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Belfast is actually part of the United Kingdom but I would strongly advise you to get UK travel insurance. Domestic travel can go wrong just as easily as international travel. www.insuremore.co.uk is a good place to find UK travel insurance at a reasonable price.
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yes if ouside of the country even though i come from the main land uk
Both countries are UK so no. Best to travel with one anyway for the airport security ID checks that are unrelated to passport control.
No. It is an internal journey
yes it does, just like everywhere else To clarify that: Not for the country itself as Belfast is in Ulster, part of the UK, and you are a citizen of GB or Eire, or indeed of …any EU state. You do though need a passport or equally recognised ID for airport and ferry security. Ask when booking what will be acceptable.
Whether or not you need to present your passport a) to purchase a ticket for the journey and b) to actually make the journey will usually depend on at least three different fa…cts: your nationalityhow you intend to make the journey - by air or by sea?the policy of the carrier - airline, ferry company, ... The best advice anyone should give you is always to carry a valid passport with you.
That will depend on where you are coming from. If it is from outside Ireland and Britain, then you would certainly need one.
Driving license is enough to fly from Manchester to Belfast ?
No. Northern Ireland is part of the UK. All you need is photographic ID your airline will provide you wth a list of suitable types of ID.
No, Belfast (Northern Ireland) is in the UK! Dublin (Republic of Ireland) is also in the European Union. No passport required within the EU. Note: It is law that a person …carries some form of identification with them always. Airlines will always ask for proof of identification.
if am in ireland do i need to go to belfast for a visit??
The answer is no, there is no legal requirement to have travel insurance. It may well be advisable. It does not cost that much if you shop around. Travel insurances …may cover all or some of the following, medical and dental expenses, emergency expenses, curtailment, lost or stolen baggage, legal assistance and many others.
Not necessarily. It will depend on your nationality. Non-EUcitizens will need a passport, and from some countries they willneed a visa. The website of the Department of Foreig…n Affairs inIreland will give you a list of countries and what is required.
No. Domestic flights within the UK do not require a passport. Any valid form of photographic ID is suitable.
You will certainly need a passport - since Ireland is off the UKmainland.
You don't have to have travel insurance to go anywhere but it is always a good idea. It's like not having health insurance. You won't be in trouble for not having it until you… suddenly need it.
The following types of travel insurance is needed to travel in the UK: Insure and Go, Thomas Cook, Flight Centre, Independent Traveller, AXA UK, Flexi Cover, Top Dog Insurance….