Walking

Belfast City Hall Couple Walking

Walking is a great option if you’re wanting to see the sights of Belfast City Centre. Book a walking tour with an experienced local guide, or explore using our map.

Bus

Translink Goldliner bus

Translink is Northern Ireland’s public transport provider. Metro and Glider services operates in the Belfast area, with Ulsterbus and Goldline bus services connecting the rest of Northern Ireland.

Train

Translink Enterprise Train

Within Northern Ireland

Translink operates Northern Ireland Railways which connects Belfast to various cities and towns in Northern Ireland.

Within Belfast, the main train stations are Great Victoria Street Station and Lanyon Station (previously known as Belfast Central Station).

From Dublin

The Enterprise Train service connects Dublin and Belfast. It is jointly operated by Translink and Irish Rail.

Taxi

value cabs taxi tours

Taxis can be pre-booked by contacting a local taxi company. Some have mobile apps which can be used to book a taxi via your phone. Accessible wheelchair-friendly taxis and seven seater taxis are available from some taxi companies.

Value Cabs Taxi Service

Value Cabs is one of Belfast’s largest taxi providers, providing a professional taxi service and sightseeing tours. Wheelchair accessible vehicles and seven seater vehicles are available. A debit/credit card payment facility is available in each vehicle.

Taxis can be booked by phoning +44(0)28 9080 9080 or by downloading the Value Cabs app.

Bike

Annual Guide Cover Image 2018   Couple walk bicycles by SS Nomadic in Titanic Quarter

Bikes are available for public hire, with over 30 docking stations located across Belfast City Centre. You can register as a casual user or annual subscriber from £5 and the first 30 minutes of each trip is free. To find out more, visit www.belfastbikes.co.uk.

Car Hire

Rhino Car Hire

Renting a car is another great way for visitors to get around Belfast and to visit some of the many fantastic visitor attractions throughout Northern Ireland.

Accessible Belfast

Visitors using wheelchairs while visiting Titanic Belfast

For information on accessible transport options and advice, please visit our Accessible Belfast page.

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