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Anyone visit NI without a rental van for a larger family?

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Has anyone here (or anyone here known of others) who have visited Northern Ireland without purchasing a rental car? Is it possible? Is it cheaper just to take the train to the Atrium area/Belfast from Dublin airport and stay for a few days up there? I've heard of the Black Cab tours and they go all of the places that we want to see there for the most part. Is there a train/subway/bus option for getting around the city of Belfast if we choose not to get a rental car at that point?

We will have a family of 6 at the time of us going next year. We have two adults, a 12 yr old, a 9 yr old, a 4 year old and a new baby that will only be about 4 months when we get there. Just trying to figure out what would be the best option cost wise. I'm planning this trip without a travel agency and we've never traveled oversees before. So this is all new to me. I really appreciate the help. Thank you!

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