There are plenty of ways to get to the Belfast Port, for your cruise, including by car, taxi or coach. If you are travelling here by car, you can get your car parking permit arranged through us. For more information, see our detailed guide below.

Belfast Port Information

Belfast Harbour is Northern Ireland's principal maritime gateway and logistics hub, serving the Northern Ireland economy and increasingly that of the Republic of Ireland. The cruise terminal is 2.5 miles from Belfast City Centre. Belfast Port is conveniently located close to the motorway network off junction 1 of the M2 motorway, offering easy access from Belfast city centre and the rest of Ireland.

Belfast is a city with a unique character and history that sets it apart from other cruise destinations. Since the first cruise ship arrival in 1996, Belfast has welcomed more than 1,000 cruise ship calls to the city and almost 2 million cruise visitors.

Belfast Cruise Terminal, 48 Airport Road West, Belfast BT3 9EA

By Road

From Belfast city centre: Join the A2 towards York Street and turn right onto Dock Street. Follow signs for Belfast Port/Harbour.

From M1 (South): Leave the M1 and join the A12. Use the left lane to keep left at the fork and stay on the A12. Turn left onto York Street then turn right onto Dock Street. Dock Street turns slightly left and becomes Corry Road, then at the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Dufferin Road and continue onto McCaughey Road.

From M2 (North): Head east on M2, at junction 1B exit towards A2/city centre. Take Corry Road and Dufferin Road to McCaughey Road, then continue straight onto Duncrue Street and then onto Garmoyle Street before turning left onto Dock Street. Dock Street turns slightly left and becomes Corry Road, then at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Dufferin Road and continue onto McCaughey Road.

By Rail

The nearest railway station is Great Victoria Street Station. You will then need to get a taxi or bus to the terminal.