Bus to and from Glasgow

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Cheap bus tickets to Glasgow
  • Berwick-upon-Tweed
      5:00 PM
      7:35 PM
    10 Mar
    National ExpressNational Express
    from $2.61
  • Edinburgh
      8:10 AM
      9:20 AM
    10 May
    National ExpressNational Express
    from $3.27
  • Cumbernauld
      12:19 PM
      12:39 PM
    26 Jan
    from $3.59
  • Stirling
      1:55 PM
      2:39 PM
    26 Jan
    from $3.59
      12:00 AM
      12:15 AM
    13 Jan
    Scottish CitylinkScottish Citylink
    from $3.66
  • Milton Keynes
      9:40 AM
      6:20 PM
    25 Feb
    National ExpressNational Express
    from $3.79
  • Dundee
      7:55 AM
      9:45 AM
    24 Jan
    from $5.36
  • Eurocentral
      12:01 AM
      12:21 AM
    4 Feb
    Scottish CitylinkScottish Citylink
    from $5.62
  • Lancaster
      8:35 PM
      11:10 PM
    26 Jan
    from $5.88
  • Aberdeen
      7:50 AM
      10:55 AM
    25 Jan
    National ExpressNational Express
    from $10.84
1856 Bus connections
6 bus stations
9 bus operators
$2.61 cheapest ride

Arts, culture and 19th century architecture: This is what Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland, is known for. When you visit this diverse city, a trip to Kelvingrove Art Gallery should definitely be on your agenda. There you can admire the works of famous European artists including van Gogh and Rembrandt. For more modern and contemporary art, take a walk to the Gallery of Modern Art in front of which you can find Glasgow's most well-known landmark, the Equestrian Statue of the Duke of Wellington. It is not for its artistic quality that the statue has become famous but for the fact that the Glaswegians - as the inhabitants of Glasgow are called - put a traffic cone on its head to represent the people's humour. The statue is regarded as one of the most bizarre monuments in the world. More important landmarks not to be missed are Glasgow Cathedral and the Glasgow City Chambers. Should you be unsure about when to visit Glasgow, then every Glaswegian would recommend you to come over in June, when the West End Festival is held. The grand carnival parade is only surpassed by London’s Notting Hill Carnival. If you fancy a shopping spree, then a trip to Sauchiehall Street, where numerous shops and restaurants are located, should live up to your expectations. When you’re tired from all the shopping and sightseeing, then you should visit one of the many local pubs and try a portion of Haggis, the traditional meal of Scotland.

Thanks to the offers of different bus companies including Eurolines UK, megabus UK and National Express, reaching the Scottish metropolis is both cheap and convenient. The city’s central bus stop is Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station, which is the largest bus terminal in Scotland. Since it’s conveniently located close to Buchanan Street subway station, your sightseeing tour can start straight away!

Glasgow Facts
United Kingdom
0.61 Million
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All intercity bus stations in Glasgow

Renfrew Street , Glasgow (United Kingdom)
Great Western Rd 1630, G13 1HH Glasgow (United Kingdom)
N Hanover St , G4 0PF Glasgow (United Kingdom)
Drumry Rd E 230, Glasgow (United Kingdom)
1053 Great Western Rd , Glasgow (United Kingdom)
Easterhouse Rd 20, Glasgow (United Kingdom)

The most popular bus routes to and from Glasgow

Glasgow travel info

Glasgow public transportation options
One-way local bus ticket$2.81
Monthly Pass$58.79
People use bus or tram7.69 %
People use train or metro23.08 %
Use a taxi or car
Short-distance taxi$5.52
Middle-distance taxi$8.72
Long-distance taxi$19.92
Eat and Drink
In a restaurant or café
Inexpensive meal$15.68
3-course menu$32.66
Small cappuccino$3.34
A big draft beer$4.57
Buy from a supermarket, cook yourself
Vegetarian meal$2.37
Meal with meat$4.17
Bottle of water$1.32
Bottle of wine (mid level)$9.15

Bus schedules Glasgow: Popular bus connections

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Cities close to Glasgow: Check for other possible points of departure
Several cities near Glasgow are also connected to the national or international bus network. If you want your search to include the surrounding bus stations such as those is Edinburgh, East Kilbride or Paisley, simply increase the search radius, and you will find bus and train routes in the area. You will also find bus routes connecting Glasgow to regional public transportation or intercity bus stations in Cumbernauld, Hamilton, Ayr and many more. Looking for a cheap airport shuttle? We also show trips to and from nearby airports such as Edinburgh Airport, Glasgow Airport. Where schedules are available, we will also consider other options in the local transportation network.
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