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Located on the River Clyde in Scotland’s lowlands, Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, and third largest city in the UK by population. For businesses with aspirations of commercial success in Scotland, serviced offices in Glasgow can unlock a wealth of opportunities not just in Scotland, but around the world.
With a population of almost 1.8 million, Glasgow is one of the most densely populated Scottish cities, and commercial success in the city is growing at an alarming rate as a result. Glasgow is one one of Europe’s top financial centres, and home to many top international businesses.
Glasgow also has some of Scotland’s best entertainment options, with a music scene that has spawned the likes of Glasvegas, Franz Ferdinand and Belle and Sebastian, to a vibrant cultural history that includes the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. All this and more helped Glasgow to be honoured as the UNESCO City of Music in 2010.
Tenants with serviced offices in Glasgow have a wide variety of different options available. Glasgow International Airport is just outside the city centre, and Glasgow Pretwick Airport is just 30 miiles from Glasgow city centre as well. The city also has a wealth of train and bus services, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling to and from your serviced offices in Glasgow.
Airport code: GLA
Distance from central Glasgow: 8 miles (12.8km)
Airport code: PIK
Distance from central Glasgow: 30 miles (48km)
For people with serviced offices in Glasgow, the city’s mainline train station, Glasgow Central, is the busiest station in Scotland, and the second busiest outside of London. Glasgow terminus connects to London Euston via the extensive West Coast Main Line, stretching almost 400 miles long. The station also serves the city centre and all local Glasgow trains, operated by First ScotRail.
Serviced offices in Glasgow are served by many bus services across the city.The city’s main bus terminal is the Buchanan bus station, found in the city centre.
The main M8 motorway runs through Glasgow city centre, and connects the city to the M77, M73 and M80 motorways.