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The total driving distance from Cork, Ireland to Dublin, Ireland is 158 miles or 254 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Cork, Ireland. It ends in Dublin, Ireland.
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If you're meeting a friend, you might be interested in finding the city that is halfway between Cork, Ireland and Dublin, Ireland.
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Stopping in Waterford and Wexford before Dublin may give you a better idea of Ireland’s history and culture. Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city and is known as the capital of the Sunny South East of Ireland.
Founded by Viking traders in 914, the Waterford Museum of Treasures will show you over 1,000-year-old history and Reginald’s Tower is the country’s oldest urban structure.
Take a Waterford Crystal factory tour and find out more about 200-year-old traditional crystal production and purchase a souvenir from the world’s largest Waterford Crystal shop. Here you will find a complete range of all their products on display including rare items.
Drive through coastal villages in Wexford County and visit Hook Lighthouse, the oldest operational lighthouse in the world. You can visit the Kennedy Homestead, a cultural museum in Wexford dedicated to the Kennedy family legacy. John F. Kennedy’s great grandfather Patrick Kennedy was born in New Ross in Wexford County.
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