How to get from the Airport to the city centre:
- Public Transport:
The Glasgow Shuttle is the official Glasgow Airport to Glasgow city centre service and is the best way to travel to the city centre by bus. The busstop is located just outside the terminal building, and the buses are frequent (every 10 minutes approximately). The bus will take you directly to the city centre. A single journey will cost you £7, but for £9.50 you can have an open-ended return journey (valid for 28 days).
Official Glasgow Airport Taxis are located directly in front of the main terminal and operate 24 hours a day. Glasgow Airport Taxis can also accept payment by credit or debit card (small credit card charges apply).
For more information, take a look at Glasgow Airport – Onward Travel
Passport and visa
An identity card is sufficient for participants from EU-member countries. All other participants need a valid passport to enter the European Union.
Visas may be required for participants from some countries. For specific information, please contact the nearest UK embassy at least six weeks prior to your departure.
For more information, visit www.eurovisa.info.
The country’s official language is of course English, however there are many different dialects throughout Scotland, many of which can be a challenge for visitors to understand.
Temperatures in spring are usually around the UK average for Glasgow. March through to May sees daytime temperatures between 8 °C to 15 °C. Low rainfall averages mean that late spring and early summer is often the driest time for Glasgow.
For Glasgow’s weather forecast, visit: Met Office Glasgow weather
UK Time Zone: GMT
In summer: BST (British Summer Time)
For more information concerning your stay in Glasgow, visit People Make Glasgow. Most of the museums and galleries in Glasgow are free of charge, but if you want a bus tour of the city you can find more information and buy tickets here. The complete tour lasts one hour and twenty minutes, taking in the best that Glasgow has to offer.