Belfast

Belfast is Northern Ireland’s capital and is famously the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, which struck an iceberg and sunk in 1912. A city full of surprises and hidden gems, it’s no wonder Lonely Planet said Belfast is one of the best places to visit. Soak up the lively atmosphere, stroll along fine Victorian streets, enjoy world-class visitor attractions and indulge in a cafe, restaurant and entertainment scene that can rival any city in Europe.

Getting here

Getting to Belfast couldn’t be easier. Northern Ireland has three airports, sea crossings from England and Scotland, and a direct rail link from Dublin. Coming from further afield? No problem. You can fly direct to Belfast from over 20 European cities and a number of North American locations. And once you arrive, you’ll find it’s just as easy to get around as it was to get here. What are you waiting for? Consider this your personal invitation!

Information provided by www.visitbelfast.com. To access more tips on how to get to Belfast, visit their travel options page.

Venue

The ARMA Annual Conference 2019 is being held in the Belfast Waterfront, situated 10 minutes from the Belfast City Centre. Having welcomed more than five million visitors, staged more than 3,000 entertainment events and hosted more than 2,000 conferences, it’s easy to see why it’s one of the world’s leading conference centres.

The venue address is:

Belfast Waterfront
2 Lanyon Place,
Belfast,
BT1 3WH

Find more details on how to get to the venue here