Thanks for getting back with some more details of your plans!
When traveling by coach you will not need child seats so this will indeed be the best way for your kids to get from Dublin to Belfast. Bus Éireann
operates a service from Dublin Busaras to Belfast Europa that would be perfect for you. Please have a look at their website for detail, they operate a rolling timetable so dates in August are not available to view just yet.Dublin
has plenty to see and do to keep you all busy, easy to walk around or take the hop on hop off bus
to visit all the major attractions. There are also lots of smaller towns and villages
nearby if you fancy getting out of the city too.
Once up in Belfast
, again the city has plenty to offer and also the City Sightseeing bus
to take you all out to some of the great places along the Causeway Coastal Route
It would also be a great idea to take a journey over to Derry~Londonderry
while up along the north coast. A popular thing to do is a walk around the walls and over the peace bridge. Translink
operates the train and bus service in Northern Ireland so again, check their website for details of times and tickets.
We have an approved accommodation
search page that you may also find helpful. I have pre-selected Dublin to get you started, please feel free to change the type and location from the drop-down menus.
I hope this helps and that you have a super time at the wedding and your time with us is enjoyable.
Again, feel free to get back to us, hopefully some of our fellow members and industry partners may have some suggestions too.