Getting to and from Glasgow!
As Scotland’s largest City, Glasgow is well connect through rail, rail, and air to all parts of Scotland, with historic and natural sights beyond the city available to visit with ease.
Glasgow is well served by three nearby international airports including Glasgow, Prestwick, and Edinburgh with direct flights across Europe and connecting routes through travel hubs such as London, Amsterdam, and Paris.
UK train connections link Scotland with a strong West and East Cost rail lines to England and Europe through Eurostar. Ferries and Bus Connections connect Glasgow to Ireland and Europe through Amsterdam.
Find out more details on travel routes to Scotland at:
Booking the best flight options:
Glasgow is fortunate to have three international airports within 1-2hours by public transport, we therefore recommend using Skyscanner’s ‘add nearby’ airports feature when searching for your flight.
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Airport Connections to Glasgow City Centre:
Edinburgh to Glasgow:
There is a regular shuttle service between Glasgow and Edinburgh Airport, with WiFi and Charge Sockets, find our more here:
The Edinburgh to Glasgow 900 Bus Service now operates 24hrs, late night stops pick-up passengers at Edinburgh Airport throughout the night after the last Citylink Air Shuttle, details can be found here:
Glasgow International Airport to Glasgow:
Glasgow Airport Express
Glasgow Prestwick to Glasgow:
Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh is a short trip away and will be included in an optional bonus day which will take in visits to landmarks and the Scottish Parliament. See VisitScotland’s guide to getting around the country’s sights at https://www.visitscotland.com/!