Cork Sightseeing Photography Tour


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  • 90 Min Walking Tour
  • Camera Not Included
  • Top Rated on Tripadvisor
  • Meeting pointSaint Fin Barre's Cathedral

Cork walking tour packed with instagrammable spots

As the second-largest city in the Republic of Ireland (third largest in all of Ireland), Cork offers a vastly different flavour to Dublin and Belfast. Cork’s architecture is different, its streets are different, and the entire atmosphere in the city is completely unique.

If you’re visiting and you’d like to know all the best places to see in Cork, then our Insta Tour is a great way to scope out the best spots, capturing some stunning Instagrammable locations along the way.

You might also be interested in our Dublin Sightseeing Photography Tour, and if you’re heading over to Britain, we also offer Liverpool and Manchester Insta Tours.

Cork is famous for being the “Rebel County” or the “real capital” of Ireland. The locals have a lot of pride in their history of fighting for independence from the British and that they have an entirely separate identity from Dublin.

An often under-visited city, Cork is well known for its food history and culture, Jazz festival, and beautiful seaside towns near the main city.

The top Instagrammable locations show you the top Cork attractions, focusing on history, architecture, and churches along with the top foodie spots and more. For even more information, please feel free to get in touch.

What's Included

  • 5-7 spots on a city tour for 90 minutes
  • You will be brought to the most Instagrammable spots
  • You will learn how to take amazing pictures
  • You will be taught Instagram skills
  • You will hear stories about the local area as well

What to Bring

  • Fully Charged Phone
  • Umbrella or jacket, our tour is all outdoors and you never know when it rains
  • Walking Shoes




My grandfather introduced me to the world of photography. I enjoy taking photos a lot whether it’s of people, nature or landscapes.


I absolutely love how vintage and historical Cork is, thus I always try to depict that style in the pictures I take.
Cork guide Aimee Jacobs


I grew up in South Africa and moved to Cork after finishing school. I’m a creative and opened minded person who has a passion for the Arts.



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