Páirc Uí Chaoimh is conveniently located just five minutes from Cork city centre and 15 minutes from Cork airport. The venue offers excellent public transport links and 130 on-site parking spaces.
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Free car parking is available on site and accessed from The Marina entrance to the site. When you enter the site turn immediately right, drive through the double black gates and the parking spaces begin on your right. These spaces are located behind the North Stand and continue around to the back of the City End Terrace.
From the city centre:
Driving from St Patrick Street in Cork City Centre, turn right onto Merchants Quay/N8 and continue straight onto Andersons Quay passing Cork Bus Station. At Andersons Quay turn right onto Custom House Street/N27. At the end of Eamon De Valera Bridge turn left onto Albert Quay and follow the road onto Victoria Road. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Centre Park Road. Continue on this road for 1.5km – this road becomes The Marina (the river is on your left) and the entrance to Páirc Uí Chaoimh is just past the Lee Rowing Club.
From the airport:
Take the second exit on three consecutive roundabouts on Avenue 2000 when leaving Cork Airport. At the 4th roundabout take the 1st exit to join the N27. At the Kinsale Road roundabout take the second exit onto South Link Road/N27. Go straight through two sets of traffic lights. At the third set of traffic lights continue straight onto Eglinton Street. Turn right onto Albert Quay and go straight onto Victoria Road. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Centre Park Road. Continue on this road for 1.5km – this road becomes The Marina (the river is on your left) and the entrance to Páirc Uí Chaoimh is just past the Lee Rowing Club.
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Cork Airport is located just 10km from Páirc Uí Chaoimh and offers excellent connectivity to all the major European hubs including London, Amsterdam and Paris.
Irish Rail provide convenient travel services to Kent Station for anyone travelling from rail connected locations around the country.
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If you’re travelling to Cork for Tyndall Technology Days, we invite you to take this opportunity to see our lovely city on the Lee. Cork is a vibrant, bustling city set in a county with some of the most spectacular natural beauty in Europe. Cork is renowned for its annual festivals, with over 100 taking place across the county every year. One of the biggest, Cork International Jazz Festival, kicks off on 27 October 2017.