The main airline operating from Kraków Airport, the Irish airline Ryanair, launched new flights to Belfast.
Ryanair flies from Kraków to Belfast 3 times a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays). It is the second airline, just after easyJet, which offers flights to Belfast.
Belfast airport is the main international airport operating in Belfast in Northern Ireland, Great Britain. Belfast-International airport is situated 21 km north-west to the city centre. It is also known as Aldergrove, from the name of the village located just to the west of the airport. The airport handles, among others, transatlantic flights, including flights to Vancouver on the Canadian coast of the Pacific Ocean.
There is a bus line operating between the airport and the centre of Belfast (Europa Buscentre) 24 hours a day.
Belfast is the capital city (since 1922) and the largest city in Northern Ireland, which is visited every year by millions of tourists. The main highlights of Belfast are, among others, the castle, Anglican and Catholic cathedrals and the town hall from the beginning of the 20th century (called the “wedding cake” because of the ornaments covering the entire structure made of beautiful, white Portland stone). The seat of Queens University from mid 19th century is interesting due to the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry, visited by the admirers of the works of the Irish Nobel prize-winner from all over the world. Another interesting spot is Stormont – originally a palace built in the 18th century, which since 1922 has been the property of the governing authorities of Northern Ireland. Belfast is also the city where the Parliament of Northern Ireland has its seat. You can admire here many buildings from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Sir Thomas and lady Dixon Park is also an amazing tourist spot, where visitors can admire over 100 000 varieties of roses during the International Rose Exhibition. In Belfast there is a dock where Titanic was built (tourist can take part in the “Titanic's route" trip ).