Getting to Belfast
The venue is a short distance from Belfast’s two airports, Belfast International and Belfast City. It is approximately 160km from Dublin Airport.
Belfast International Airport is approximately 24Km miles north-west of the city. Flights from London and other UK cities, as well as Europe and the US, land here.
An Airport Express Bus operates from both airports. The Airport Express 300 will get you from Belfast International Airport to Belfast City Centre in about 30-40 minutes. The Airport Express 600 does the trip from George Best City Airport in about 10 minutes.
A bus service from Dublin Airport to Belfast is operated jointly by Bus Eireann and Translink. There are 21 departures every day the your journey will take approximately two hours. If you want to find information on routes and fares, visit www.buseireann.ie.
An alternative service from Dublin Airport to Belfast is operated by Aircoach. There are 13 departures every day and the journey will take approximately two hours. If you want to find information on routes and fares, visit www.aircoach.ie/timetables/705X.
From the city centre, the venue, which is in south Belfast in Carryduff, is a 20-minute taxi ride.
The costs of transfers are approximately:
Dublin Airport to Belfast City Centre
Belfast International Airport to Belfast City Centre
Belfast City Airport to Belfast City Centre
Belfast City Centre to the venue (Carryduff)
£20 in a taxi – ask the driver for the Let’s Go Hydro resort
At the time this document was prepared, Travellers coming to Northern Ireland do NOT need to:
Complete a passenger locator form
Show proof of vaccination status
Take any pre-departure or post arrival tests
This applies to all travellers, whether you’re fully vaccinated or not
However, if you develop COVID-19 symptoms on arrival into Northern Ireland, you are strongly recommended to minimise further spread by following domestic guidance to self-isolate.
It is recommended that you check the up-to-date guidance before you travel at: