There’s plenty to see and do in Scotland’s biggest city, and a host of eateries for you to refuel after a hard day’s sightseeing
Trains to Glasgow
You’ll never be short of something to see and do in Scotland’s biggest city. And after a hard day visiting, chatting, shopping or just exploring, there’s an almost endless choice of cafes, bars and restaurants to wind down in. With is stunning architecture, superb shopping, fine food and acclaimed art history, one trip to Glasgow is never enough.
Great value tickets to Glasgow
If you’re heading to Glasgow by train, make sure you get the Glasgow ticket that’s right for you. And that means taking a look at our offers on train tickets to Glasgow. Whether it’s Standard or First Class, our range of Glasgow train fares is hard to beat.
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Travel to Glasgow by Train
With two main train stations in the city centre, visiting Glasgow by train could not be easier. East Coast train services arrive at Glasgow Central, the busiest train station in Scotland. Inter-city trains connect you hourly to Edinburgh and onwards along the east coast mainline to Newcastle, York and London. Trains to Inverness, Stirling and Aberdeen are available at Edinburgh Waverley station. There is a great range of value train tickets and cheap rail fares available on our website to get to Glasgow from destinations all across Scotland and England.
Travel to Glasgow by train and avail of the core benefits of rail travel – it’s often faster and always more relaxing than the alternatives, offers you flexibility and comfort and is perfect for an easy and hassle-free for trip with family and friends. Travel times vary from journey to journey, so please use our journey planner to find the right train for you. But one thing always remains the same: Only we offer East Coast tickets at the best possible price with no hidden fees. That’s our Price Promise.
Travel times to Glasgow
East Coast trains depart Glasgow Central for Edinburgh’s Waverley station every hour. From here you can catch connecting trains to Aberdeen and Inverness as well as trains south to English destinations such as York, Newcastle and London. There is also a daily direct service to Glasgow from London King’s Cross, an extension of the London to Newcastle service.
Glasgow to Edinburgh: from 1 hour 6 minutes
Glasgow to Aberdeen: from 2 hours 47 minutes
Glasgow to York: from 3 hours 40 minutes
Glasgow to London: from 5 hours 51 minutes