On arrival at the airport you can travel into Belfast via taxi or bus or there are lots of car hire options available at the Car Rental counter in the airport.
It is recommended that you download the Lynx app to your phone to assist with making bookings
During your stay, if you need any assistance, contact the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre on Donegall Square North (directly opposite Belfast City Hall) or call +44 (0)28 9024 6609 or visit visitbelfast.com.
Queen’s Sport Upper Malone
Located 2 miles from the Queen’s University Lanyon Building, Queen’s Sport at Upper Malone is a world class centre for student sport. Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 play-off matches will be held on the main Arena pitch.
How to Get There?
By Bus - Translink Metro Service (£3 promotional day ticket). Number 8 A, B or C, Malone Road Corridor (purple line) from Donegall Square East to Malone Road. For full details visit www.translink.co.uk/metro
By Taxi - Call Fonacab on +44 (0)28 9033 3333.
Park & Ride - Access from City Centre via University Road leading onto Malone Road exit at Upper Malone Road. Limited car parking spaces are available at Queen’s Sport via Upper Malone Road entrance.
Kingspan Stadium, the home of Ulster Rugby, is located just 10 minutes from the City Centre with great transport links from the two main airports and train stations.
Call Fonacab on +44 (0)28 9033 3333.
Park & Ride
Kingspan Stadium will provide a complimentary shuttle service for fans on match days. These free Park and Ride facilities are located at Pirrie Park (off Ardenlee Avenue) on the Ravenhill Road side of the Stadium and also on Montgomery Road (opposite Podium for Sport). Buses run 90 minutes prior to kick-off and 90 minutes after the final whistle.
See the attached map for more details
Special WRWC Service on game days (£3.50) departing from Europa Bus Centre every 10 minutes from 13.05 until 18.55 and returning from Mount Merrion Avenue/Kingspan Stadium every 10 minutes from 15.35 until 22.05.
Translink Metro Service (£3 promotional day ticket). Number 6, Cregagh Road Corridor (green line) from Chichester Street to Cregagh Road.
For full details visit www.translink.co.uk/metro
On arrival at the airport you can travel into Dublin via taxi or bus or there are lots of car hire options available at the Car Rental counter in the airport.
Aircoach buses direct from the airport stop in UCD.
For more details click below to review the timetables: www.aircoach.ie
Trains run regularly between Dublin and Belfast but it is recommended to book in advance during the Women’s Rugby World Cup to guarantee a seat.
For more details click below to review the timetables: www.irishrail.ie
Many Dublin Bus routes go into UCD campus.
For more details click below to review the timetables: www.dublinbus.ie
You can also download the Dublin Bus app where real time updates are available
The local train and commuter services is called the Dart and provides a regular service across Dublin. For more details click below to review the timetables: www.irishrail.ie
The local tram service is called the Luas and comprises two lines providing a regular service across Dublin. For more details click below to review the timetables: https://luas.ie
Visitors can purchase a Leap Card for use on public transport. It allows money to be added and topped up for the duration of a visit. Leap Cards are accepted on buses, the Dart (Train) and the Luas (Tram). For more details click below www.leapcard.ie
University College Dublin
University College Dublin campus is located on a 132 hectare site, 4km south of Dublin city centre. The campus accommodates residences and numerous leisure and sporting facilities.
Hit the Road shows you how to get to or from UCD Campus using a combination of Dublin Bus, Luas and DART links. You can also change searching options and search how to get from point A to B anywhere in Dublin.