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Ormeau Avenue, Ormeau Avenue, Belfast, BT2 8HB, United Kingdom
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Travelling from Belfast to Dublin-do I need a visa?

by nugun

Hi,
We are travelling to Belfast in May with a UK visa(we're non EU Turkish Citizens).We also want to see Dublin by train. While crossing the border with train does anyone ask for passoport control&visa?
Thnks
Rgrds

RE: Travelling from Belfast to Dublin-do I need a visa?

by orlikins

there are no border checks.

Re: Travelling from Belfast to Dublin-do I need a visa?

by chrisisclub

The is no obvious border as such - so no checks.

Re: Travelling from Belfast to Dublin-do I need a visa?

by nugun

special thanks to both of you :)

Re: Travelling from Belfast to Dublin-do I need a visa?

by catherineneill

Merhaba, nasil sin?
there are indeed no checks but i would still be careful...there are always checks on the bus from belfast to dublin and i cant understand why they check the bus but not the train! but if you have your UK exit stamp you should be fine!
catherine

Re: Travelling from Belfast to Dublin-do I need a visa?

by nugun

Merhaba Catherine,
It seems you have been to Turkey and know a few words in our language :) If you need any help with your any other vacation in Turkey I would be glad to help you.
I wish you replied before cause we choosed the bus option and while getting back to Belfast after 2 days of stay in Dublin our bus stopped by the "garda"!We were taken to the immigration office. A bit afraid at first place but the guy was so friendly.He just gave us a document saying that “you should get a visa next time!” and he hurried to take us to the next bus.He even helped us to carry our bags!So for the one’s travelling without visa take the train!

Travel Tips for Belfast

The Cat Garden

by St_Vincent

Within the Cave Hill Country Park and in the grounds of Belfast Castle you will find a circular Cat Garden which is nicely laid out with a pond in the middle. The name refers to a legend attached to the castle that says it’s residents will only have good fortune provided a white cat lives there. This legend is commemorated in the Cat Garden where there are apparently nine references to cats, some obvious and some hidden. Personally I only spotted seven and if you want to see them have a look at my Cat Garden travelogue.

La Lea

by catherineneill about La Lea

La Lea, Belfast's most prestigious nightclub, threw open its doors in 2001 and has enjoyed enormous success ever since.

This unique, elegant and truly impressive space has a sumptuous decorative style which makes reference to both classic design and modern innovation, with a rich seam of the exotic featuring strongly too. A large Buddha head presides over the dance floor, incense burns, and exotic flowers decorate both bars in the main club. The eminently stylish and utterly exclusive private members' bar is styled to mirror the interior of a Bedouin tent.

Everything from the sound system to the lighting in La Lea is state of the art. The quality of the surroundings, in terms of both style and comfort, confirm that the designers (Dublin based firm O'Donnell O'Neill) have more than met the brief given them - to make La Lea the most beautiful club in Ireland. A strict door policy ensures that the elegant interior fills up with Belfast's most stylish crowd, who know that they will be well looked after by the efficient and friendly staff.

the apartment

by catherineneill about the apartment

just beside the city hall the apartment has become a trendy place to eat. queues out the door at lunchtimes to get in, and you cant reserve a table no matter how many hints you drop about having a powerful relative. quite ood at nights as well, although the bar downstairs is quite small crispy chicken strips with chilli and mayo dips. definately!!!!

A must if in Belfast

by fabulous77

Yes we agree what a wonderful city and changing for the better,with plenty to do we pack so much in to our weekend to Belfast,murals,pubs,shopping,titanic http://www.belfastattractions.co.uk is a must if in this awesome country.

The Belfast Wheel

by St_Vincent

The Belfast Wheel sits in the grounds of City Hall and provides passengers (if that’s the right word) with panoramic views of the city - well unless you have a fear of heights and have your eyes closed I suppose. Open daily from 10am to 9pm. Rides last around 13 minutes and cost £6 for adults and £4 for children. You can save 10% by booking online

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