How to Get Around and Other Practical Information

Getting to Glasgow

Glasgow is located in West Central Scotland, and can easily be reached. There are three airports from which you have easy access to the city, Glasgow, Edingburgh and Glasgow-Prestwick, with direct connections from all three airports to the Glasgow city centre.
Within the UK, trains are a reasonable alternative.

View Map of Airports Around Glasgow
View UK Rail Map

Find out more:  https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/visiting/getting-here

Getting Around Glasgow

Glasgow is an easy city to find your way around. Built on a grid system, it’s compact to navigate, either on foot or public transport. There is only one subway line, built in a circle, which makes it really hard to get lost. You may also consider renting a bike.

Find out more:  https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/visiting/getting-around

Public Transport Journey Planner:
https://www.travelinescotland.com/lts/#/travelInfo
(You can search for addresses; for the university please use: University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ)

Practical Information and Travel Tips

If you are unsure what kind of adapter you need, or how to tip when eating out, or if you need information for your visa application or accessibility of Glasgow's hotspots, you should have a look at the following page.

Read more: https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/visiting/useful-info