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Cheap Flights to Belfast

Belfast is the capital and most populous city of Northern Ireland. This charming city is known for its historic linen industry and still produces traditional woolens. Belfast also has an extensive shipbuilding past and is the place where the RMS Titanic was built. People come to Belfast to experience the distinctive culture and enjoy some of its poetry, art and music. Belfast International Airport (BFS) is the leading passenger airport of Northern Ireland and provides commercial flights from around the world. Less than a mile away from the airport is Crookedstone Conservation, which offers extensive gardens and green spaces to anyone looking to stretch their legs after disembarking from the plane.

Flights to Belfast

Belfast International Airport (BFS) provides passenger service into Belfast. The airport has one passenger terminal and two runways, which serve the passenger and cargo flights. Inside the airport, visitors can dine at some of the food stands, get a cup of coffee or tea or purchase some souvenirs from the gift shops. To get into Belfast, guests may rent a car and drive on the M2 Motorway. Bus service through Translink goes into the center of Belfast. Visitors may also use the Antrim Airlink bus to get to the Antrim Rail Station, which is located about 6 miles from the airport. The Antrim Rail Station connects visitors to Belfast, Derry and Dublin. Many visitors in Belfast enjoy staying in neighborhoods such as Queen's University and Castle Court. Near the airport are enjoyable destinations such as the Hollywood Golf Club and Ballymenoch Park.

Attractions in Belfast

Queen's University orchestra and opera company put on performances throughout the year on the school's campus. Recitals by the Ulster Orchestra are also a favorite activity for people visiting Belfast. Kingspan Stadium, home of the Ulster Rugby team, is a popular place for visitors to see sporting events and rock concerts. Titanic Belfast is the most popular destination in the city and is a monument paying tribute to the lives lost in the infamous sinking of the RMS Titanic. Visitors often stay in neighborhoods such as Castlereagh, Stranmillis and Sailortown because of their proximity to the many family-owned restaurants and shops in those communities.

Belfast Travel Tips

Saint Patrick's Day is a popular annual event in Belfast and usually includes a parade, special food carts and music in the central part of the city. New Year's Day and the Queen's Birthday are also major annual events. Belfast has major shopping districts including Victoria Square that is home to many international chain stores and fashion brands. Many of the locations for filming the television series Game of Thrones are close to Belfast and tour operators can introduce fans to familiar scenes from the popular show. 

The average cost of a meal for two in Belfast is about $85, which includes an Irish brew. Belfast has cool weather, with average July high temperatures around 65 degrees Fahrenheit and January temperatures around 44 degrees. Business travelers may wish to make a visit to Custom House Square, which hosts free music concerts throughout the year.

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