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Belfast has an International Airport (code BFS), linked to the city centre by a regular bus service running every half hour, as well as a City Airport (code BHD), from which you best take the train to Botanic Station; the station is called "Sydenham'' and "Botanic" is the third stop. A taxi from the City Airport to the University or the halls costs about £7.

Frequent connections at good rates exist from, e.g., Birmingham, Blackpool, Bristol, Cardiff, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds-Bradford, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Southampton, and many others.

Belfast can also be conveniently reached by train (every two hours) from Dublin Connolly Station. There are many low fares from a number of locations in Europe to Dublin Airport, and there is a shuttle from the airport to the Main Bus Station (Busáras) near Connolly. There is also a direct bus service from Dublin Airport to the City Centre of Belfast.

Upon arrival you may first want to go to your residence or, if time is short on Monday, directly to Queen's University.

Public bus number 69 can be used for transportation between Stranmillis College and the Main Campus (1 bus stop), while line number 71 can be used for transportation between Queen’s Elms and the Main Campus (1 bus stop).
 

 

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