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Short Breaks in Belfast

Belfast and the Causeway coast named as best region to visit in 2018.

After a decade of regeneration and investment, as well as some help from some of the city’s most famous exports, Belfast and the Causeway coast have been named by Lonely Planet as the best region to visit in 2018.

Belfast has successfully reinvented itself as one of the top-rated tourist destinations in the world and is fast becoming one of the UK and Ireland’s coolest cities. A colourful mix of art, music, history, great food and beautiful landscapes make it a must visit destination.

Our new coach luxury coach service between Glasgow and Belfast is the perfect way to take a quick trip to Belfast…

Glasgow - Belfast Luxury Coach Service £29 each way

The only thru coach between Glasgow and Belfast

Hannon Coach at Titanic Belfast

Services every day between Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station and Belfast – all seats £29 each way.

Titanic Hotel Weekend Break Packages

2 Nights B&B + Return Coach Travel from Glasgow.

Titanic Hotel Belfast

2 nights B&B in Standard Room + Luxury Return Coach Travel from Glasgow – £187.50pps


  1. Simple flat fares – no nasty add-ons – the price above is the price you pay
  2. Departure & arrival points in the Heart of the City (Donegall Sq West, Belfast & Buchanan Bus Station, Glasgow)
  3. No expensive airport transfers or airport parking charges
  4. Bring up to two small pieces of soft hand luggage onboard with you.
  5. No restriction on liquids in your hand luggage
  6. No paying for ‘extra’ legroom
  7. No hold luggage charges – bring up to 2 full size 23Kg suitcases per passenger
  8. Free WiFi the whole way
  9. Under 4’s travel free with an accompanying Adult
  10. We can accommodate oversized sports equipment (Passengers are required to contact us in advance)

Glasgow to Belfast by Coach


Includes baggage allowance, and all seats only

Single £29

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Return £58

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Belfast and Glasgow have a lot in common...

Robert the Bruce may have met the spider in Northern Ireland.

Robert the Bruce is one of Scotland’s national heroes, but it is thought that Bruce may have had his famous encounter with the spider in a cave on Rathlin Island, off the coast of County Antrim, which was reputed to have been owned by his Irish mother.

A long and shared history of travel between Scotland and Ireland

It is believed that the very first settlers in Ireland came through Scotland some 10,000 years ago during the Middle Stone Age.

The name Scotland is thought to have come from Ireland

Scotia, or “Kingdom of the Gaels”, was the Roman name for Ireland, but in the Middle Ages it also came to refer to Scotland, with Ireland known as Scotia Major, and Scotland as Scotia Minor

Bagpiping and Scotland are synonymous with one another. But did you know that as often as not, the World Pipe Band Championships have been won by a team from Northern Ireland? The Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band of Drumalig, a few miles from outskirts of Belfast was runner-up in 2017 and overall winner in 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011.

Scottish Banknotes are welcome in Belfast

Given that banks in Northern Ireland all issue their own banknotes, a constant complaint with locals is that their banknotes are often not accepted in England. So, the people of Belfast can readily sympathise with their Scottish cousins when it comes to trying to spend your cash. So don’t worry, your Scottish banknotes are very welcome in Belfast.

Shipbuilding Heritage

Belfast and Glasgow share a great tradition of ship manufacturing. The Clyde shipyards produced some of the great industrial steamers and warships of the 19th and 20th centuries, while Harland and Wolff’s shipyard in Belfast, of course, gave us the world-famous Titanic.

The famous Belfast dockyards are now home to Titanic Belfast, the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience and a must-see on any visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland.

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