Glasgow the main hub for transport links for the West of Scotland. Served by two international airports (Glasgow and Glasgow Prestwick), the city also has numerous train stations that feed into the two main hubs in the city centre (Queen Street and Central). Glasgow also has the world’s third oldest underground system that transfers passengers from the City’s West End to the City Centre.
Glasgow and its surrounding areas are also served by many bus routes, that can take you from one side of the city to the other and back again in no time. The West of Scotland is also served by numerous ferry crossings that can take you around the islands or to and from Northern Ireland. All of Glasgow’s transport systems interlink, making it easy to get to any part of the city using only public transport