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Edinburgh To Glasgow


Explore Glasgow with megabus

Cosmopolitan, vibrant and edgy, a city break in Glasgow will treat you to historic sites, fabulous shopping, a buzzing nightlife and culture galore. You will depart from Edinburgh Bus Station and arrive into Buchanan Bus Station on Killermont Street which is ideally placed for you to begin exploring.

Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery is one of the city’s cultural jewels. The Spanish style Baroque building houses hundreds of fascinating items and is well worth putting on your to-do list. Located in Glasgow’s elegant West End, you can admire the stunning architecture while also taking time out in the botanic gardens. Byres Road is also situated in this part of the city which showcases an eclectic mix of shops, bars and eateries, while cobbled Ashton Lane glitters under a web of fairy lights and is home to some great bars and restaurants.

Heading into the city centre is the best option for shopaholics who will find a number of options for splashing the cash, whether you’re looking for high street bargains or quirky finds. When evening falls, there are plenty of options, whether you want to sample a wee dram of whiskey in a cosy pub, dance the night away, or try out delicious Scottish delicacies in a great restaurant.

Book your bus tickets today

Booking your trip from Edinburgh to Glasgow couldn’t be easier, simply book online or pick up the phone. With budget trips to suit every pocket, you will also benefit from free WiFi, air-conditioned coaches and a 20kg luggage allowance.