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Conventions in Cork are held in one of Ireland's leading venues: The Silver Springs Moran Hotel Cork. The hotel is the home of a versatile convention centre, with two floors and space for up to 1,600 delegates. The facility is ideal for trade shows, meetings, exhibitions, gala balls, dances, sporting events, and conferences. The centre features nine conference rooms, free Wi-Fi, dedicated events coordinators, sound systems, and is wheelchair accessible. The Cork hotel accommodation means guests do not have to travel for meetings.
Dining options in Cork include the quaint No 5 Fenns Quay Restaurant with a romantic ambience and outdoor seating. The world-class food is served in a cozy setting. For casual dining, Jackie Lennox's is an ideal choice. Delicious fish and chips, batter burgers, cheese & onion pie, and onion rings are on the menu. The Liberty Grill serves burgers and seafood in a casual setting. Cork hotels, including the Park Inn by Radisson have on-site restaurants.
When you are shopping in Cork, you will find a variety of local family owned shops and modern shopping centres. The centre of the city has The Cornmarket Centre mall. St. Patrick's Street is the main shopping street in Cork where you will find women's clothing at Lisa and Moderne Ltd. Dunnes Stores is one of the country's leading department stores in the city.
Landmarks and bridges are among the major points of interest in Cork. Notable bridges to visit include Nano Nagle Bridge, Daly's Bridge, and Trinity Bridge. The Bells of Shandon is a landmark in Cork where you can climb to the top of the tower and enjoy the magnificent view. St. Finbarre's Cathedral where you can see the Angel of the Resurrection, and St. Mary's Cathedral are beautiful old buildings.
The most popular spectator sports in Cork are football and hurling. Public venues for sports are Pairc Ui Rinn and Pairc Ui Chaoimh. Cork has Gaelic football as well as association football teams. Cork City FC is the association football team that has won two League of Ireland titles and plays home games in Turners Cross. Other sports include cricket and rugby. Five rowing clubs train on the river with rowing and sailing popular water sports in the city.