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Population 4609600 person

Area 70273 km2

Official language Irish and English

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Belfast How to get to Belfast?
Belfast International Airport receives flights from North America, continental Europe and major cities in the UK. Airport is located in 20 kilometers to north-west of the center. Another runway is the George Best Belfast City Airport in 6 km from Belfast which accepts planes from Ireland (Cork and Galway) and the United Kingdom.


By bus

There are two major bus stations in Belfast: the main one is Europa (Europa BusCentre) which is located in the city center beside hotel Europa and next to the railway station of Great Victoria. Buses departing from Europa station drive to Londonderry, Dublin and the west and south of Northern Ireland. The second major bus station, Laganside BusCentre, is located on the Oxford street near the river. Buses departing from Laganside are heading to Antrim County, Down Country and Cookstown district of Northern Ireland. There are information offices operating on each bus station (MON-FRI 7:45 am – 6:30 pm, SAT 8:00 am – 6:00 pm) where you can easily get regional schedule.

The company National Express organizes daily runs between Belfast and London (starting from GBP 35, 14 hours of travel, the fare on the ferry included) via Dumfries, Carlisle, Preston, Manchester and Birmingham.

By train

Trains to Dublin and all areas of Northern Ireland are departing from the main motor-couch terminal of Belfast on East Bridge St, which is located to the east of the center. Trains to Portadown, Lisburn, Lern ​​Harbor and Derry shuttle from the Great Victoria Station.

A ticket to the central station also includes a free passage to the city center (by bus).

Sunday Day Tracker (GBP 5) providing unlimited number of trips throughout the area is also available on Sundays throughout all Northern Ireland.

By ferry

The terminal of Stena Line, the company which is engaged in the transportation of tourists and vehicles from Belfast to Stranraer (Scotland) is 2 km to north of the center, on Dock St. Other companies transporting machines are based in the port of Larne that is 30 km to north of Belfast.

The company Norfolkline offers runs between Belfast and Liverpool from the Victoria Terminal which is 5 km to north of the center. The Steam Packet Company transfers tourists and their cars on the Isle of Man two or three times a week (from April to September) from the Donegall Quay Dock.