Belfast, Northern Ireland's capital city has plenty to offer its visitors. Amongst its attractions is the Titanic Belfast visitor experience, the 19th century Crumlin Road Gaol, and the Titanic Studios where the Game of Thrones was filmed. For a top shopping experience, visit the four-storey centre at Victoria Square. As well as popular high street stores there is a variety of international food outlets based here too. For those that want to learn all about Belfast's musical history, take a trip to the Oh Yeah Music Centre and wander around its fascinating exhibitions.
Which airports have direct flights to Belfast? Manchester airport, Birmingham airport, Edinburgh airport, Bristol airport, East Midlands airport, London Gatwick and more.
How far in advance to book flights to Belfast? The best time to book flights to Belfast in advance is 8 weeks before the flight.
What are the cheapest and most expensive months to book flights to Belfast? The cheapest month to fly to Belfast is in January. The most expensive flights to Belfast are in July.
Days of the week to travel? The cheapest day for flights to Belfast is Tuesday.
What are the main airports in Belfast? Belfast International Airport & George Best Belfast City Airport
How to get from Belfast International Airport to George Best Belfast city centre? Belfast airport is open around the clock. For onward travel, passengers can catch the Translink express bus (route number 300) direct to the Europa Buscentre in the city centre. Alternatively, Antrim railway station is located 6 miles from the airport, and may be reached via the Antrim Airlink 109A bus.
How to get from George Best Belfast City Airport to Belfast city centre? George Best Belfast City Airport, situated next to the Port of Belfast, is a mere 3 miles from the city centre. Sydenham train station is a short walking distance from the airport, and there are regular services to Great Victoria Street and Belfast Central train stations. There are airport courtesy buses that operate between the terminal buildings and Sydenham train station.
The Translink Metro bus (route number 600), Metro bus 3A, and Airporter bus, run frequent services from the airport terminal to the city centre. The Airport Express operates every 30 minutes from Monday to Saturday. On Sunday the bus departs every 40 minutes. From the departure point, the Airport Express 600 travels to Belfast Europe Bus Centre in the city centre.
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An average meal in a restaurant in Belfast costs 2.8% less than in the rest of the country.
Prices in Belfast are on average 8% lower than in the other cities in the United Kingdom.
Public transport in Belfast costs around 23.9% less than the rest of the UK.
A night in a hotel in Belfast is about 13.6% more expensive on average than in the rest of the United Kingdom.
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