Amiens Street is a street on the northside of Dublin's Inner City in Dublin 1 which was named after Viscount Amiens, Earl of Aldborough. It is best known for being the site of Connolly Station, the capital's busiest railway station which provides access to a variety of locations as far west as Sligo, as far north as Belfast and as far south as Rosslare. The street also has a variety of pubs, restaurants, hotels and other shops with a taxi rank outside Connolly Station, as well as a Luas stop. Busáras is also nearby. The street links the International Financial Services Centre and the Custom House Quay across the tramlines of the LUAS.