Getting There

The EuroCAMP workshop will be hosted by the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT). The meeting will be held in the Tourism and Hospitality building on the main CIT campus in the Bishopstown area.

The map below shows the main points of interest for the EuroCAMP in Cork. You might also want to check out the CIT Students' Union webpage for more information.

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From / To the airport

You can get from Cork Airport to the city center in two ways:

There is no train service from Cork Airport to the City, but there is a regular airport bus service. Cork's main train station is Kent station, from where you can also catch the bus to CIT.

How to get to the workshop

Cork City Map

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The CIT CCAD (College of Art and Design) and CIT CSM (Cork School of Music) are also marked on this map, but this is not the venue. This map is Cork City Centre and shows the main hotels, bus station and the relevant bus line numbers are also marked on the map.

Bishopstown Area Map

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The EuroCAMP will take place in the Tourism and Hospitality building, marked in red.


Bus Eireann provides regular services to and from the Bishopstown Campus. The No.5 bus runs between the City Centre / Kent Station and CIT. The No.8 runs from Mayfield to the City Centre and then to the top of Rossa Avenue, a few minutes walk from CIT. There are a number of Orbital services also available: The No.1 is the North Side Orbital and the No.19 is the South Side Orbital. All the orbital services stop outside the campus.


Cork is served by Iarnrod Eireann's Kent Station, where the No 5 bus can be boarded. Kent Station is about 10 minutes walk to Patrick Street and Cork Bus Station. There is also a taxi rank at the station. General information about trains in Cork can be found on the Irish Rail website. Trains from Dublin and to Cobh are also possible.


There is a full taxi service operating from the city centre. The taxi rank is located in the centre of Patrick Street. The fare to the CIT is between €8 and €10, depending on traffic. There are also several hackney companies located near the city centre.

Getting around in Cork

The Cork City Tourist Board has a website which describes the main means of transport around the city.


Please check the Venue and accommodation page for options in Cork.