Warm welcome to all from the historic and colorful town of Cobh!
Whether you are arriving from neighbouring Irish counties or international travel, Cobh is an easy to access town if you are driving or commuting. If you are taking public transpo or a budget traveler, you are best served if you catch a ride from Cork City. Cork, Dublin and Shannon Airports have direct buses or trains to Cork City that would link your travel to Cobh.
The Great Island of Cobh is surrounded by a body of water from Cork Harbour and is connected by a stone bridge. This is the main entry point for many arriving by car and other land and private vehicles to the town of Cobh.
If you are driving a rental or on a taxi from Cork City, the travel distance is 22.1 km and travel time is 30-45 minutes.
From delivering mails and goods in the 1800s, the Cobh railway has been a big part of transportation to the port town. Nowadays, the Cobh train is a vital public transport for local commuters and cruise vacationers to Cork City.
If you are at the City Centre, you can catch the train at Kent Station and board the service to Cobh.
For timetables, routes, fares and other infos, visit the Irish Rail website here.
Cobh Connect is a bus line that takes locals and visitors straight from Cork City to Cobh and vise versa. Starting at City Centre at Patricks Quay, the bus has many stops in Cobh to drop off commuters to their destination.
For routes, timetables, fares and other infos, visit their website here.
People also has the option to take the Cross-River Ferry from Glenbrook Passage West Pier. The ferry can carry your vehicle and bicycle and is a convenient way to travel to Cobh especially if you are working in nearby areas.
For timetables, locations, tickets, fares and other infos, visit Cross River Ferries website here.
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