Getting to Belfast
Belfast is served by two airports: George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD) and Belfast International Airport (BFS). There are numerous ferry services and one can also fly into Dublin airport and get a coach to Belfast. The coach journey takes about two hours.
City airport is served by the Airport Express 600, which runs roughly every twenty minutes. A return ticket is about £3.60. The journey to the city centre takes about fifteen minutes. International airport is served by the Airport Express 300. This bus runs every fifteen minutes during peak times and every thirty minutes later in the evening. The journey takes about 35 minutes. A return ticket will cost about £10.50. There are stops for these buses in the city centre, but the easiest option is to get off at the main bus station: the Europa Bus Centre, which is the last stop.
Getting to Queen's
Europa Bus Centre is a twenty minute walk from the campus , the simplest route is to walk along Great Victoria street, continuing onto Botanic avenue and then onto the campus. One can also get the number 7 bus or the number 8 bus right to campus.
Entertainment and Refreshment
Just north of the campus is Botanic Avenue, which has a number of restaurants and cafes. More places to eat and drink can be found on Stranmillis Road and in the City Centre. The best bars are to be found in the City Centre, such as the The Crown Liquor Saloon on Great Victoria Street and the Duke Of York in the Cathedral Quarter.
Eduroam is available at QUB.