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The apartment really is in the heart of the city centre and the Mercant city. It is only metres from the main shopping area and is extremely well located for restaurants, theatres, transport and tourist attractions. Here is a map showing the central location and some information on how to get to Glasgow.


The main M74 north/south motorway allows quick, easy access to the city from the M6 south. Approaching from the south follow the M74 motorway through the heart of the region and on to Glasgow city centre. The Clyde Valley Tourist Route (via the A73, A72 and A702) offers motorists a relaxed and scenic alternative through the South Lanarkshire countryside.

Approaching from the north the M9 motorway takes you through North Lanarkshire to Glasgow and from the east the M8 from Edinburgh travels through Glasgow city centre.


Glasgow is served by Glasgow Airport.

Glasgow Airport is situated only 8 miles from the city centre.

There is no direct rail link from the airport to the city centre

The easiest way to get to and from the city centre by public transport is by bus. It is also by far the cheapest.

There is a regular direct bus service which depart from the airport terminal. It runs every 15 mins or so and onlytakes 20 minutes to get into city centre. The bus stop is opposite the domestic arrivals exit. The service will take you to George Square which is less than 2 minutes walk from the apartment which is in Miller Street. It is equally as easy to get the bus back to the airport and services are very frequent.

There are also of course plenty taxis available. The taxi fare is approximately £25-30

There are many flights to Glasgow Airport including Easy Jet ; British Airways; BMI and from further afield American Airlines; Air Canada and Aer Lingus.


Glasgow is served by two main train stations – Glasgow Central station has train services from London and other English cities, while Queen Street station receives services from Edinburgh and the north of Scotland.

Avanti Trains operates West Coast mainline services to and from London Euston, while National Express East Coast runs services on the East Coast mainline route to and from London Kings Cross. There are up to 15 direct services a day and the journey takes between 4 hours 25 minutes and 6 hours.

ScotRail offers a night-train service on the 'Caledonian Sleeper' to Euston (journey time – approximately 7 hours). ScotRail also offers services from Oban, Fort William, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness, as well as a regular service from Edinburgh (journey time – 50 minutes) to Queen Street station and from Carlisle, Largs, Lanark, Ayr, Kilmarnock, East Kilbride, Dumfries and Stranraer to Glasgow Central station.

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