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Location Information

Maps

Map of the UK

Map of Northern Ireland  

Map of Belfast (You can find all the conference venues and recommended hotels in this map. They are the light blue boxes with the number in it. The map also provides the link to the web site of every place)

Map of Campus and Map Key

Transport

Airport

There are two airports in Belfast

Before hand, please be aware of which airport you will be arriving at. You can check the Airport Code on your flight ticket.

Travel from Airports to Belfast City Centre

Instructions for Belfast City Airport arrivals

Instructions for Belfast International Airport arrivals

Time Table of Air Bus From International Airport

Rent a Car

You can book a car from http://www.rentacar-uk.com/ and collect the car at the airport terminal . You can also rent a car at the terminal of both the City and International Airports.

Travel in Belfast and Ireland

In Belfast, you normally need to book a taxi. The only type of taxi you can flag down is the London cab style black taxi. 

Taxi Company:

The public bus and train services are run by Translink. Their services cover  long journeys in and around Belfast, plus rail travel to the Republic of Ireland

Tourism Guides

Belfast City

Northern Ireland Tourist Board

 The National Trust

http://www.belfast.net

http://www.guide-to-nireland.com

http://www.gotobelfast.com/

A selection of the local tourist information provide by District Council are listed below:
Antrim

Fermanagh

Armagh

Limavady

Coleraine

Moyle

Craigavon

North Down

Donegal

Omagh

Down

Strabane

Dungannon
                         

Some Places Of Interests

  • The Crown Bar: The Crown Liquor Saloon in Great Victoria Street, Belfast is one of Victorian gin palaces which once flourished in the industrial cities of Britain. Today wonderfully preserved and owned by the National Trust, the Crown is still well used by the people of Belfast. You can check what is happening at the moment by live web cams

  • The Giant's Causeway: The Giant's Causeway lies at the foot of the basalt cliffs along the sea coast on the edge of the Antrim plateau in Northern Ireland. It is made up of some 40,000 massive black basalt columns sticking out of the sea. The dramatic sight has inspired legends of giants striding over the sea to Scotland. Geological studies of these formations over the last 300 years have greatly contributed to the development of the earth sciences, and show that this striking landscape was caused by volcanic activity during the Tertiary, some 5060 million years ago. 

  • Whiskey Tours: Whiskey Tours is the exclusive online destination for Irelands three top tourist destinations. Each unique centre recreates the tradition that is Irish Whiskey with complimentary Whiskey tasting after each guided tour. Please check the virtual tour here.

  • Ice Hockey: Ever since the opening of Odyssey, Belfast's millennium building, Ice Hockey has becoming an increasingly popular spectator's sport. The Odyssey Arena is the home to the Belfast Giants who play in the Sekonda Ice Hockey Superleague.

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