Cork Food Tours takes you on a guided walk of the city’s long food history with tastings along the way. Visit the famous English Market which offers the best produce of Co Cork.Meet a Cheesemaker, fishmonger, sweet maker and many more local producers. Cork county produces 70% of Irelands artisan food produce – hear the story of these producers and see the best of Irelands fresh foods. Walk the lanes of the Old city of Cork and an included visit to the Butter Museum or Shandon Bells. This tour includes tastings but is not a full meal, but we are happy to recommend the best local eateries. If you have a special interest such as cheese or vegetarian foods we can edit the tour to meet your requirements for a group.
Your native Cork guide has been taking food tours in the city for many years and loves to shop locally in the market and cook local foods. Numbers are limited so this tour needs to be pre-booked.
Tuesdays and Thursdays 10.30am or 2pm Fitness level 2
Activities which include walking are graded based on fitness level needed for that activity into 5 categories. These are the grades given by the Irish National Trails Office to walks. Please confirm you have attained that level of fitness before booking an activity.
|LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY|
|1 Multi Access||Flat smooth trail suitable for all people, including those with reduced mobility, wheelchair users, for older people, visually impaired and those on crutches|
|2 Easy||Be able to walk on smooth surfaces, with some gentle slopes and family groups. Footwear must be enclosed outdoor footwear|
|3 Moderate||A reasonable level of fitness is required with Walking Shoes and clothing. There may some uphill climbing off road where the ground is rough.|
|4 Strenuous||Physically demanding trails which have some steep climbs for long periods (over 1 hour). A high level of fitness is required as well as specific walking shoes and clothing.|
|5 Very Difficult||Need to be very fit and a competent mountain walker with experience. The terrain may be variable and rough underfoot.|