The complete opposite of Edinburgh
Getting around From Glasgow, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
While you're there
Glasgow, the scottish "dear green place" awaits for you
Warm and welcoming, Glasgow is jam-packed with culture, shopping and non-stop nightlife. The hard days of No Mean City are a distant memory to the new generation who only have eyes for designer clothes and exotic cocktails.
The largest town of Scotland is well-equipped with museums such as the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which is ideally located in a magnificent monument in red sandstone. Use the occasion to stroll in one of the most delightful parks of the town, the Kelvingrove Park.
The high number of grassy areas got Glasgow nicknamed "The Dear Green Place". Take time to discover the cathedral of Glasgow. Built from the 13th century, it’s the only Scottish medieval cathedral that remains after the Scottish Reformation.
Don’t miss the Victorian necropolis, a very attractive curiosity in Scotland and only symbol of the Victorian Glasgow still visible. And let yourself be tempted by the local specialty: the "deep-fried pizzas".
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Glasgow can be found.
Address: Glasgow Street G1 3SL Glasgow
Glasgow Queen Str
Address: Dundas Street G1 2AQ Glasgow
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- "King Cross to Edinburgh" Yeow Hock Jeremy g. 25/11/2014
I enjoy the train ride from London King Cross Station to Edinburgh. The timing is ok and the scenery is beautiful when I took the train.
- "." Gerald c. 14/08/2013
booked a month in advance and got seats with no windows, v disappointing not enough room for luggage too short time between announcing platform and train departure
- "Travelled after much confusion" Wei Tian f. 21/06/2013
The details of the ticket, e.g. ticket reference number must be printed more obviously. Because when I was at the station, none of the staff could help me with the printing of the tickets because they couldn't find a valid reference number. The booking reference number was the more obvious number. It took me quite a while to find the ticket reference number in the email. Also, the contact number for RailEurope is not available after 6pm and Sundays, which happened to be when I needed to travel, thus I couldnt get any help during that period of time. But the price of the ticket was good for 1st class seats