This page is for anyone looking for a little information about Glasgow. Maybe you’re visiting for our outstanding culture and shopping facilities? Or perhaps you’re planning to live here one day? If so, find out key information here!

If you’ve booked one of Infiniti Property’s holiday let properties, welcome! If you’re planning your vacation, we’re here to help. Please find a list of useful information that will help you get around town, find out where to go, and what to do. We hope you enjoy your stay!

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There are several locations where you can leave your bags if you arrive before your hotel or Infiniti Properties apartment is ready, or your flight is a long time after check out.

Several websites, including BagBnB and Stasher offer paid services to take your bags in the Glasgow area.

There is a luggage drop service at Glasgow Central Train Station (map).

If none of these options work for you, you might be able to use our office to leave your luggage if you are staying with us in an Infiniti Properties apartment, available from AirBnB or The address is Infiniti Properties, 1016 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8LX on the western edge of the city, 10 minutes by taxi but on the way to the airport. This would only be available as a service between 9 am and 5:30 pm weekdays and it is best to contact us in advance for this.



For all your journeys, try Traveline Scotland for information.

From Glasgow International Airport (GLA) to Glasgow city centre

To get to Glasgow city centre from Glasgow’s closest airport, GLA, you can take a taxi from the rank that is outside arrivals. The journey should cost around £20, but may vary depending on the time of day, and your exact destination. Always ask the driver before you leave for an estimate.

You can also take a bus, the number 500 the Airport Express. Bus stops are available just outside the terminal, and this route takes you to Buchanan Street Bus Station, close to the heart of the city. The bus should cost under £10. The stops on this service include Bothwell Street, Bothwell Street at Hope Street (near Central Station), George Square at Queen Street Station, North Hanover Street, Buchanan Bus Station.

The bus and trains should get you to the city centre in around 15 – 20 minutes.

Finally, you may walk to one of Paisley’s train stations, Gilmour Street or St James, however, this walk may be quite long and tiring, especially if you have heavy luggage, so a short taxi ride to the station, or bus route 757 is advisable.

From Prestwick International Airport (PIK) to Glasgow city centre

Train travel is convenient from Prestwick Airport as it has its own terminal. The journey to Glasgow Central Station should take around 45 minutes.

There are bus services to Glasgow, and the X77 and X99 will run day and night. This terminates in the Buchanan Street Bus Station, and will cost around £12.

Taxis can be hired, naturally, but this is the expensive option and not recommended unless money is no object! A private hire cab might be cheaper, but these will generally have to be ordered by telephone from a local company.

From Edinburgh Airport (EDI) to Glasgow city centre

There is no train that directly links Glasgow city centre and Edinburgh, however

There is a tram service which will link to Edinburgh Park rail station and this will provide a train service to Glasgow.

In fact, one of the easier ways to get from Edinburgh Airport is the air conditioned coach (bus) service that will take you to Buchanan Street Bus Station. This will cost around £12 and can be found at bus stance

See Edinburgh Airport’s transport links section for more information.

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Places to eat, restaurants, pub food

Glasgow has a surprising range of choices for food – from fine dining to fast food – and embraces a wealth of cuisines from different cultures. An American style burger or a Greek kebab, Japanese ramen or Indian curry, you’re sure to find some food that will tickle your tastebuds! And did you know that Glasgow is the vegan food capital of the UK?

Here are a few recommendations to try, with a little local knowledge thrown in.

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Pubs, clubs, and Bars in Glasgow

The Scottish know how to enjoy a drink or two. There are plenty of places to enjoy a wee dram or a refreshing pint. We even like the occasional cocktail, or glass of fine wine. Find some of the best kept secrets of Glasgow bars below.

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Places of natural beauty and great scenery in Scotland

On of Scotland’s most notable features is its landscape and breathtaking views. We also have a few man-made spots truly worthy of that Instagram moment. Here are some of our favourites in or around the city of Glasgow.

Loch Lomond

Access this most beautiful loch (lake) by bus or train from Glasgow city centre. Enjoy the gentle sun or misty rain, each with their own show-stopping effects. Surrounded on all sides by dramatic mountains, you can also access nearby Ben Lomond.

Ben Lomond

The most southern Munro (a Scottish mountain over 3000 feet or 914 metres approximately), Ben Lomond is actually a relatively easy walk for those with reasonable fitness. Accessed from Rowardennan car park. With a well-paved track that many tourists follow each day, this is an easy way to get stunning view over Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, if the weather permits. Please always take care when climbing Scottish mountains, as weather can change quickly and they can hold dangers for the unprepared. Find safety tips, and more info on Ben Lomond at Walkhighlands.

Pollok Country Park

Home to the Burrell Collection (currently under refurbishment at time of writing), this park has many miles of walking, playing fields, children’s play, and activities. Visit the historical Pollok House, and step back in time.

Beloved by the locals, Pollok Park is a great way to escape to the country, whilst staying in the south side of Glasgow!

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Containing graceful Victorian greenhouses, the Botanic Gardens are a pleasant change of pace in Glasgow’s West End.

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Museums and Galleries in Glasgow

Glasgow has plenty of cultural activities, including some impressive museums and galleries.

Kelvingrove Museum

Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8AG

In a stunning red stone building, the Kelvingrove has an impressive collection of artifacts and art, natural history, and even a Spitfire plane that hangs above visitors’ heads! Well worth a few hours, lunchtimes often feature an organ recital in the main hall.

Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA)

Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow G1 3AH

An eye-opening collection of modern artworks, large-scale exhibitions, and a cafe and gift shop, the GoMA is housed inside an impressive columned building. Surrounded by the bustle of Merchant City, the GoMA is a great stop on any tour of central Glasgow.

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Shopping districts and centres in Glasgow

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Areas of Glasgow

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