Glasgow GLA airport transfers & shuttles

Glasgow Airport (GLA)

On the banks of River Clyde is Scotland's largest city, Glasgow. Known for its buzzing culture and impressive Victorian and Art Nouveau architecture, this port city was crowned European City of Culture in 1990 as well as the UK's City of Architecture and Design in 1999. Internationally renowned museums and galleries, stylish bars and restaurants, some of the best live music in the UK, and beautiful green spaces are just a handful of the experiences on offer in this city. Ensure your trip to or from Glasgow gets off to a great start by booking your airport transfer on today.

Glasgow Airport is Scotland's principal long-haul airport, serving more than 120 destinations worldwide and handling more than nine million passengers a year. The airport is located just over 15 kilometres west of Glasgow city centre. Book your airport transfer on to avoid airport parking fees, taxi queues and save yourself the worry of navigating a new city.

The airport has two terminals; the main terminal (T1) and another satellite building (T2) for low-cost carriers. Free WiFi is only available in the airport for one hour, after that additional time can be purchased. There are Travelex kiosks and ATMs in both terminals for any last minute currency needs, and if you need to send a postcard before your flight, a traditional red post box is located in the main terminal check-in area. A children's soft play area can be found in the international pier, and is open for children ages 2-6. The UpperDeck Lounge can be accessed by all passengers for a fee, regardless of class of travel or airline.

Top things to do in and around Glasgow

  • Admire the impressive Victorian architecture of the City Chambers, which functions as the headquarters of Glasgow City Council.
  • Visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, one of the most visited museums in the United Kingdom and home to 22 themed state-of-the-art galleries displaying 8,000 objects. Plus, it's free!
  • Tour the medieval Glasgow Cathedral, which is thought to have been built on the site where St Kentigern was buried in AD 612. The cathedral marks the birthplace of the city of Glasgow.
  • Take a peaceful stroll around the Glasgow Botanic Gardens. Don't miss the splendid Kibble Palace, a glasshouse designed by John Kibble and home to the national collection of tree ferns.
  • Learn about the city's rich past at the Riverside Museum, an award-winning museum that exhibits some of the world's finest cars, trams, bicycles, ship models and locomotives.
  • People-watch from George Square in the heart of the city, and admire the statues, monuments and impressive architecture around it.
  • Have a relaxing picnic in Glasgow Green, the oldest park in the city. While you're there, visit the People's Palace and Winter Garden to discover stories about life in Glasgow.

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