Accessibility and Transport Links

Trinity Quarter is uniquely located in the very heart of Cork City, in the midst of an energetic international business community. A new exciting commercial quarter, it is exceptionally well-serviced by public transport facilities and within close walking distance to key locations with a series of pedestrianised streets.


  • 8km from Cork International Airport (10 minutes by car)
  • Airport is served regularly by bus and coach companies, as well as taxis and hackneys
  • Ireland’s second busiest airport, with over 2.1 million passengers across 50 routes to the UK and continental Europe
  • Direct flights from Cork to international hubs such as London, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Manchester and Paris
  • Direct fights from Cork to Boston from May 2016 and to New York from 2017
  • Direct flights from Shannon Airport to North American cities such as New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago (Shannon Airport is 1hr 45 minutes from Cork by road)


  • 2 hours from Dublin (M8 and M7 motorways)
  • 1 minute to N27 South Link, which connects to the N40 South Ring, the N25 to Waterford and M8 Dublin Road
  • 10 minutes to Limerick/Galway Road (N20) and the Wild Atlantic Way


  • 10 minute walk from Trinity Quarter to Kent Train Station, Cork’s central station
  • Hourly trains from Cork to Dublin Heuston
  • Regular bus service from Kent Station to city centre and Cork Airport
  • Sheltered bike parking
  • Ample parking space available at station