has promoted the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival, a highly popular annual event that will run from October 23rd to 27th this year.
The operator said that jazz fans "need to be heading for Cork" next month to experience "the reverberations that accompany the city's annual jazz festival".
Travellers can reach Cork by catching ferries to Dublin from Holyhead or using the Pembroke to Rosslare ferry service provided by Irish Ferries
and heading to south-west Ireland.
Jazz performers set to appear at the festival this year include Imelda May, Al Di Meola, Fun Lovin' Criminals and YolanDa Brown.
Gigs will be staged at venues including the Savoy, the Everyman Palace Theatre and the Firkin Crane Centre.
People planning to take ferries to Ireland next month will also be able to visit the Big Jazz Fringe in Cork, an event that celebrates the success of the main festival with club nights, concerts, food markets and other activities.Stena Line
provides ferries to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire from Holyhead as well as a Fishguard to Rosslare ferry service, while both P&O Ferries and Norfolkline Irish Sea
operate crossings on the Liverpool to Dublin ferry route.
Written by Andrew Smith