How to get to UCC

How to get to UCC

TRAVEL TO CORK AND UCC

Please see the following website for transport options to Cork and directions from the city centre to the university (the University is located 0.5 miles west of the city):

http://www.ucc.ie/en/visitors/.

Cork airport is located 8km from Cork city centre.

The following website provides information on destinations served by Cork airport:

http://www.corkairport.com/flight_info/..

ACCOMMODATION IN CORK

The following website provides information on places to stay in Cork:

http://conferencing.ucc.ie/AlternativeAccomodation.htm.

MEETING LOCATION

The meeting will take place in Boole 1 lecture theatre, which is located in the Boole Basement (directly west of the Boole library). See the following map for further details:

http://www.ucc.ie/en/visitors/maps/.

PARKING AT UCC

Parking is limited around UCC, but the car parks at Perrott’s Inch and Perrott’s Avenue will be open..

Perrott’s Inch is the most northerly car park on the following map: http://www.ucc.ie/en/visitors/parking/

(Located off Western Road, north of river Lee)..

Perrott’s Avenue is the most southerly car park on the following map: http://www.ucc.ie/en/visitors/parking/ 

(Located off College Road, south of Boole library and O’Rahilly building).

Car parking is available at both car parks at an hourly rate. If you require parking, you are advised to arrive early. There is often a lot of activity around the University on a Saturday, and the car parks are likely to be full by around 9.30-10am.

Disc parking (usually two-hour time limit, check street signs for details) is also available on the streets around the University (discs are available in local shops).

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