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Travel from Dublin Airport to Belfast with Expressway Route X1

Dublin Airport

Belfast

  • ROUTE INFORMATION
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  • STOP INFORMATION

BE BE T/L T/L BE BE T/L T/L
Dublin (Busáras) DEP. 07.15 09.15 11.15 13.15 15.15 16.15 18.15 20.15
Dublin Airport (Atrium Road, Zone 14 Stop 14) 07.35 09.35 11.35 13.35 15.35 16.35 18.35 20.35
Newry (Bus Centre) 08.45 10.45 12.45 14.45 16.45 17.45 19.45 21.45
Banbridge (Kenlis Street) 09.05 11.05 13.05 15.05 17.05 18.05 20.05 22.05
Sprucefield (Shopping Centre) 09.20 11.20 13.20 15.20 17.20 18.20 20.20 22.20
Belfast (Europa Bus Station) ARR. 09.35 11.35 13.35 15.35 17.35 18.35 20.35 22.35
T/L T/L BE BE T/L T/L BE BE
Belfast (Europa Bus Station) DEP. 06.45 08.45 10.45 12.45 14.45 16.45 18.45 20.45
Sprucefield (Shopping Centre) 07.00 09.00 11.00 13.00 15.00 17.00 19.00 21.00
Banbridge (Kenlis Street) 07.20 09.20 11.20 13.20 15.20 17.20 19.20 21.20
Newry (Bus Centre) 07.40 09.40 11.40 13.40 15.40 17.40 19.40 21.40
Dublin Airport (Terminal 2 - Departures Road) 08.45 10.45 12.45 14.45 16.45 18.45 20.45 22.45
Dublin (Busáras) ARR. 09.05 11.05 13.05 15.05 17.05 19.05 21.05 23.05

Key:

P = Pick-up stop only.

D = Drop-off stop only.

SX = Does not operate on Saturdays.

SO = Operates Saturday only.

= Operated by Bus Éireann

Please Note:

No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.

we advise passengers travelling to dublin Airport to allow ample time for check-in.

Customers travelling to Dublin Airport are advised to plan their coach journey so as to arrive at the airport at least one hour before the recommended check-in time shown on their airline tickets.

From Dublin to Belfast


Depart:
  • BUSARAS (DUBLIN) Dur: 2h 25m
  • ATRIUM ROAD, ZONE 11 STOP 1 (DUBLIN AIRPORT)
  • BUS CENTRE (NEWRY)
  • KENLIS STREET (BANBRIDGE)
  • SHOPPING CENTRE (SPRUCEFIELD)
    Arrive:
  • EUROPA BUS CENTRE (BELFAST)

    From Belfast to Dublin


    Depart:
  • EUROPA CENTRE (BELFAST) Dur: 2h 25m
  • SHOPPING CENTRE (SPRUCEFIELD)
  • KENLIS STREET (BANBRIDGE)
  • BUS CENTRE (NEWRY)
  • ATRIUM ROAD ZONE 11 STOP 1 (DUBLIN AIRPORT)
    Arrive:
  • BUSARAS (DUBLIN)

    Belfast visitor attractions

    Easily accessible from Dublin Airport, the City of Belfast has much to offer. The city itself is alive with cultural quarters, bars and restaurants, and a host of interesting and exciting places for families to explore, making Belfast a great base from which to explore the rest of Northern Ireland.

    Titanic Belfast

    Titanic Belfast

    Titanic Belfast is situated within the heart of Titanic Quarter, just a short walk from Belfast city centre. It's the world's largest Titanic visitor experience, exploring the Titanic story in a fresh and insightful way. Explore this iconic 6-floor building and its nine interpretive and interactive galleries, taking you through the stories, sights, sounds - and even smells - of Titanic.

    Visit titanicbelfast.com
    Giant's Causeway

    Giant's Causeway

    The marvel, majesty and mystery of the Giants Causeway is a must see for anyone visiting Northern Ireland, and is easily accessed from Belfast. This magnificent coastline's unique rock formations have withstood millions of years of abuse from the Atlantic ocean. To stroll on the Giants Causeway is to voyage back in time.

    Find out more on giantscausewayofficialguide.com
    Taxi tour of Belfast

    Taxi tour of Belfast

    Private taxi tours of Belfast allow you to see not just the murals but some of Northern Ireland’s most breathtaking country sides and coasts. It's a great way to get a tailored, private experience to take in all the sites and attractions in the area.

    See belfasttours.com
    Belfast Botanic Gardens

    Belfast Botanic Gardens

    Botanic Gardens was established in 1828 by the Belfast Botanic and Horticultural Society, in response to public interest in horticulture and botany. Originally known as the Belfast Botanic Garden, the site contained exotic tree species and impressive plant collections from the southern hemisphere, many of which can still be seen in the park.

    More information at discovernorthernireland.com

    Other Belfast Attractions

    Belfast is a truly international city boasting a fine array of bars, restaurants and entertainment options for visitors of all ages and interests. It's location also makes travelling out to other parts of Northern Ireland and taking in World Heritage sites such as the Giant's Causeway easy.

    For more, check out visitbelfast.com

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