The city of Belfast is located in Northern Ireland in the UK. It is not very big and you can stay there for a week and see all the best attractions. The central region is small and within hours you will have access to the main buildings and important landmarks.
Dublin has a lot of parks with no entrance fee. The Phoenix Park is a vast green area in Dublin. The city zoo also falls within this park and you will find some locals practicing sports like running or just hitting a ball. You can find deer in the park that are already accustomed to the presence of the public and allows anyone to get close and take a picture.
Here are the available modes of transport from Belfast to Dublin.
Belfast To Dublin By Train
The distance between Dublin to Belfast on the railway is 103 kms. There are 5 daily and scheduled train trips from Dublin to Belfast. The travel duration is 2 hours and 10 minutes. The first train leaves as early as 07:35 AM and the last train leaves at 15:07 PM. The cheapest train fare for the Dublin to Belfast train route is € 37. To know all about the schedule and boarding point, check it here: http://www.raileurope-asean.com/train-tickets/journey-insights/article/dublin-belfast?lang=en&var_mode=calcul
Belfast To Dublin By Bus
There are no options for commercial bus transportation service between Dublin to Belfast. However, you have an option to rent a car or drive your own vehicle. The distance between Dublin to Belfast via A1 highway is 170 kms and the travel duration is 2 hours and 15 minutes. The approximate cost or budget for a one way long drive trip from Dublin to Belfast is US$ 21 (toll fees are not included).
Belfast To Dublin By Plane
There are two international airlines that travel between Dublin to Belfast on a scheduled basis. The shortest ravel duration is 7 hours and 17 minutes. The first train leaves at 07:00 AM and the last flight takes off at US$ 194. Check it here:http://www.goeuro.com/search/NTUyMTZlYTdiMjU0MTozNDc0NTIwNg