Trains to Glasgow

Cheap Trains to Glasgow

"Glasgow is regenerating and evolving at a dizzying pace - style cats beware, this city is edgy, modish and downright ballsy.” Lonely Planet

Tell us which station you want to go to and in no time you could be having fun in the constantly evolving and regenerated City of Glasgow with Sir Chris Hoy and Biffy Clyro (Well you never know). You might want to take in a match at Ibrox (or Celtic Park), enjoy an interesting visit to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum or take a tour of the Glengoyne Distillery. Glasgow is a great destination with some of the UK's best attractions, ideal for families and groups of friends; it also has possibly the best live music scene in the UK.

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Glasgow

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Manchester
Glasgow

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Glasgow

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Visiting Glasgow by Train

We recommend a visit to the Science Centre if you've got kids. The West End is definitely worth a visit for its parks, shops and restaurants.

Fact: The first International football game was played in Glasgow, It was Scotland vs England in 1872 and was played at the West of Scotland Cricket ground.

Being one of the most visited cities in the UK and the largest in Scotland, there is no denying the fact that Glasgow is full of energy and life. It is renowned for its architectural heritage that dates back to the Victorian era as well its rich art and music culture and as a modern-day shopping destination. Glasgow definitely caters to everyone.

You'd be surprised how easy it is to navigate Glasgow either by public transportation or simply by walking. You can start your day with a Scottish breakfast from a wide range of restaurants in the famous George Square which is just a few minutes’ walk away from both the Glasgow Central and Queen Street stations.

If you are visiting for a historical trip and sightseeing, a quick walk from the centre to the Glasgow Cathedral, also known as St. Mungo’s Cathedral, is very much worth it. It is where the tomb of St. Mungo, the founder and patron saint of the City of Glasgow, lies. You may also take a short visit to the neighbouring Museum of Religious Life and Art that exhibits statues, mummies and a Buddhist courtyard. Just across from the museum is a Victorian garden cemetery with gothic-inspired sculptures by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. If you are a fan of artists like Van Gogh or Salvador Dali, then you should not miss the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, which is located near the Partick and Kelvinhall Subway stations.

For those who want to cap the night off with a drink, then heading to the West End is your best bet. With lots of bars to choose from along Byres Road and Ashton Lane, near the Hillhead Station, you can find the pub of your choice with the ambience that perfectly fits your mood, may it be laid-back or hip and trendy.

Main stations in Glasgow

  • Charing Cross (Glasgow)
  • Exhibition Centre (Glasgow)
  • Glasgow Airport
  • Glasgow Central
  • Glasgow Queen Street
  • High Street (Glasgow)
  • Queens Park (Glasgow)