26 - 29 September 2022 - Belfast, UK

Getting to Belfast

By Air
The George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD) is just three miles from Belfast City Centre. Aer Lingus, British Airways, Easyjet, LoganAir, KLM, Ryanair and Eastern Airways all fly to and from Belfast City Airport. The Translink Airport Express 600 bus service runs between the airport and Belfast City Centre and is located at the front of the terminal exit. Value Cabs service the taxi rank, also in front of the terminal exit - a taxi to the ICC Belfast takes about 10 minutes.

Belfast City Airport

Belfast International Airport (BFS) is a 30 minute drive from Belfast City Centre. EasyJet, Ryanair, Jet2, Virgin and Wizz Air all fly to and from Belfast International Airport. The Translink Airport Express 300 bus service runs between the airport and Belfast City Centre. The bus stop is located opposite the terminal exit.

Belfast International Airport

Dublin Airport (DUB) just 90 minutes away, has excellent rail and road access to Belfast and there is also a direct luxury coach to Belfast which leaves hourly. This airport has excellent routes throughout Europe and internationally.

Dublin Airport

By Sea
Belfast is easily accessed by sea, with crossings from both Scotland and England. Travel by superfast ferries with journey times from just one hour.
Stena Line (travelling from Liverpool and Cairnryan)
P&O Irish Sea (travelling from Cairnryan)
Isle of Man Steam Packet Company (travelling from Isle of Man).

By Rail
Lanyon Place station is a 4-minute walk from the ICC Belfast. The Enterprise Train runs a direct service from Dublin's Connolly Station to Lanyon Place Station, Belfast. Belfast <->Dublin trains are available eight times a day (five times on Sundays) and take 2 hours 15 minutes. Book in advance at www.irishrail.ie for the best value fares.

Other useful links
The above information has been taken from the Visit Belfast website, where you will find further information and useful links.