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Belfast is famous for its hospitality and friendly warm welcome. To help you make the most of your stay, Visit Belfast has put together a selection of exclusive offers and discounts for conference delegates attending events in the city. Find all discounts here

The Venue

The 24th International Conference on Integrated Care (ICIC24) will take place at ICC Belfast which is located in the heart of the city centre at 2 Lanyon Place, Belfast, BT1 3WH.

How to Get to Belfast 

You can travel to Belfast by air, train bus and ferry.

By air

By train

ICC Belfast is within walking distance to Belfast’s city centre train stations.

Lanyon Place Train Station just a two-minute walk from the venue. There are eight daily Enterprise rail services connecting Belfast Lanyon Place Station and Dublin Connolly Station.

By sea

From Scotland, England and Isle of Man

Belfast is easily accessed by sea, with crossings from both Scotland and England. Travel by superfast ferries with journey times from just 1 hour.

By bus

  • ICC Belfast is in a prime location for visitors arriving by bus.
  • The two city centre bus stations are a short walk from the venue and there is a Translink Glider stop right outside.
  • The Aircoach bus service connects Belfast with Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre, operating over 10 daily routes.
  • The journey time from Dublin to Belfast is approximately 2 hours

By road

From Dublin

Starting out at Dublin Airport, the M1 Motorway is well signposted for Belfast; this is a toll road and there is one toll plaza approximately 31 km from Dublin Airport. Continue on this motorway signposted for Belfast.

Just after passing the city of Newry, the road becomes a dual carriageway (A1) and motorway regulations fall away. At the Sprucefield roundabout (approximately 137 km from Dublin Airport) the A1 joins the M1 motorway (signposted The North, Belfast).

Once within the Greater Belfast area, the signs will display as City Centre. At Grosvenor Road Junction (approximately 152 km from Dublin) leave the motorway and follow signs for City Centre onto the B38.

Accommodation

We recommend that you book your accommodation early to ensure availability at a hotel within easy reach of the conference venue. Please use the quote we have provided when booking your accommodation Hotel Accommodation Page.

Things To Do

HMS Caroline

Discover a truly unique and historic venue for your next event with HMS Caroline, considered one of the luckiest warships in history. The last surviving ship from the Battle of Jutland, HMS Caroline has been intricately restored and is now a floating museum dedicated to the ship’s incredible history of service in both the First and Second World War and later as a Royal Navy training ship.

Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast, named the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the prestigious World Travel Awards in 2016, is located beside the Titanic Slipways, the Harland and Wolff Drawing Offices and Hamilton Graving Dock, the very place where Titanic was designed, built and launched in 1911. Titanic Belfast tells the story of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to its maiden voyage and subsequent place in history.

The self-guided Titanic Experience extends over nine interpretive and interactive galleries, which explore the sights, sounds, smells and stories of RMS Titanic, as well as the city and people who made her.

Queen’s Arcade

Situated in the heart of Belfast city centre, Queen’s Arcade is home to a variety of luxury Boutiques and local independent retailers. Built in 1880, Queen’s Arcade is the last Victorian Arcade in the city. In 2019 after many years of planning, the grand building was restored back to its 19th century former glory. Take a tour and discover one of Belfast’s signature landmarks.

Ulster Museum

Ulster Museum is home to Northern Ireland’s treasures of past and present. Home to rich collections of art, history and natural sciences all set within the beautiful surroundings of Belfast’s Botanic Gardens. Discover new perspectives about Ancient Ireland, inclusive global histories, the Troubles, and whatever the future may hold. The collections of Ulster Museum tell the story of our shared experiences, connecting the dots around who we are, the past we share, and the future we are building together.

Belfast City Hall

One of Belfast’s most iconic buildings, Belfast City Hall first opened its doors in August 1906 and is Belfast’s civic building. City Hall App offers self-guided tours of our stained glass window collection, the monuments and memorials in City Hall grounds artworks and artefacts.

Ulster Rugby Game

Ulster Rugby have offered all delegates a 10% discount on admission to the below home game.

Ulster v Benetton
Friday 26th April 2024
Match starts: 19:35
Use the code visitbel10 for 10% off selected general admission tickets.