Travel Information about Ireland and All other cities

(GMT)18 MAY 2017 APTE:  Blarney Castle is situated in Blarney Village which is 8 km northwest from Cork city in the South of Ireland. The Blarney Stone is without a doubt the most famous part of Blarney Castle. It is located at the top of the castle’s tower. Legend has it that if you kiss it, you’ll receive the gift of eternal eloquence.
Directions from Dublin
By Car: It takes 3-4 hours to get from Dublin to Cork. Take the N8 motorway and follow the signs south for Cork, then on to Blarney.
Public Transport: Trains leave for Cork on a regular basis. Check for further information on timetables. Or phone Kent Train Station, Cork; Telephone + 353 21 456 766 for bus timetables Aircoach: a bus leaves Dublin airport eight times a day directly for Cork, it is the cheapest way but can take anywhere from 5-7 hours depending on traffic. See for more information.
Flights: A flight from Dublin to Cork is the fastest route, taking only 50 minutes.