Glasgow is a compact and walkable city. Built on a grid system,
it is easy to navigate on foot or by public transport.
Scotland's only Subway system's circular route is a fast and
efficient way to travel around particularly in the city centre,
west end and south side areas.
- Operating hours are Mon to Sat 6:30am - 11:30pm; Sun 10am
- Runs every 6-8 minutes
- £1.40 single; £2.60 return
- Day ticket £3.80
Glasgow Central Station links Glasgow by rail to the South.
Glasgow Queen Street Station operates routes mainly to Edinburgh,
the North of the city and Northern Scotland.
The "Roundabout" ticket gives one-day unlimited travel by rail
and Subway to
over 110 stations in the Greater Glasgow area. These tickets
are valid after 09:00 Monday to Friday and all day at weekends and
Glasgow public holidays.
Price: £6.30 for adults and £3.15 for kids from
staffed ScotRail stations, on-train ticket staff, or SPT
- ScotRailClick on the Scotrail link above for information about their routes and timetables.
First Bus Glasgow is the largest bus operating company in
Scotland, with over 1000 buses in operation.
Glasgow's taxi drivers are known to be some of the friendliest
in the world!
Glasgow Taxis operate
5-seater "black cabs" in and around the city. If their yellow
light is on they can be flagged down on the street, or
alternatively call +44 (0) 141 429 70 70 to book.
City Sightseeing Bus
Hop on / hop off bus tours operate year round and are a great
way to get around - buses depart from George Square throughout the
David James Chauffeur Drive
Enjoy a tailored sightseeing tour of Scotland's beautiful
countryside and vibrant cities with an experienced chauffeur acting
as your guide. David James Chauffeur Drive can also
provide a tasty hamper lunch on request and are happy to recommend
restaurants and activities to suit your requirements or interests
including golf, spas, walking, shooting and fishing.