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Travel from Dublin Airport to Belfast and Newry, or from Belfast and Newry to Dublin Airport with Expressway in under two and a half hours. With more booking options, priority boarding, and mobile tickets making it quicker and easier to hop on board, our luxury coaches will get you to and from Dublin Airport conveniently and in comfort. Online booking is advised as seats are limited on this route.
Expressway Routes X1, X2a, and X5 arrive into Dublin Airport just a two-minute walk from the terminal building. From Dublin, the X1 and X2a arrive into Europa Bus Centre in Belfast city centre, while the X5 terminates in Newry.
Services in Northern Ireland are provided in partnership with Translink, Northern Ireland’s public transport authority. For onward transfers to Belfast City Airport, Ulsterbus provides a frequent service from Europa Bus Centre.
P = Pick-up stop only.
D = Drop-off stop only.
SX = Does not operate on Saturdays.
SO = Operates Saturday only.
BÉ = Operated by Bus Éireann
No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.
we advise passengers travelling to dublin Airport to allow ample time for check-in.
Customers travelling to Dublin Airport are advised to plan their coach journey so as to arrive at the airport at least one hour before the recommended check-in time shown on their airline tickets.
Belfast is alive with culture, with a vibrant bar scene, independent restaurants nestled alongside household names, and a wealth of exciting attractions for individual travellers and families alike. With a plethora of accommodation options, Belfast also makes a great base from which to explore the rest of Northern Ireland.
At the heart of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, an urban waterfront playground just a short walk from the city centre, Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience. Explore the history of the largest moving object ever built in a fresh, insightful way and experience the stories, sights, sounds, and even smells, of the greatest ship in history.
For more information, visit titanicbelfast.com.
Winter is coming! Immerse yourself in the wilds of Westeros and tour real-life locations from your favourite TV show. Northern Ireland was chosen as a key filming location for the epic HBO series because of its stunning scenery: ancient forests, wild sea cliffs, rocky beaches, caves, and crumbling medieval ruins. Go on location at Winterfell, or visit Renly’s camp, the Dark Hedges, and the Iron Islands - and make the most of every photo op with authentic props like Stark and Ironborn banners, swords, and cloaks.
W5 is an award-winning science and discovery centre, the perfect day out for the whole family. With over 250 interactive exhibits, W5 provides a unique experience for visitors of all ages, with a changing programme of temporary exhibitions and events in addition to the permanent exhibits. A daily programme of live science demonstrations and shows adds to the fun.
Historic Belfast City Hall opened its doors over 100 years ago. The permanent visitor exhibition offers a journey through the history of Belfast, with multilingual audio guides available, and visitors can also avail of daily free public tours. The beautiful grounds are home to the Titanic Memorial Gardens that name every victim of the 1912 disaster, and are the perfect place for a picnic.
With a five-star rating from over 5,000 TripAdvisor reviews, you’ll be in good hands with Paddy Campbell’s famous black taxi tours of Belfast. Take in the historical sites of the city, from the infamous Peaceline to political murals on either side of the divide, and learn all about the Troubles from guides who lived through them and experienced the conflict firsthand.
Established in 1828, the Botanic Gardens are an important part of the city’s Victorian heritage and are home to exotic tree species and impressive plant collections. Regularly hosting concerts, festivals, and other events, the park is a popular meeting place for tourists as well as students and local residents. Entry is free of charge, and other attractions include the Palm House and the Tropical Ravine.
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