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Belfast, United Kingdom

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"Belfast & Rio de Janeiro definitely"  See More

"Cork Killarney Belfast Kilkenny Westport (Ireland) Wexford Galway City) so you could do some travelling by rail on your own, if you like."  See More

"Onze bonus city that is still england but on another island is Belfast."  See More

"Belfast or Kilkenny are two other great options and are accessible as day trips."  See More

"I'd just add a few: Camden, Damariscotta, Bar Harbor and Belfast."  See More

"Hi Alex , there is a great train and bus service between the two cities, the bus is slightly cheaper and takes a little longer, around 3 hours depending on traffic etc. its about £12 one way, however if you book in advance on the web you can get some excellent deals especially on return tickets. you can rent a cheap enough car which gives you more freedom and the roads are very good. >."  See More

"Hi Stephanie, most hotels in Belfast will be open and I believe most of them do Christmas day menus and Christmas packages."  See More

"Drive 60 miles north from Belfast and you will be at the Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland's biggest natural attraction."  See More

"We really recommend you drive to Belfast via the Causeway coastal route."  See More

"I'd also try and go north if you have the time - Giants Causeway was mentioned before and it's a great day trip from Belfast."  See More

"Do Belfast, Giants Causeway, and Derry in 3 days."  See More

"If you are going to spend 11 days in Ireland and you skip the extra nights in Dublin, I think you could easily add Belfast and Northern Ireland."  See More

"With another six, you can easily make it to Belfast and Giants Causeway as well as points in between, I would think."  See More

"Return to Larne or Belfast for a ferry to Cairnryan or Troon."  See More

"The one we did went up north to Giants Causeway, Belfast(including a black cab tour of the wall, murals and a brief history of the troubles) Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge and a couple of villages and castles on the way all packed into a single day."  See More

"Hi Scott, A lot of visitors to Dublin do day trips to Belfast and the Antrim Coast or the Cliffs of Moher."  See More

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