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London to Glasgow Bus Information

Avg. Bus Duration9h 7m
Bus arrives inGlasgow
Buses depart fromLondon
Coach Ticket Price£ 10.30
Distance555 km
Bus Companies
  • National Express

Buses from London to Glasgow: Journey Details

Buses from London to Glasgow depart from Victoria Bus Station every day and through the night, at about two hourly intervals. Both National Express and Megabus Gold operate a service on this route. The journey takes from between 8 hours to around 14 hours (this longer journey is operated by National Express and includes one change). Tickets are around £20 to £35. Megabus Gold also has an overnight sleeper service with free WiFi, serving staff​ and bunk beds, for around £60.



Local Time 22:45
£ Sterling Pounds
Population 610,200
Region Scotland
Languages English, Gaelic

How expensive is Glasgow?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Glasgow costs 4.8% less than in London.


Prices in Glasgow are on average 12.9% lower than in London.

Public Transport

Public transport in Glasgow costs around 19.9% less than in London.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Glasgow is about 37.4% less expensive than in London.

Taking the Bus from London

Victoria Coach Station is situated just south-west​ of the city centre. It is directly accessible via the District, Circle and Victoria underground tube lines. The bus station is also within easy walking distance of London Victoria train station, and London is well served with buses, both during the day and at night time. There are also many licensed black cabs.

Getting into Glasgow by Bus

Glasgow is a city rich in history, art and architecture. Named the European City of Culture in 1990, it has a reputation for being 'gritty' and at the cutting edge of culture. Nightlife, shopping and arts venues abound in the city. Buchanan bus station in Glasgow is situated at the heart of the city centre north of Sauchihall Street, just opposite Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall. The biggest bus station in Scotland, with around 40,000 passengers passing through each day, it is open 24 hours a day and provides frequent day and night time bus journeys across the city. Glasgow also has a plethora of taxi services - just make sure you check for the metal plate on the outside of the cab, showing you that this is a licensed cab driver.

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