Antrim is extremely accessible, home to two airports, as well as Belfast and Larne ferryports. Rail services to the rest of Northern Ireland, and to Dublin are also available, as well as bus and a good road network.
Bus Services to and from Antrim
Long distance buses arrive in Belfast at Great Victoria Street Bus Station or Oxford Street Bus Station.
For more information, contact Ulsterbus (Belfast) +44 (0)28 9033-3000 or Citybus +44 (0)28 9024-6485, or visit www.translink.co.uk.
Antrim Rail Services
Trains arrive in Belfast from Dublin, Bangor, Portrush, Portadown, Derry and Larne Harbour.
For more information, see www.nir.co.uk or call N.I. Railways at +44 (0)28 9089-9411.
There are Enterprise services between Dublin and Belfast several times daily; for more information, contact NIR or Iarnród Éireann, +353 (0)1 836-6222, www.irishrail.ie.
Getting to Antrim by Sea
The Sea Cat provides the fastest crossing to Northern Ireland from Stranraer in Scotland to Belfast, sailing 5 times a day and taking 90 minutes. A Liverpool to Belfast service runs every second day with Norse Irish Ferries. Stena and P&O Ferries operate ferries to Larne from Stranrear and Cairnryan, taking up to 140 minutes and sailing 10 to 15 times daily.
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Flying to Antrim
Belfast International Airport is located 30 km from the city centre. There are flights to London, many British destinations, as well as Europe, and now the US.
Belfast City Airport caters for smaller aircraft and is conveniently located close to Belfast city centre. It provides flights mainly to and from Britain.
For more information, see:
Driving Distances from Belfast