Cork: Guided Historical Walking Tour


Follow the path of the river as you walk along the winding main road. Marvel at the Dork Opera House and enjoy the skyline of Shandon Cathedral, featuring its red and white brick belfry and bells across the river.
Continue past Carey Road to the Huguenot Cemetery and then Coalwell and Cornmarket Street. The National Monument, Berwick Well and Bishop Lucy Park are located along the Grand Parade, Cork’s widest street.
As you stand on the bridge that bears his name, learn about Nano Nagle’s extraordinary humanitarian efforts to educate the underprivileged. Afterwards, explore Elizabeth Castle, South Gate Bridge and St. Finbarr’s Cathedral.


Explore Cork with a guide. Hear legends about the traditions and past of this lively Irish town. Embrace architecture that honors Cork’s maritime heritage.

  • So it’s amazing how diverse the history of horror is.
  • Explore the historic stream that winds under the street.
  • See important monuments in Cork.
  • Learn how the city is connected to the maritime industry.
  • See the entrance to the old boathouse



  • City walking tour with guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Tips

Tour Plan

What to expect

Check out the entrance to the shipyard at Southern Mall, the city's main shopping center. End your journey at the main entrance to Cork's famous English market, Prince Street.

Meeting point

Arrive 10 minutes before the activity starts at the Cork Tourist Information Centre.

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Additional Info

What to bring

  • Weather-appropriate clothing

Know before you go

  • This tour will take place rain or shine
  • This is a non-refundable tour
Cancellation Policy
Free cancellation
  • Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund


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