Cheap flights to Belfast
Belfast is an exciting and fascinating city with so much to offer the first, or even third time visitor. There are many flights to Belfast as well, making it an easy place to visit; and with great pubs and friendly locals, here is a chance to seek out the real Belfast.
So grab one of the cheap flights to Belfast booking through Vayama.ie and find out for yourself what this city has to offer in the way of interesting sights, stunning vistas, and chic restaurants.
The suburbs of Belfast
The Shankhill Road and the Fall Road are the places where art has taken over the walls and buildings. Further out, the Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens are great attractions for tourists. The museum houses local artefacts as well as temporary exhibitions ranging from dinosaurs to Ancient Egypt, while the gardens are awash with exotic plants and palms.
Cave Hill is the imposing backdrop to Belfast with five artificial caves, Belfast Castle, and Belfast Zoo down the road. Giant’s Ring is a massive circular prehistoric enclosure where bones from the Stone Age have been excavated, and which was used for horse racing during the 18th century.
So maybe before you catch your homeward flights Belfast will have embedded itself in your soul, proving there is beauty and interest in the city known as the ‘Big Smoke’.
More on the flights to Belfast
With Belfast being the capital of Northern Ireland, it has strong links to the mainland of the rest of the British Isles, and as such there are many business flights Belfast accommodates. There can be as many as 15 or so flights to Belfast every day from Heathrow so make sure you get the cheapest through Vayama.ie.
For all flights Belfast International Airport is where you will land in Northern Ireland. Once you have disembarked from your flights Belfast city centre is 18 miles to the southeast. Some flights to Belfast land at Belfast City Airport, which is just four miles from the centre. So now it is up to you – which of the flights to Belfast do you want to take when you have booked through Vayama.ie?