Flights to Belfast, Northern Ireland
Belfast is served by 2 international airports, Belfast International Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport (also known as Belfast City Airport). Belfast International Airport is the largest air facility in Northern Ireland and the main international gateway into Belfast, whilst George Best Belfast City Airport is the secondary airport mostly reserved for domestic connections within the United Kingdom as well as some regional European flights.
- Belfast International Airport is located about 29 kilometres from downtown Belfast. A taxi ride to the city should cost GBP 20-30 (SGD 35-54) and take about 45 minutes.
- Situated only around 5 kilometres from the city centre of Belfast, getting from airport to city is much easier from George Best Belfast City Airport. A taxi ride should take only 15 minutes, and cost about GBP 10 (SGD 17.73).
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Best Time to Visit Belfast
Belfast is blessed with good weather almost all year round - from April to September, expect pleasant temperatures that range from 8-15℃ as well as minimal rainfall. This is a great time for outdoor activities like sightseeing, hiking in the nearby hills and visiting the city’s pretty parks and gardens. If you’re into street parades, a good time to visit would be July - that’s when you’ll be able to catch the city’s annual Ulster Protestant celebration on the 12th. Expect exuberant activities like marching bands, bonfires and general merriment on the streets during this period.
Things to do in Belfast
If in Belfast, don’t miss a visit to one of the city’s most famous attractions - the Titanic Belfast museum, a commemorative shrine to the tragic cruise ship. Few people know that the Titanic was built in Belfast, and - as its motherland - the ship naturally has a special place in the city’s history and heart. Go behind-the-scenes to discover intimate details of the Titanic’s creation and downfall; the heart-wrenching exhibits include audio recordings from real-life survivors narrating their ordeal, as well as passenger and crew lists from the ship’s doomed maiden voyage. You can even visit the historic shipyard where the Titanic was constructed, Harland & Wolff.
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Airports near Belfast
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