Sunday Nov 17:

Due to essential roadworks, Connaught Road roundabout will be closed from 7:00PM on Friday 15th November 19:00 until 5:00AM on Monday 18th November, blocking access to the terminal from the west along Hartmann Road. A diversion is in place via the eastern access gates, located at the junction of Fishguard Way, Woolwich Manor Way and Albert Road. Please allow extra time for your journey by vehicle or take the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) instead.


At once a major business hub and bona fide party town, Belfast has defied all odds to become a thriving, bustling city.


Game of Thrones fans, whiskey drinkers and anyone with a passing interest in politics will be in their element, while Michelin-starred restaurants, museums galore and thriving nightlife make Belfast the complete city-break package.

Food and Drink


If you’re visiting on a weekend, head straight to St George’s Market for your first culinary experience in Belfast. This 19th-century market is regularly named one of the finest in the UK and is best visited on a Saturday when all the food vendors set up stall. Expect everything from oysters to a traditional Irish breakfast, with plenty of choice for both street food and ingredients to take away to cook yourself.


Belfast is well known for its old-fashioned pubs, many of them serving lunch before concentrating on whiskey and beer (notably Guinness, of course). The Crown Liquor Saloon is the most iconic pub, with its famous intricate décor, but also make time to visit the Duke of York to sample its huge selection of whiskeys and Kelly’s Cellars for a pint of Guinness accompanied with homemade beef stew.


If you’re looking for an upmarket restaurant, Belfast’s fine dining scene is blossoming, headed up by two exceptional eateries, Ox and EIPIC. You’ll find an array of cuisines available in the city’s many restaurants with a strong focus on local dishes and unique recipes. During your stay, try to taste local specialities, including champ (mashed potato with butter and spring onions) and soda bread.