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  1. 2 females on board the Enterprise train that operates between Belfast and Dublin. They are sitting at window seats, chatting across a table, with their shopping bags in the aisle seat.

    Northern Ireland is easily accessible by air, sea, road and rail. With 3 airports, sea ports and a network of motorways, it has never been easier to get to Northern Ireland. What are you waiting for? 

    25 Jun 2020
  2. A blue Volkswagen Campervan driving along a tree lined path in the grounds of Castle Ward in Strangford, County Down.

    With good roads, great public transport and a range of discount passes, getting around Northern Ireland is a doddle. 

    25 Jun 2020
  3. Close up through the driver side window of a bearded male driving a van while a female passenger looks on, smiling.

    Driving in Northern Ireland (NI) is governed by rules set out in the Highway Code and you may find it useful to refer to the Code to better understand how driving here may differ from your own location.

    25 Jun 2020
  4. Vehicle Hire
    Making your way around Northern Ireland by road couldn’t be easier. You can bring your own car on the ferries, or hire one from your point of entry.
  5. Maps & Brochures
    Where would you be going without a map? While it’s easy to find your way around Northern Ireland – and getting lost in the Sperrins or Mournes is more likely to lead you to a magical discovery of a place you didn’t know existed – a map or brochure will make your trip even easier.
  6. Visitor Information Centres
    You’re never alone in Northern Ireland! As the local experts we’ve got a wealth of visitor information to share with you - inspiration on what to do, where to go, where to eat and drink and, of course, where to stay when you’re here in Northern Ireland.
  7. 2 male concierge wearing dark grey suits with black top hats, standing outside the main entrance and welcoming you to the 5 star Fitzwilliam Hotel in Belfast.

    In Northern Ireland, looking after everyone as well as possible is just in our nature. That’s why we want do everything we can to help you prepare for your visit here, ensuring it’s as enjoyable, comfortable, inspirational and memorable as can be.  Find out more about our star grading and welcome schemes.

    25 Jun 2020
  8. BREXIT
    Brexit: Current Information
    Click below for guidance for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens visiting the UK.
  9. Belfast City Hall at night, illuminated in blue lights

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    25 Jun 2020
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