Great food market located in the centre of Cork city. Open as a market from 1788 and still thriving. When the British Queen visited Ireland in 2011, the English market was one of the places on her itinerary.
Quite a range here from exotic fruits, vegetables, artisan breads, handmade chocolates, fish and meat. Additionally there are numerous cafes in which you can take a pit stop.
The city is walkable, despite the hills! The best view, after Shandon, is from Audley Place at the top of Patrick's Hill. The hill is pretty steep, but you'll be rewarded by the view north and west, as far as the County Hall and beyond. Really lovely.
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