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    Vitamin D & Health
    in Europe: Current
    and Future Perspective

    05.-06. September 2017
    Cork, Ireland
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    Vitamin D & Health
    in Europe: Current
    and Future Perspective

    05.-06. September 2017
    Cork, Ireland
  • Revolution Slider
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    Vitamin D & Health
    in Europe: Current
    and Future Perspective

    05.-06. September 2017
    Cork, Ireland

Getting to Cork

By Air

Cork International Airport is the country’s second busiest airport after Dublin and serves more than 50 destinations. The airport is located just 10 minutes from Cork City centre on the highest point of the Southside.

To Cork City

From Cork Airport, you can take the 226 to Parnell Place Bus Station, the main bus station for Cork city.

To Cork Airport

The 226 bus departs from Parnell Place Bus Station to Cork Airport and then on to the nearby village of Kinsale. Bus Éireann provides a frequent direct coach service between Cork Airport and Cork City Centre and Cork Bus Station.

Taxi
The Taxi fare from Cork Airport to the City Centre is around €14. There is a taxi rank outside the main terminal building.

By Car

Cork Airport is just 8 kilometres from Cork City Centre on the south end of the N27 when coming from the North, West, or East of Cork and off the R600 when coming from Kinsale.