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transportation from dublin to belfast. Belfast to galway.

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Hello. I am wondering what is the best way to get from Dublin airport to Belfast city center? I had assumed a train or bus would be best but I am having difficulty figuring out how to do it. Is there something direct? Is there a bus from the airport to a main bus or train station? How often are trains to belfast etc.
Also going from Belfast to Galway,on a quick Google search it resulted in going back to dublin before heading to Galway, is this unavoidable?
Any help on understanding and working the transportation system would be appreciated thank you!

Idk if days of travel will make a difference but:
Dublin airport to belfast on 5/22 thursday
Belfast to Galway on 5/24 Sunday

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