How to get to Glasgow


Glasgow has 3 international airports nearby, with connections across the UK and the world:

Glasgow Airport is the closest airport to the city centre. Catch the express bus service from outside the terminal and arrive in Glasgow in around 15 minutes. 

Glasgow Prestwick Airport is 32 miles (51km) from Glasgow. It is very accessible with train and ​​​bus services to the city centre.

Edinburgh Airport is 39 miles (63km) from Glasgow. There is a direct bus service from the airport to Glasgow’s Buchanan Bus Station which takes around 1 hour.


Glasgow is well connected by train from across the UK by 2 main stations: Glasgow Central Station links Glasgow to the South; Glasgow Queen Street Station operates routes mainly to Edinburgh and the North.

Approximate travel times from various cities:
Edinburgh 1h 30
Liverpool 3h 30
London 4h 30

You can find more information about routes, departure times and prices on and


Scotland has an extensive motorway road network. Glasgow is linked to the following places: 
Edinburgh with the M8
England on the M74
Stirling with the M80
West coast of Scotland with the M77

If you’re driving to the SEC via the City Centre you may be subject to a charge, so please check your route and vehicle compliance before travelling. More information: 

The main car park is the multi-storey at Stobcross Road, G3 8GS, which is operated by Glasgow City Council. The car park is open 24 hours. Price: up to 12h = 11 GBP 

Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Exhibition Way,
Glasgow G3 8YW
GPS coordinates:
Latitude: 55.8603 | Longitude: 4.2874