Travel and Accommodation


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Travelling to Queen's University

The University is situated on University Road, about one mile from Belfast city centre and is easily accessible by bus, train or on foot. To get to Queen's University, the following information may be useful:

By air:

Belfast is easily reached from either Belfast International Airport or the George Best Belfast City Airport. Belfast City Airport (BHD) is situated approximately three miles from the city centre. A taxi to the University will cost approximately £10.00.  The Airport Express 600 departs from outside the Airport every 20 minutes from early morning to late evening and costs approx £1.50 single and £2.50 return; it terminates at the Great Victoria Street (Europa) Bus Station. 

Belfast International Airport at Aldergrove is situated about 20 miles from the city centre. The Airport Express 300 service, operates a 24 hour service between the airport and Belfast with buses departing every 10 minutes throughout the day. The bus leaves from the bus stop located opposite the terminal exit. Approximate journey time is 30-40 minutes subject to traffic conditions and costs £7.00 single and £10.00 return. A taxi to the University will cost approximately £25.00.

Dublin Airport is approximately 160 kilometres (100 miles) from Queen's University Belfast. The journey by bus takes approximately 2 hours 30 minutes. Bus Eireann and Ulsterbus operate a 24 hour service between Dublin Airport and Belfast (Great Victoria Street (Europa) Bus Station).

By sea:

Belfast is easy accessed by sea crossing from Scotland and England by high-speed catamaran or by traditional ferry.

The following operators run ferries across the Irish Sea:




Queen's Lanyon Building
Giant's Causeway
Queen's University Quad
City Hall
Carrickarede Rope Bridge