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HMS Caroline: First World War Battle Cruiser- Admission Ticket

HMS Caroline: First World War Battle Cruiser- Admission Ticket
Duration:
90 minutes
From:
USD 16.13
Step aboard and enjoy HMS Caroline, a unique survivor from the First World War and Belfast's newest visitor attraction. Take your time as you explore this light cruiser, the only ship remaining from the Grand and High Seas Fleet. This hidden gem makes a great outing for the entire family and should not be missed on a trip to Belfast.<br /><br /><strong>Please note:</strong> HMS Caroline is a static public attraction and is afloat.

Belfast Black Taxi Tour

Belfast Black Taxi Tour
Duration:
2 hours
From:
USD 61.82
This tour offers a unique chance to travel with the original drivers who put their lives at risk every day during The Troubles trying to provide a transport service in their black cabs to the people of The famous Falls road and Shankill road. This riveting journey into the most recent conflict in Irish/Brtish history. Your local knowledgeable guide will provide you with an insight into the famous murals and epic peacewalls around Belfast. Your tour is transport based, travel in our luxurious classic London cabs.

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Belfast Airport (BFS) Shuttle Services


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Belfast Airport shuttle services are typically shared with other passengers heading to the same general area, such as a hotel district in the city center. Shuttle transfers are generally cheaper than taking a taxi, but take a little longer to reach your destination. Note that nearby Belfast Airport hotel shuttles are given on the Belfast Airport Hotel Shuttle page


 BFS Belfast Airport Shuttle Bus

 

Belfast Airport Shuttle Recommendations


 
IHateTaxis.com recommends the Belfast Airport shuttle.

This is a convenient and affordable choice of transport, especially if you are travelling in a group.


Belfast Airport Shuttle Rates & Fares


 
Shuttle Payment: Cash • Credit Cards • Paypal accepted if done in advance
  • Always confirm with the Belfast Airport transfer shuttle desk if credit/bank cards have any additional card fees.
Shuttle Tipping Recommendation: Not required

Belfast Airport shuttle fares to Belfast City Centre are:


1-4 people GBP 24
5-8 people GBP 38


Belfast Airport shuttle fares to Dublin City Centre are:


1-4 people GBP 95
5-8 people GBP 120


Belfast Airport Shuttle Details

Belfast Airport Shuttle

Belfast Airport shuttle photo

Belfast Shuttle Service provides a Belfast Airport transfer door to door service to and from the BFS Belfast International Airport.




 BFS Belfast Airport Parking Lot/Car Park Shuttle


BFS Belfast Airport parking is either nearby or there is no Belfast Airport Parking Lot or Carpark shuttle service available.


 BFS Belfast Airport Car Rental Shuttle


If renting or hiring a car at Belfast Airport, inquire with the car rental/hire company, either at their airport counter, via a courtesy or free phone to see if a shuttle is required to get to the rental location. You may wish to view additional details on the BFS Belfast Airport car rental page


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Last Updated: 23 Apr 2017