Bus, train, bike or car - however you prefer to travel, it really couldn't be easier to get to here.
With brilliant transport links and great parking facilities, you can enjoy your shopping experience without worrying about where to park or how to get home.
If you're driving to the centre from the north, follow the M2, come off at the Westlink and follow the signs for the centre.
If you're driving to the centre from the east, follow the M2, come off at the Westlink and follow the signs for the centre.
If you're coming from the south, take the M1, come off at the Westlink and follow the signs for the centre.
If you're coming from the west, follow the M1, come off at the Westlink and follow the signs for the centre.
Metro City Buses
Certain Metro city routes (pink) will drop you directly at our Royal Avenue front door or at the City Hall which is only a short walk to CastleCourt. Alternatively, you can catch the Centre Link Bus from both train stations which stops outside CastleCourt and is free with a valid Metro or Translink ticket.
Translink buses which serve the rest of Northern Ireland arrive in Belfast at Great Victoria Street bus station. The centre is a 5-minute walk from this station.
Centre Link Bus
The centre link bus provides a link between all main bus / rail stations in Belfast (Central, Europa, Great Victoria Street and Laganside) and CastleCourt, Donegall Place, Dublin Road and Waterfront Hall.
Taxis are plentiful at CastleCourt with the rank located a 5 minute walk from the centre. Taxi companies that service CastleCourt include:
There are 2 Value Cabs free phones located at the centre's Gresham and Berry Street entrances. There are also black taxis which service the Greater Belfast area, and these are available at the bottom of Rosemary Street, opposite the Royal Avenue entrance to the centre or at King Street - exit the centre by Berry Street, turn right and then left into King Street.
As Royal Avenue is a pedestrian area, taxis will drop customers at either the Berry Street or Gresham Street entrances which give direct access to ground floor shopping.
Trains are available from Great Victoria Street Station and Central Station and service most of the province. Both stations are on the Centre Link bus route which will drop you at the City Hall. It is then a short walk down Donegall Place and Royal Avenue to the Centre.