Train Ticket From Portadown To Portaferry

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Portadown

The city of Portadown and the Moneypenny’s lock and its warehouse was the original location of the export and trading history for Northern Ireland. It was on this warehouse where the economic development and livelihood of the city flourished and gained international recognition.

Train Ticket From Portadown To Portaferry

Portaferry

The Exploris is an aquarium and water park in Portaferry that is highly recommended. A visit provides an opportunity to see and feel a starfish, touch small sharks, rays, etc. All the explanation is in English and you can bring your own food or use the cafeteria if you want to eat something there.

Here are the available modes of transport from Portadown to Portaferry.

Train Ticket From Portadown To Portaferry

Take the Translink UK train when travelling via railway service from Portadown to Portaferry. The travel time is one hour and 20 minutes for US$107. For details: http://www.translink.co.uk/Services/Enterprise/Routes--Timetables/All-Timetables/

Train Ticket From Portadown To Portaferry

Bus Ticket From Portadown To Portaferry

The distance between Portadown to Portaferry is 94 km. Travelling by road begins with a bus ride from Portadown to Belfast via the Bus Eireann. Once you reach Belfast City, you have an option to take a 45 minute taxi ride that will bring you from Belfast to Portaferry. The travel time is one hour and 30 minutes for US$135. For details: http://www.buseireann.ie/

If you choose to drive from Portadown to Portaferry, the travel time is one hour.

Airplane Ticket From Portadown To Portaferry

There is no flight service for this route. 

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