DAY TRIP TO BELFAST WITH STENA LINE from £10 departs from Cairnryan in Scotland
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DAY TRIP TO BELFAST WITH STENA LINE from £10 departs from Cairnryan in Scotland

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Found 28th Oct 2014
TAKE A DAY TRIP TO THE COSMOPOLITAN CITY OF BELFAST TO EXPERIENCE THE WONDERFUL HOSPITALITY, THE SHOPPING AND THE MANY MUSEUMS AND ATTRACTIONS FROM ONLY £10 PER PERSON. NOW INCLUDES FREE BELFAST METRO BUS TRAVEL ALL DAY!

PRICES
Wonderful Wednesdays
Adult £10
Child (4-15 years) £10

Tuesdays & Thursdays
Adult £15
Child (4-15 years) £10
Family (up to 2 adults and 2 children) £40

Fridays - Mondays
Adult £20
Child (4-15 years) £10
Family (up to 2 adults and 2 children) £50

24 Comments

Bloody hell it costs me more to get to Belfast for work and I only live 40mins up the motorway.

As a native Northern Irelander I would highly recommend a trip over if you have never been. So much stuff to do here and the restaurants and bars are up there with the best of any other city in the UK, the bonus of Belfast and indeed NI is were pretty close to everything here you can get to anything in Belfast on foot or a short journy on a bus or Taxi. Indeed if you fancy a trip up the coast you can get there pretty quick.

No I dont work for the NI Tourist Board I am just happy to see NI given a bit of a positive light when sometimes what you are lead to believe on the news, rioting etc is very much over the top and very, very localised and pretty rare.

Might be worth putting it departs from Cairnryan in Scotland which for a day trip makes it quite a localised deal.

Original Poster

put in good deal for chritmas shopping

Anyone thinking about coming should wait to the Christmas market starts at City Hall (15th November)

Cairnryan, where the f. Is that? X)

Original Poster

dereklogan7

Cairnryan, where the f. Is that? X)

Dumfries and Galloway

Cal2222

Dumfries and Galloway


Oh yeah, I know where that is, thanks. Think it would be a great day out when the market is there.

The market is good but always VERY, VERY crowed. Worth the waiting though for a kangaroo burger and stein of beer :D.

Hopefully they fix the overcrowding this year. The man on the mic saying were was blockage didn't help.

Think steanline is doing same deal to Galloway from ni.

Donkii

The market is good but always VERY, VERY crowed. Worth the waiting though … The market is good but always VERY, VERY crowed. Worth the waiting though for a kangaroo burger and stein of beer :D.



£8 for a stein and a fiver a pint, absolute rip-off.

perrioli

£8 for a stein and a fiver a pint, absolute rip-off.



I wouldnt be doing it every day but its nice to get out, I think lst year they asked for a deposit for the stein glass too.

We have enough stag and hens coming here at weekends we don't need more tourists lol
Seriously though folks my wee city is fab and as Donkill says it gets bad publicity concerning riots but riots are seriously localised and our wee city is safest in Europe in top 3 last year

Xmas markets and georges market Close by have a wonderful atmosphere .. Reason it's expensive for a drink in xmas market is to keep riff raff out of marquee pubs on grounds of city hall .... plus music is provided

While Northern Ireland itself was beautiful (particularly the North/East coast around the Giants Causeway), I found Belfast to be incredibly dull. I ended up cancelling my stay there after just one night and spent the rest of the time up at the Giants Causeway.

Though I was there in Summer so didn't see the Christmas market, I don't eat out in restaurants and to me a decent bar is a decent bar (i.e. the nightlife in any major city is good enough) so if people are more into those things then I'm sure it will be fun!

From one terrible place to another!

Like all cities you need a local guide if you want to properly explore it..

benjammin316

From one terrible place to another!



And where might you be from you absolute tool?

callum9999

While Northern Ireland itself was beautiful (particularly the North/East … While Northern Ireland itself was beautiful (particularly the North/East coast around the Giants Causeway), I found Belfast to be incredibly dull. I ended up cancelling my stay there after just one night and spent the rest of the time up at the Giants Causeway.Though I was there in Summer so didn't see the Christmas market, I don't eat out in restaurants and to me a decent bar is a decent bar (i.e. the nightlife in any major city is good enough) so if people are more into those things then I'm sure it will be fun!



There is quite a lot of stuff now, there is the old jail and the Titanic centre 3 theatres and a good few museums. When were you over?

Donkii

There is quite a lot of stuff now, there is the old jail and the Titanic … There is quite a lot of stuff now, there is the old jail and the Titanic centre 3 theatres and a good few museums. When were you over?



This summer! I did see a good museum about The Troubles, and looking it up the old jail looks pretty good. I guess I just had overly high expectations having visited Edinburgh the previous week.

callum9999

This summer! I did see a good museum about The Troubles, and looking it … This summer! I did see a good museum about The Troubles, and looking it up the old jail looks pretty good. I guess I just had overly high expectations having visited Edinburgh the previous week.



I guess its personal preference in what one looks for in a city break, I live about 30mins from the north coast and 4omins from Belfast so have the best of it both :D.

Donkii

I guess its personal preference in what one looks for in a city break, I … I guess its personal preference in what one looks for in a city break, I live about 30mins from the north coast and 4omins from Belfast so have the best of it both :D.



Very true. I think I should clarify that it was dull to me and not an accusation that the whole city is completely dull. As I said, the North coast was stunning though, so hopefully I can come back and also give Belfast another go!
Edited by: "callum9999" 29th Oct 2014

Just moved away from near Cairnryan and in the 7-8 years I was there this is the best deal I've seen. Well worth seeing some of the sights around the area as in my opinion it is one of the most picturesque places in the UK.

Had an all expenses paid tour here in 1987 and have thought of going back over many times to see how things have changed since those days.

Didn't get much sleep, accomodation (where provided) was very basic and for some reason, we had to wear green most of the time..saw a lot of sights that your wouldn't ordinarily see...

Most of the locals were friendly enough...

benjammin316

From one terrible place to another!

lol

willuk22

And where might you be from you absolute tool?


you are right he is a tool he forgot to mention the racist d*ckheads found in abundance in Belfast !
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