Belfast

All those things you think you know about Belfast? Forget them. The city is fantastic to visit. Rarely will you get a friendlier welcome. Throw in a fascinating recent history and great sport, and you have yourself a cracker.

Top 5: Belfast

1. Watch Ulster in action in the Guinness PRO 12

2. Visit the Interactive Titanic Experience 

3. Black Cab City tours of Belfast

4. Outdoor activities at Escarmouche activity centre

5. A visit to the famous Giants Causeway & the nearby Bushmills Whiskey Distillery 

 

Key Information

The Rugby

  • Tickets to watch Ulster in the Guinness PRO 12 
  • Fixtures with clubs in Ulster to test your abilities 

Coach

 

Travelling by coach from England to Belfast isn't as daunting as it sounds. Stenaline run ferry crossings between Cairnryan in Scotland to Belfast and also Holyhead - Dublin. So coach transfers either side of your ferry crossing make Belfast very accessible. 

 

Ferry

Travelling via ferry opens up Belfast as a destination to many, as crossings from Stenaline can travelling directly to Belfast from Cairnryan in Scotland. Also teams from the South of England can cross between Holyhead or Liverpool to Dublin and take a coach transfer to Belfast.

Air

 

Belfast International Airport provides the perfect opportunity for teams from a far to tour to Ireland. Long hauls can go via a pit stop at either Heathrow or Edinburgh. Alternatively, you can fly to Dublin and it is a short coach transfer up to Belfast. 

Park Inn by Radisson

A central and stylish accommodation, the Park Inn by Radisson Belfast suits the needs of both business and holiday guests. This sophisticated hotel is perfectly located for exploring all that Northern Ireland’s capital city has to offer. Close to George Best Belfast City Airport as well as Belfast International Airport, the Park Inn is convenient for incoming travellers. With bus and train stations a short walk away

8th April 2017 - Ulster vs Cardiff Blues

The start of the Easter Holidays - The Ulster Men take on Cardiff Blues at the Kingspan Stadium which promises to be a physical encounter as two giants of the Guinness Pro 12 clash.  

 

22nd August 2017 - Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 Semi Finals

The Women's Rugby World Cup Semi Finals day will be held at the Kingspan Stadium in Ulster on the 22nd August 2017. 

 

26th August 2017 - Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 Finals Day

Finals day for the Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 will take place at the Kingspan Stadium on the 26th August 2017. 

Useful Files & Downloads

Ireland 2019 Youth Tour Brochure

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