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The Titanic Trail Guided Walking Tour

See the real buildings, streets and piers where Titanic passengers embarked & learn Cobh's history

  • 1 h
  • From 12 ευρώ
  • Meet outside front entrance of Commodore Hotel Westbourne Cobh P24 XT93

Service Description

A gentle guided walking tour of the town of Cobh in Cork Harbour (Titanic’s last port of Call) with departures at 11am every day all year. The Titanic Trail is an engrossing historical walk through Cobh, County Cork, exploring its fascinating diversity of military, maritime and social heritage. Brings you to see all the real buildings, streets and piers where Titanic passengers embarked. In addition, learn the dark history of Spike Island and convict transportation. Enjoy spectacular views of one of the world’s largest natural harbours. Truly amazing insights into the stories of RMS Titanic and Lusitania Fabulous overview of maritime heritage of Cobh and Cork Harbour. Gentle stroll among the architecturally preserved streets and buildings. Unique photo opportunities amidst stories of emigration and re-location. The waterfront town of Cobh in County Cork has a long and fascinating maritime history. Avoid wasting time wandering aimlessly around the town. This guided tour, which is created by a local historian, lifts the lid on a fascinating location of great diversity and interest. See key maritime sights around town, and learn about Cobh’s connections to the Titanic and Lusitania, and about the many millions of Irish emigrants who departed on ships from its port. Trip Itinerary Commodore Hotel Cobh Overview of Cork Harbour Lusitania Peace Memorial Former White Star Line Office Titanic Memorial Former Cunard Office St. Colman’s Cathedral

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O'Briens Depot, Garryduff, County Limerick, Ireland

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