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The buses around antrim are very well organised and run as often as every 15 minutes between local areas and to/from the town centre. The main bus and train station is towards The Steeple, past Tescos ;) Cost of a ticket to anywhere in the antrim area is around 85p
Of course you could walk, antrims never more than a mile or 2 in each direction wherever you are neways. Theres loads of taxis, especially in the town centre and it wont be a problem getting one if you prefer them(i do), prices between £2.50-£3.50.
The Tourist Information Centre is in the very centre of town on the Main Street, in the your can find info on trips, etc.
If your looking to go ferther afield(and you may well need to), then, again, the busses are very reliable and run regularly to all main towns and cities in the provence.
Updated Jan 2, 2005
I am no expert on matters greenery! But I can tell that the variety of interesting plants/wild flowers to see will keep those with real interest well satisfied. This is a spring scene along the cliff path on Runkerry Head. Behind the fence is cultivated land. Sheep grazing are a common sight up here.
Written May 4, 2005
Favorite thing: When you get tired of Belfast drive up the Antrim coast road. We stopped in the small coastal port of Carnlough 80 minutes drive from Belfast. In front of the harbour is a small cafe. Suggest you try the fresh soda bread, ham and egg with a pot of Irish tea. This is real Irish local food.
Drive up the coast, stop in Ballycastle, another small fishing port close to the picturesque Rathlin Island. We found Ballycastle an excellent place to stay overnight, before heading north to Portrush. Visit Rathlin island if you have time.
As you head not along the coast from Ballycastle you will see signage for Ballintoy. About 8 kms north of Ballycastle is Ballintoy harbour, a very small yet beautiful harbour. Stop here and have lunch at the small stone cottage. Try Irish stew or "champ" or shepards pie. A local artist will most likely be painting scenes from his red Mercedes van. Paintings start from 10 pounds sterling.
When you travel north visit the carrick-a-rede rope bridge, white sands beach, the Giants Causeway and Dunluce castle ruins, which has a farmhouse coffee shop right beside it. Take your time enjoy the views the smell of the sea and the friendly people.
Fondest memory: Having a pint of Guinness in Ballycastle with the freindly locals and having Irish stew in Balintoy harbour. Giant's Causeway basalt rock formations
Written Jul 7, 2007