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A Hundred Thousand Welcomes!

Welcome to Cork City Walks. We look forward to meeting you on one of our friendly, informative, leisurely walks around our beautiful and charming city.

We encourage interaction and banter as we seek to share with you our love of Cork, its unique history, friendly people, colourful culture and Corkonian wit and traditions. We will take you on a leisurely walk around the compact 800 year old city, where you will experience the smells and sounds of the English Market, stroll the busy lanes of the 18th century Huguenot Quarter and wonder at Burges’s magnificent French Neo-Gothic cathedral.

Mindful that a healthy walk generates a good appetite, we will help you discover a variety of places to eat, drink, enjoy live music (ceol agus craic) and enjoy the best entertainment Cork has to offer during your visit. At journey’s end our wish will be that we have lived up to your expectations and that when you return home you will encourage family and friends to visit Cork by the Lee.



Thanks for your great walking tour. It was very interesting and I learnt a lot about the culture and history of Cork. I discovered several nice place and I met a lot of friendly people. Thanks again for the lovely tour.

Public Tour Guest

I discovered some lovely places like Cork English Market, Imperial Hotel and also the Trinity Church. I met a lot of lovely Irish people. I also learned many things about the culture and history of Cork. I really recommend this guide.

Public Tour Guest

I was fully impressed by tour guides depth of knowledge from St Finbars founding of Cork through Vikings and Normans to the present as well as future urban development, incredible breadth of knowledge. I also learned of a great many establishments around town that were new to me. Deserves 6-stars and in my opinion it should be he #1 rated thing to do in Cork City.

Private Tour Guest
Cork Walk Tours

For your information, the Tourist Information Centre has is now located at: 125 St. Patrick’s Street.