Getting there

By Bus

Metro run regular services leaving Queen's Street near the City Hall.
Route 10, and 82 stops at the Falls Road Entrance
Route 81 stops at the Grosvenor Road Entrance

A special Royal Hospitals bus (route 95) leaves from Donegall Square East at the side of the City Hall at 7.10am, 7.30am and every half hour after that, stopping at Howard Street and the Europa Bus centre in Great Victoria Street. This service does not run on Saturdays nor Sundays.

By Train

If you live outside the Belfast area, you may choose to travel into the city by rail.  There is no train station near the Royal Hospitals, however it is possible to catch a connecting Metro bus (95) at the Europa bus station which is beside Great Victoria Street railway station.

Translink Park and Ride

Translink Park & Ride Timetable


Translink Journey Planner
Help reduce the traffic congestion on our hospital sites by travelling on public transport.  Regular, convenient transport links are available for each site and are detailed above. The Translink Journey Planner can help you plan your rail and bus travel.

By Car

If arriving by car please use the visitors car park. There is a small charge for this which you will need to pay at the kiosk or pay machines BEFORE you return to your car. Allow yourself plenty of time (about 30 minutes) to park and to get to your clinic or ward.
There is also a small number of spaces close to the outpatients centre for drivers with a disability, along with a set down point for disabled patients.

By Air

Belfast City Airport is within easy reach of the Hospital (15 minutes by road) and has regular domestic flights. Belfast International Airport (35 minutes by road) has regular scheduled flights around Ireland and to the United Kingdom, Europe and International destinations.

Public Transport and Travel Information

Read more about transport and travel information which may useful for patients and visitors travelling to Trust facilities