Glasgow is well served by a modern and convenient transportation system.

Our International Airport lies only a few miles west of the city. Its adjacent motorway providing rapid access to the heart of Glasgow.

Several American airlines fly direct to Glasgow from various parts of the USA and there are frequent shuttle fights to UK and European Airports.

Road and rail travellers are well catered for with links to all parts of Britain from Glasgow's bus and railway stations.

 

Old Glasgow Tram

Some of Glasgow's trams are on permanent display at the city's Museum of Transport

Useful Contacts:

St. Enoch Travel Centre
[44] (0) 11 226 4826
Glasgow Airport
[44] (0) 141 887 1111
Prestwick Airport
[44] (01292) 479 822
Train Information
[44] (0) 345 212282
Glasgow Underground
[44] (0) 141 333 3673
Hebridean & Clyde Ferries
[44] (01475) 637607

Coaches

Buchanan Bus Station
[44] (0) 141 332 7133
City Link
[44] 0990 505050
National Express
[44] 0990 010104

Car Hire

Avis
[+44] (0) 141 221 2827
Eurodollar
[+44] (0) 141 204 1051
Hertz
[+44] (0) 141 248 7736
Mitchells
[+44] (0) 141 221 8461

  The old trams of the past have given way to efficient and frequent bus, train and underground services which carry passengers to all points of the city and beyond. Within minutes the visitor to Glasgow can be out of the city and heading into Scotland's beautiful countryside.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are literally minutes from the city centre.

Many other Historic and Leisure attractions are located within easy reach of Glasgow.

Related Pages

Virtual Tours

Loch Lomond

Internet Links

Strathclyde Passenger Transport

 


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