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Departure Tue, 23 Jan Return Thu, 25 Jan
STN London
BFS Belfast
return from £56
Departure Tue, 06 Feb Return Thu, 08 Feb
BHX Birmingham
BFS Belfast
return from £53
Departure Mon, 05 Feb Return Wed, 07 Feb
MAN Manchester
BHD Belfast
return from £51
Departure Tue, 13 Feb Return Wed, 14 Feb
LPL Liverpool
BFS Belfast
return from £55
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Travelling to Belfast

Belfast Attractions

Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland, has transformed itself to become a thoroughly modern urban centre. Famous as the birthplace of the Titanic luxury ship and author C.S. Lewis of "The Chronicles of Narnia" fame, Belfast is fast earning a reputation as a weekend travel destination. Historically, the city was an industrial and commercial centre with a strong shipbuilding sector. Belfast is today a city that boasts well-restored Victorian architecture, modern art, an exciting food scene and an active nightlife. There are museums to be discovered, historic buildings to admire and haunts to be enjoyed for those visiting this vibrant locale.

Things to do in Belfast

Guests on flights to Belfast will love the urban makeover of the capital from carefully-restored buildings to new food joints. Stroll through town, admire historic landmarks, visit amazing museums or hit the shopping area. Arrange for short trips in the vicinity and enjoy stunning scenery. At night time, make sure to discover the pub and bar scene to enjoy a slice of the nocturnal action.

When visiting Belfast, be sure to:

  • Head down to the City Hall for its classical Renaissance style and architecture
  • Spend hours browsing at the amazing collections of art and artefacts at the Ulster Museum
  • Savour your favourite dram whilst admiring Victorian style at the Crown Liquor Saloon
  • See the Titanic Belfast, a tribute to the ill-fated Titanic and the maritime history of Belfast
  • Catch a performance at the Waterfront Hall, an entertainment and conference venue
  • Relax for a few hours at the beautiful Botanic Gardens with its diverse collection of plants
  • Go inside the neo-Romanesque St. Anne's Cathedral and admire its ornate mosaic ceiling
  • Watch a musical or a live performance at the impressive Grand Opera House
  • Wander through the underground tunnel of the Crumlin Road Gaol, a notorious prison
  • Admire the picturesque and gorgeous Belfast Castle, which has become a popular wedding and events venue
Belfast

Belfast Airports

There are two airports operating in Belfast: George Best Belfast City Airport and Belfast International Airport. The former caters mainly to flights within the UK whilst the latter for international routes. Both airports offer amenities and services such as shops, banks, restaurants and car rental.

  • Belfast International Airport

    Top Carriers

    The top carriers are: Ryanair, easyJet and Thomas Cook Airlines.

    Location

    The airport is located 18 miles northwest from downtown Belfast.

    Transportation

    The airport is well-connected to the motorway (M1 and M2). Airport Express 300 (bus) will take you to the city centre and back. The International Airport Taxi Company is the official taxi operator.

  • George Best Belfast City Airport

    Top Carriers

    The top carriers are: Aer Lingus, Flybe and British Airways. Both Aer Lingus and British Airways have been recognized as two of the Top 15 airlines in the world, according to eDreams Best Airlines study 2016.

    Location

    The airport is located 5 km from the city centre.

    Transportation

    The airport is accessible by car, taxi and train. If driving, use M1 or M2. Approved cabs are available outside the terminal building. By train, disembark at Sydenham train station and from there, take the shuttle bus service to the airport. The bus, Airport Express 600, goes to the airport.

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