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Each year visitors to Cork can expect to be entertained with one of the area’s 79 ongoing festivals. That’s right – Cork has more than 79 fairs and festivals to choose from all year round, so no matter when one visits, they are sure to find something unique to enjoy.
A few of the more popular choices include the Sam Maguire Festival Weekend, A Sense of Cork Midsummer Arts Festival, and the annual Guinness Buttevant Arts Festival for the performing arts. Visitors are especially advised not to forget about St. Patrick’s Day, which in Cork is celebrated like nowhere else in the world.
Cork is the second largest borough in Ireland. It is a wonderful destination absolutely bursting with centuries of history, exceptional sites to visit and friendly people. This part of Ireland also offers visitors magnificent castles and many old fortress remains.
No matter what time of the year one chooses to visit Cork, they should not miss out on the opportunity to see the famous St. Ann’s Church and try their hand at ringing the bells. If nothing else, it is a spectacular place from which to enjoy a great city view.
Visitors also should not miss out on exploring St. Fin Barres Cathedral, which stands perched over the River Lee. This cathedral is so large that it can be seen from almost anywhere in Cork; it offers a chance to view amazing architecture that dates back to the origins of the county.