car hire at Cork Airport

The Cork International Airport offers the service of all major car hire companies locally, so that you easily can rent a car itself after landing on your website. Especially in the last ten years, the number of passengers at Cork Airport continued to rapidly so that soon the capacity has been regularly far exceeded a million passengers, and the only terminal was no longer sufficient. The Chairman is decided on the construction of a further Terminal, which opened in 2006. Since then, the airport represents an important starting point for travellers and tourists. Also regular flights to international destinations such as Valley Inn, Cairo, Sofia, Stuttgart are offered in addition to daily domestic flights.

The history of Cork

Especially in the course of the 18th century, the Cork city underwent great changes and evolved into an important economic centre for Ireland. At the beginning of the century incoming escaped French Huguenots from religious persecution in their country and settled in Cork. The influence of this French Protestants of the city was great and reflected even today in many buildings, but also in the streets and historical sites, which were named after famous people. Such as Christ Church or the Church of St. Anne, whose medieval Fassaden after the arrival of the Huguenots were replaced by a more modern and Georgian architecture. But in the end of the 18th century developed the city at a rapid pace. The greatly expanded port and many export contracts with other countries, including primarily the export of butter, Cork provided the economic high at that time in its history.

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