Travel from Belfast to Oxford

How to get from Belfast to Oxford?

There is no direct connection from Belfast to Oxford. However, you can take the train to Belfast City airport, fly to Birmingham, then take the train to Oxford. Alternatively, you can take the line 300 shuttle to Belfast (Aldergrove) airport, fly to Birmingham, then take the train to Oxford.

How to get from Belfast to Oxford

From Belfast Central Train Station train to Belfast City airport, fly to Birmingham airport, then train to Oxford. 3 h 49 min $131. From Belfast Europa Bus Centre line 300 shuttle to Belfast (Aldergrove) airport, fly to Birmingham airport, then train to Oxford. 4 h 10 min $138. From Belfast Central Train Station train to Belfast City airport, fly to London Heathrow airport, train to London Paddington, then train to Oxford. 4 h 8 min $176. From Belfast Central Train Station train to Belfast City airport, fly to Southampton airport, then train to Oxford. 4 h 15 min $176. From Belfast Europa Bus Centre line 300 shuttle to Belfast (Aldergrove) airport, fly to London Luton airport, bus to London Marylebone, then train to Oxford. 5 h 27 min $123. From Belfast Central Train Station train to Belfast City airport, fly to East Midlands airport, bus to Derby, then train to Oxford. 5 h 26 min $165. From Belfast, Europa Bus Centre bus to Dublin airport, fly to Birmingham airport, then train to Oxford. 6 h 30 min $119. From Belfast car ferry to Cairnryan, bus to Carlisle, train to Birmingham New Street, then train to Oxford. 11 h 29 min $278. From Belfast car ferry to Liverpool, walk to Birkenhead Hamilton Square, train to Liverpool Lime Street, train to Birmingham New Street, then train to Oxford. 12 h 4 min $150. From Belfast car ferry to Liverpool, walk to Birkenhead Hamilton Square, train to Chester, train to Birmingham International, then train to Oxford. 14 h 10 min $154. From Belfast car ferry to Cairnryan then drive to Oxford. 8 h 45 min $141.