Welcome to Cork, the second-largest city in the Republic of Ireland, located within the province of Munster. The centre of this beautiful, thriving metropolis is an island between two channels of the River Lee. As such, there are several flourishing quays and docks straddling the water’s edge.

What’s more, historic architecture and iconic landmarks are aplenty. Yet this isn’t all on offer. Indeed, throughout much of the area, there are dozens upon dozens of outstanding, quality-assured Afternoon Tea Cork venues. Why not pop into one today? You won’t be disappointed!

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Cork was originally a monastic settlement, later expanded by Viking invaders around 915 CE. Many years later, in 1185, Prince John granted Cork its charter.

The area was once also fully walled, with remnants of the old medieval town centre still visible today. It’s no surprise, then, that history fans will be hard-pressed to find a better place.

Meanwhile, those wishing to find a nice spot of lunch may enjoy stopping in an Afternoon Tea Cork establishment. What’s not to like?