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St. Colman's Cathedral (Cobh Cathedral) Tours

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St. Colman's Cathedral (Cobh Cathedral)
With its 328-foot (100-meter) spire and imposing facade, this large neo-Gothic cathedral—also known as the Cobh Cathedral—dominates the skyline of the harbor town of Cobh. The cathedral is famous for its 49-bell carillon, the only such instrument in Ireland and one of the largest of its kind in Europe.
Address: 5 Cathedral Pl, Cobh, Cork, Ireland

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Photography Experience Cobh

Photography Experience Cobh

I've been living in this colourful town my whole life & have been a professional photographer for almost 3 years now. This experience will offer you an insight through the lens to our little town, from the most 'Instagramable' spots, to some 'hidden gems'. It is worth noting that Cobh is not known for it's flat terrain! There are many hills here, & unfortunately I don't offer a piggy back service just yet. But I can assure you that we will keep it at an easy pace. :)
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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$30.19
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Shore Excursion From Cork: Including Blarney Castle and Kinsale

Shore Excursion From Cork: Including Blarney Castle and Kinsale

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Maximize your time in the beautiful city of Cork on an enriching full-day shore excursion to Blarney Castle and other historical highlights. Greet your courteous guide at Cork Harbour and travel through the splendid Irish countryside to the ancient structure of Blarney Castle. Gain free admission to the 13th-century landmark and kiss the world-renowned Blarney Stone for good luck. Return to Cork for a panoramic coach tour of the city’s sights; visit the charming town of Kinsale; and make a brief stop in Cobh, famed for being the departure point of the ill-fated Titanic, before returning to Cork Harbour.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$75.12
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$75.12
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Cobh (Cork) to Blarney Castle & Kinsale - Shore Excursion

Cobh (Cork) to Blarney Castle & Kinsale - Shore Excursion

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Make the most of your time in port on a shore excursion from Cobh and discover county highlights, including Blarney Castle, Kinsale, and Cobh Cathedral. Enjoy round-trip transportation for seamless transfer between dispersed locations, and gain insight into the region from your guide’s on-board commentary. Benefit from tailored departure times according to the duration your docking.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$73.08
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$73.08

Great Island Shore Excursion Cork (Cobh) - Small Group - Max. 18

Great Island Shore Excursion Cork (Cobh) - Small Group - Max. 18

Enjoy extraordinary panoramic views on board our unique open top mini bus which has a retractable glass roof for when the weather is not favorable. Go where the big buses can't go and experience the best Cobh has to offer. Discover the extraordinary island town of Cobh brought to life by your experienced local driver guide. Our Tour Includes: - Amazing Commentary and Stunning Scenery - Luxury Air Conditioned Mini Coach (Small Groups) - A Visit To The Magnificent Cobh Cathedral - A Visit to Cobh Fort/Titanic Memorial Gardens - A Visit to Lusitania Mass Graves and The Old Church Cemetery Our bus tour departs right from your ship in Cobh and returns back here again at the end of the tour. We are based in Cobh right by the port and have over 50 years experience. Our driver/guides are all locals and have lots of interesting facts, fascinating history, fun stories, songs and jokes.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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