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Hi ShamrockDrivingJust leave heading for the M2 North to get on the motorway. It's well signposted on to and is an easy drive - allow around 1.5-1.75 hours depending on traffic/time of day.BusThe Goldliner departs very frequently from Belfast's Europa BusCentre (every 1/2 hour during the day). This will take you straight to the Bus Depot in Derry City Centre (Foyle St). I think the cost is around £15 return.
The route is the same but allow extra time for stops.There is also an 'Airporter' bus service which links Derry to the 2 Belfast airports (International & George Best City Airports). See for schedules,fares etc.TrainThe train is probably more relaxing and scenic but probably takes more time. I'm not sure about the cost or schedule and it may involve changing trains at.
Check for times and fares.Hope this helps! For - buses you need to go to, the central (and only) bus station.
It's in the north city centre, close to Connolly Station where the Belfast trains (and now the replacement bus service to ) run from.Jury's Inn is in the south city centre and it's about 1.5km/20 minutes' walk from there to Busaras. There's no direct public transport connection between the two, so if you don't want to walk you can either take a taxi or walk down Winetavern Street from Jury's and across the river to the Four Courts LUAS tram stop (about 5 minutes' walk.) You can then take the LUAS 3 stops to Busaras - it stops right outside.Here's a map.