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Titanic Trail: Guided Walking Tour of Cobh

  • Duration: 1h
  • Live guide in English
  • Hour-long Titanic Trail guided walking tour of Cobh
  • English-speaking tour guide
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About: The Titanic Trail

The Titanic Trail is located in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland. It offers daily guided tours through the historic town of Cobh and Cork Harbour, which was the last port of call of ill-fated RMS Titanic in 1912. These insightful tours are among the most popular in town and have been enthralling visitors with poignant tales about the Titanic for over two decades.

The Titanic Trail
Mellieha Carrignafoy, P24 PW53, Cobh
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