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Travel Information

Welcome to Glasgow, Scotland

Glasgow is a vibrant and compact city with plenty to offer delegates outside of conference sessions. The city has a range of cultural attractions including the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and many museums and art galleries offering free entry. If you’re extending your stay, Glasgow has excellent travel connections for exploring Scotland and an exciting selection of year-round tours leaving daily for the Scottish Highlands.

Delegates can look forward to a warm welcome in a city voted ‘world’s friendliest city’ by Rough Guides. 

Delegate offers: Enjoy Glasgow with special delegate offers on tours and restaurants by showing your conference badge. More information can be found here.

Getting to Glasgow

Glasgow is in west central Scotland. It’s Scotland’s largest city and is easily accessible from the rest of the UK and overseas by train, sea, road and air. More details can be found here.

Getting to University of Glasgow (Gilmorehill campus)

You can reach campus by buses, subway, trains, and taxi. 


Routes 4, 4A and 15 run through the main campus from the city centre and other routes serve nearby Dumbarton Road, Great Western Road and Byres Road.


Hillhead subway station connects the city centre to the University. 


Local trains

The nearest rail station is Partick, about one mile west of the University. It has an interchange with the subway and with bus services on Dumbarton Road.


A decent cycle corridor connects the University and the city centre, via parkland and dedicated two lane cycle path.


Black taxi cabs can be picked up at most times in the University area and the city centre. You can also phone for a black taxi cab on 0141 429 7070.

More information can be found here.

Getting Around Glasgow

Glasgow is a compact city and it’s easy to find your way around, whether on foot, by bike or public transport. 

More information can be found here.

Things to see & do in Glasgow

Discover Glasgow's amazing visitor attractions, tours and trails, outdoor activities and more as you plan your visit to the city. More information can be found here.




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