Take off for Southern Ireland
With a Nice-Cork flight, a little less than 3 hours flight time will give you a real change of “Eire”! Forget everything you think you know about Ireland: Dublin, the capital; Belfast the British; even Giant's Causeway. Here, without losing any of its Celtic charm, the country of Saint Patrick shows you another, more romantic side. With a flight from Nice to Cork , Ireland has all the allure of Venice, the flavour of the French countryside, the taste of History and even a whiff of Silicon Valley. And it wears it well!
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The formalities for travelling to Cork
Entry requirements: While it is European, Ireland is not part of the Schengen Territories. This means you’ll need to go through customs, carrying your valid passport or identity card.
Currency: in Cork you’ll be paying for your pints of Murphy's in Euro.
Your Nice-Cork direct flight
It’s easy! Aer Lingus, at Nice, always takes off for Ireland from Terminal 1. If you have your boarding pass and you are travelling with hand luggage only, arrive at the airport one and a half hours before departure. This will allow you to pass through security check and customs stress-free. However, if you need to check a bag or collect your ticket, allow an extra quarter of an hour.
Departure airport Nice Côte d’Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 1 Arrival airport Cork Airport
What to do in
Cork is Ireland's 2nd largest city and its economic hub. Many multinationals like Apple and Pfizer - inventor of Viagra - have made it their home, bringing with them modernity and prosperity, energising the region. For all that, this city isn’t just for business travellers! It’s also perfect for tourists. It has so much to offer! Built partially on an island with rivers and canals flowing through it, it’s incredibly charming and perhaps one of the loveliest of seaside cities. It’s also full of impressive history. And finally, it’s bathed in an ambiance of youth, joy, and friendliness. Proof that it's really and truly Irish!
Regular flights Nice - Cork ORK
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Frequently asked questions
How long is a Nice-Cork flight?
The average flight time between Nice and Cork is 2 hours 50 minutes.
Which airlines provide direct service from Nice to Cork?
Aer Lingus will fly you to the South of Ireland.
How many Nice-Cork flights are there per week?
During high season, Aer Lingus offers two flights per week to Cork.
How much does a Nice-Cork flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Cork return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 342€ .
What is the time difference between Nice and Cork?
Nice is an hour ahead of Cork. When it is midday on Nice’s Promenade des Anglais, it is only 11 in the morning on the shores of the Lee.
What is the best time of year to visit Cork?
It's no secret: Ireland is green because Ireland is wet. And the heart of Eire is more than chilly from autumn to early spring. Wait for summer to come around before visiting the city so you can get a real taste of the wild delights of the region. While the ocean can be rough even at the height of summer, you’ll have more of a chance of avoiding high waves and winds when you visit the coast, coves, and islands.