Our Friends at People Make Glasgow have put together information for your stay in Glasgow. The delegate information link below will give you some local knowledge if you are new to the UK.
Getting around Glasgow is easy to navigate by foot or public transport. For a full list of options around Glasgow check the People Make Glasgow getting around page.
We have partnered with nextbike UK to offer our delegates the chance to see Glasgow by bike. We hope you will take the opportunity to get around in a sustainable and innovative way.
Glasgow has a public cycle hire scheme provided by nextbike UK. Providing cutting edge technology on its bikes, nextbike enables a user-friendly service that supports cities in creating sustainable and integrated travel solutions. The scheme offers 650 bikes for public hire at 61 locations across the Glasgow city.
Customers can register as a member or can use the scheme as a ‘Pay as you Ride’ user via the nextbike mobile app or website. Please visit the nextbike UK website for more information: https://www.nextbike.co.uk/en/glasgow/.
During you stay, you may wish to get out of the city Centre of Glasgow and visit the Riverside Museum are by bus, train or subway (Partick station with a short walk) or by bike (cycle route along the Clyde river from the city centre).
We recommend during your stay you try the Glasgow Subway. Known as the Clockwork Orange for its simple design and distinct colour scheme, the subway in Glasgow has been running since 1896 and is the worlds third oldest subway.
Glasgow has many options for all interests. At the heart of Scotland, Glasgow is a cultural, historical and art hub. Most museums are free in Glasgow where you can learn of Scottish heritage and famous characters such as Mackintosh.
If you plan on taking the time to explore Scotland you might find the People Make Glasgow website useful for planning activities. Glasgow is known as the gateway to Scotland and there are many options to learn about Scotlands Culture and Heritage. The highlands offer many experiences such as golf, hill walking or whiskey and distillery tours and taskings. Or visit Scotlands capital city Edinburgh for another take on Scottish culture.