You can get from Liverpool to Belfast by train, bus or flight.
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|Distance||144 miles (233 km)|
|Available travel modes||Flight or ferry|
|Ticket price range||£33 - £91|
|Fastest mode||Flight • £91 • 50 min|
|Popular travel companies||easyJet or Stena Line|
Take a flight or ferry to travel 144 miles (233 km) between Liverpool and Belfast. The most popular travel providers which serve this trip are easyJet or Stena Line among others. Travellers can even take a direct from Liverpool to Belfast.
The communities of these two great cities of the United Kingdom have much in common and the people intrinsically 'get' each other. Regular and business travellers will probably prefer the speed and convenience of flying, but casual or occasional visitors have the option of ferry or coach travel too. Given the topography, rail travel is not viable.
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|Must Know:||Belfast has an extensive public transport network meaning it's easy to get around for tourists.|
|Must See:||See the city by car with a Black Taxi Tour.|
|Must Do:||Visit St. George's Street market for great food.|
|Did you know?||Belfast has the world’s largest dry dock.|
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For the convenience of being able to take your car with you, the modern and comfortable ferry crossing is affordable and even luxurious. Stena Superferries offer free wifi, a range of eating and drinking opportunities as well as free movie screenings. The departures are up to six a day during the week with a reduced service on Sundays and bank holidays, overnight travel is also catered for. When travelling by sea, there are some arresting views of the seascape and the approximate midway point of the Isle of Man. Ferry travel will typically cost around £100 for a car, depending on how many people are inside.
Both National Express and Euro Lines operate a coach service between Liverpool and Belfast, this is slowest but normally the cheapest mode of travel. Coach services operate throughout the day and the journey time is approximately 8 hours including a ferry connection across the Irish Sea. The route takes in some stunning scenery across three countries of the UK: England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
With flights delivering passengers from Liverpool to Belfast in 55 minutes, travelling by air is by far the quickest way. Both FlyBe and easyjet operate departures from John Lennon Airport direct to Belfast City. There are typically six flights a day on this route.
You can travel to Belfast from Liverpool 2 different ways: flight or ferry.
Ferry services offer the cheapest way to get from Liverpool to Belfast. Tickets for a ferry cost on average £33.
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A ferry is about £58 less than a flight, which costs on average £91 for this trip.
The quickest way to travel to Belfast from Liverpool is by flight, which takes on average 50 min compared to other travel options that may take you longer to get to your destination:
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The Liverpool to Belfast distance is approximately 144 miles (233 km).
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