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Getting Around Belfast

Belfast offers some alternatives for tours:

By Bus :
    Belfast has two bus stations. The main station for buses is Europa BusCentre. The smaller Laganside BusCentre, near the river, is mainly for buses to County Antrim, eastern County Down and the Cookstown area.

    There are information desks (7.45am-6.30pm Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm Sat) at both bus stations, also you can contact Translink for timetable and fares information.

    If you are interested in a coach service, National Express runs a daily coach service between Belfast and London via the Stranraer ferry, Dumfries, Carlisle, Preston, Manchester and Birmingham. The ticket office is in the Europa BusCentre.
By Train :
    Trains to Dublin and all destinations in Northern Ireland depart from Belfast’s Central Station located at east of the city centre. Trains for Portadown, Lisburn, Bangor, Larne Harbour and Derry depart from Great Victoria St Station next to the Europa BusCentre.

    If you arrive by train at Central Station, your rail ticket entitles you to a free bus ride into the city centre. On Sundays you can buy a Sunday Day Tracker ticket, which allows unlimited travel on all scheduled train services within Northern Ireland.
By Boat :
    Norfolkline ferries between Belfast and Liverpool dock at the Victoria terminal, 5km north of town. The Steam Packet Company operates car ferries between Belfast and Isle of Man (two or three a week, April to September only).

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