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  Cheap bus tickets to Glasgow


  • Birmingham
    Glasgow
      13:20
      20:30
    31 Jul
    megabusmegabus
    from £1.00
  • London
    Glasgow
      08:00
      18:05
    17 Jan
    Eurolines UK
    from £3.00
  • Leeds
    Glasgow
      11:00
      18:05
    2 Nov
    National ExpressNational Express
    from £7.40
  • Brighton
    Glasgow
      20:40
      07:15
    6 Jul
    +1
    National ExpressNational Express
    from £8.00
  • Edinburgh
    Glasgow
      09:05
      10:27
    19 Jan
    citylink
    from £0.97
497 Bus connections
6 bus stations
7 coach operators
£1.00 cheapest ride

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and home to about 600,000 inhabitants (called Glaswegians). If you want to explore Glasgow, you should start your tour in the area around Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street, which is the busiest part of Glasgow and good for having food or doing some shopping. Afterwards a trip down to George Square is recommended, where many of the city’s numerous statues can be found. A detour to the city’s West End is worth it for Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum alone, which features paintings by well-known European artists such as Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Monet. Two of Glasgow’s most iconic landmarks are the Clyde Auditorium, which is jokingly called “Armadillo” by the Glaswegians, and the Equestrian Statue of the Duke of Wellington, which usually wears a traffic cone on top of its head. When you’re visiting the city, you should try to do two things: see a concert at Barrowland Ballroom and go to a football match – but first you need to decide which of the city’s two rival clubs you’re going to support: Rangers or Celtic.

Find the best option to get to Glasgow by bus now! CheckMyBus provides a detailed list for you to compare the different coach companies regarding their on-board features, prices or departure times. Get your coach trip with Eurolines UK, megabus UK or National Express. Most of the buses stop at Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station, which is also the largest coach station in Scotland. From there you will find the Buchanan Street subway station within walking distance and you can start your sightseeing tour right away!

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

  Stations
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 frequented bus connections to and from Glasgow

Travel Info: Visit Glasgow

Transport
Public transport in Glasgow
One-way local bus ticket£2.15
Monthly Pass£45.00
People use bus or tram7.69 %
People use train or metro23.08 %
Use a taxi or car
Short-distance taxi£4.22
Middle-distance taxi£6.66
Long-distance taxi£15.20
Gasoline£1.13
Eat & Drink
In a restaurant or café
Inexpensive meal£12.00
3 course menu£25.00
Small cappuccino£2.56
A big draught beer£3.50
Buy from a supermarket, cook yourself
Vegetarian meal£1.81
Meal with meat£3.19
Bottle of water£1.01
Bottle of wine (mid level)£7.00