My name is Leticia, I am a Graphic Designer and Photographer in my spare time. Despite being born and bred in the marvelous city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, I am proud to say I call Cork my home now.
This lovely, quaint city in the south of Ireland has captivated my heart from the day I landed, and I must say it has embraced me in every single way. It will be a pleasure to pair two of my greatest loves (Cork and Photography) and take you on a tour through the most Instagrammable spots this city has to offer.
Natural photos are my thing, so I try to make the most of the natural light when I shoot the camera. I absolutely love how vintage and historical Cork is, thus I always try to depict that style in the pictures I take. I am looking forward to being your tour guide and helping you take some incredible pictures.
So don’t be shy, join me for a wander!
is a traditional Irish, multi-award winning Sweet Factory and shop located in the famous Shandon Quarter of Cork City. Sweets have been made at this site by the Linehan family since 1929.Our sweets are handmade, using traditional methods & original machinery, which date back to the early 1900’s. The process hasn’t changed much over the years and to this day everything is still made by hand.
(1790-1856), by Mary Redmond, erected 1892. Comprising carved figure on limestone plinth with ogee-moulded diagonal buttresses on two-stage stepped octagonal fossil limestone base. Moulded panels to four principal faces upper and lower stages, latter flanked by diagonal buttresses. Panel to south carved with commemorative inscription. Plinth sits on chamfered polished limestone stepped octagonal base.
has entrances on Princes Street, Patrick Street, the Grand Parade, New Market Lane and Mutton Lane. It is a covered market supplying mainly food produce, local and imported to the people of Cork, Ireland and many business through its time, such as fish, fruit, meat and vegetables.
Grand Parade was erected to commemorate the Irish Patriots who died during the period 1798 – 1867. Located in Cork City centre on an area where the Grand Parade joins The South Mall which is beside the south channel of the River Lee.
is situated near the heart of Cork and is the most recent ecclesiastical site located where the saint is believed to have founded his monastic school in the 7th century. The present Neo-Gothic cathedral, designed by English architect William Bruges, is made from Cork limestone and marble, as well as Bath stone. This Church of Ireland cathedral was consecrated in 1870.
Discover mystery locations on your tour, this will be decided on the day with the weather, fresh Grafitti, preference of the guests on the tour and new Instagrammable locations being found by our InstaGuides. You will find out at the start of each tour where you’ll find the best hidden gems.