Travel in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley
Glasgow Airport is about 20 minutes from the city centre and Glasgow Prestwick International Airport is further south about 45 minutes away, with Edinburgh Airport close by as well. A regular bus service connects Glasgow Airport with the city centre and at Glasgow Prestwick there are regular rail services to the city from the airport train station.
If you are travelling from Ireland, Stenaline and P&O Ferries run regular services into Cairnryan and Troon from Belfast and Larne. Troon is 35 miles from Glasgow, and Cairnryan is 80 miles away, both have good access to Glasgow by train and road.
The train service and road network throughout the central belt are both fantastic, with great road and rail links between Glasgow and Scotland's other cities as well as further south to England.
Explore the area easily using the great bus service and train links, or hire a car and travel wherever takes your fancy.
In the city you can hop around the main attractions via the Subway, bus, train, taxi or hop-on-hop-off buses. Many of the city's restaurant, pubs and attractions are within easy walking distance of each other too.
The Clyde Valley is easily accessible by both rail and road, and national cycle routes in the area mean exploring by bike is a great option too.
- Getting around Glasgow
- Getting around Glasgow & Clyde Valley by train
- Getting around Glasgow & Clyde Valley by bus
- Getting around by bike