Port of Belfast
Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Belfast
(Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK)
It is possible to get to the city of Belfast quickly, as Belfast Port is situated near the city centre and is within reach of highly functional transport connections to the rest of the island, via rail, bus and road.
Travel by Bus and Shuttles
Laganside Bus Centre can be found just a short walk away from the Passenger Terminal. Buses serve local as well as long distance destinations.
Car Hire and Road Travel
You will find Belfast Port easily accessible by car, as it is located near the city centre. From west Belfast, the port can be easily accessed by taking the West Link motorway until you meet with the Falls slip road.
Hire cars are available in Belfast and rental companies can meet you at the port with a suitable car. Major companies have depots in Belfast, but we recommend you book a hire car in advance in order to take advantage of the best rates. Online booking services can provide the most economic deals.
Trains and Rail Travel
There is no railway connection to the Port of Belfast; however, there is the option of taking a bus from outside the terminal to Belfast Central Railway Station, which is a 15-minute walk from the Passenger Terminal.
Short-stay parking for set downs and pick ups is catered for at the Seacat Terminal. A pay and display car park provides long-stay car parking. In addition, long-stay and short-stay car parking spaces can be found at the Stena Line terminal. Rates are reasonable. You'll have to keep your parking ticket with you until you return to your car.
Travel by Taxis
Taxis await each arriving ferry. If a taxi is not available, you can use the free telephone in the terminal or you can arrange a Value Cabs taxi before your arrival.