Transportation

Train in Bushmills

Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Railway

Trains run hourly between 10am and 5.30pm, departing on the hour from the Causeway, on the half-hour from Bushmills, daily in July and August, and on weekends only from Easter to June and September and October.
Ferry in Belfast

Stena Line

Stena Line car ferries to Belfast from Liverpool (England; eight hours) and Cairnryan (Scotland; 2¼ hours) dock at Victoria Terminal 5km north of the city centre; take the M2 motorway north and turn right at junctio…
Bus in Derry (Londonderry)

Airporter

Runs directly from Derry to Belfast International Airport (£20, 1½ hours) and George Best Belfast City Airport (£20, two hours) at least once an hour Monday to Friday and slightly less frequently Saturday and Sunday…
Airport in Derry (Londonderry)

City of Derry Airport

About 13km east of Derry along the A2 towards Limavady. There are direct flights to London Stansted (daily), Liverpool (twice weekly) and Glasgow International (four days a week), plus summer routes to Spain. Ulster…
Bus in County Antrim

Antrim Coaster

The Antrim Coaster has two services in each direction between Coleraine and Larne on a seasonal schedule. Stops include Portstewart, Portrush, Bushmills, the Giants Causeway, Ballintoy, Ballycastle, Cushendun, Cushe…
Ferry in Magilligan Point

Lough Foyle Ferry

The Lough Foyle Ferry that until 2016 ran between Magilligan Point and Greencastle in County Donegal was cancelled in 2017. It is hoped that a new operator will be found and the ferry will run again by summer 2018, …
Ferry in Belfast

Steam Packet Company

Car ferries run by the Steam Packet Company between Belfast and Douglas on the Isle of Man (2¾ hours, two or three per week, April to September only) dock at Albert Quay, 2km north of the city centre. There's no pub…
Bus Station in City Centre

Europa Bus Centre

Belfast's main bus station is behind the Europa Hotel and next door to Great Victoria St train station; it's reached via the Great Northern Mall beside the hotel. It's the main terminus for buses to Derry, Dublin an…
Ferry in Rathlin Island

Rathlin Island Ferry

Ferries operate daily from Ballycastle; advance bookings are essential. From April to mid-September there are up to 10 crossings a day, half of which are fast catamaran services (20 minutes), the rest via a slower c…
Bus in County Antrim

Causeway Rambler

Seasonal service linking Coleraine with Carrick-a-Rede car park via Portstewart, Portrush, Dunluce Castle, Bushmills, the Giant's Causeway, Dunseverick Castle and Ballintoy. There are four services daily in April an…