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“There’s a lot more to the Irish stout than what’s offered in a pint of Guinness,” says “The World Atlas of Beer” co-author Stephen Beaumont. And where you are in Ireland determines what beer you drink.

From strolling around Fitzgerald Park to ringing the famous bells of Shandon, Traveler associate editor Susan O’Keefe found a great variety of diversions in Cork city–and never once felt like a stranger. “Corkonians are friendly and engaging,” Susan says. “They’re proud of their Celtic heritage and enjoy telling stories. Just pull up a chair at a pub and listen.” Here, she shares her discoveries in the city and beyond.