Belfast International Airport can serve as your gateway to the rest of the world. With a variety of internal and international flights from Belfast each day, it is easy to leave the rain of Northern Ireland behind and jet off to catch some sun. The airport is located approximately 15 miles out of the city, and offers regular flights to many major European destinations. It is not to be confused with the smaller George Best Belfast City Airport.
Plenty of parking spaces are available, and it is much cheaper if you book online before travelling. If you would rather leave the car behind, there are bus links to the rest of Northern Ireland and dedicated services from Londonderry and Lisburn that ferry travellers to the flights Belfast offers. If you are travelling light, you can even park a bicycle securely at the airport.
If you have a little time in to spend in Belfast before your departure, it would be a shame to miss out on the sights of the city. Belfast is packed with history, and was the birthplace of the Titanic. The city is awash with beautiful buildings and places of interest. Visitors should ensure that they take the time to see Belfast City Hall, the Grand Opera House and the recently restored Albert Clock.
Once you arrive at the airport, it is easy to kill a few hours in the terminal. There are plenty of places to sit down, have a meal, or enjoy a coffee. Duty free shopping is also available, so you can browse for a book to keep you entertained. Log on to ebookers.com for more information and great deals on flights from Belfast to Birmingham.
Birmingham Airport is located 6.3 miles from the centre of Birmingham. The airport handles both domestic and international flights
Birmingham Airport has direct links to over 100 cities and towns via the free Air-Rail Link and Birmingham International Station. The airport is served by a number of local bus routes and long distance coach services. In addition to these services there are hotel shuttle bus services available.
Birmingham is the second largest city in the United Kingdom. Once viewed as a drab and grimy city, in recent years, the city has transformed itself into a vibrant cultural centre. Huge regeneration projects have changed the industrial landscape and canals into a cityscape bursting with hip night clubs, glamorous shops and busy pubs. Of course it is still left with some concrete monstrosities but the city planners have created plenty of innovative architectural improvements to help Birmingham make the most of its heritage. Cadbury's World is a mecca for all who love chocolate where children and adults will love exploring the history of chocolate. Birmingham museum and art gallery is home to one of the world's best collections of Pre-Raphaelite art. Highlights of the collection include works by Ian Edward Burne-Jones, Ford Madox-Brown and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts also boasts some masterpieces in its collection including works by Picasso, Rembrant, Schiele, Rubens, Van Dyck, Gainsborough, Turner and Reynolds.
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