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General Information about the journey from Liverpool to Glasgow

Approximately 280 kilometres apart, the journey from Liverpool to the Scottish city Glasgow can be made by plane, train and coach. Technically the quickest way is by plane, but with airport check-in times being an hour or so each time, the easiest way would be by train. There are plenty of services running each day and they are relatively quick. A coach trip takes the longest, but again, with a short stopover, it is also quite an easy journey. Travelling by train is also the cheapest option. Coach tickets are only marginally more expensive, and the cheapest plane tickets are almost five times the price of a train ticket.

Glasgow

Demographics

Local Time 05:10
Pound sterling
Population 610,200
Region Scotland
Languages English

How expensive is Glasgow?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Glasgow costs 32.4% more than in Liverpool.

Shopping

Prices in Glasgow are on average 14.3% higher than in Liverpool.

Public Transport

Public transport in Glasgow costs around 7.9% less than in Liverpool.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Glasgow is about 10.6% more expensive than in Liverpool.

Buses from Liverpool to Glasgow

National Express coach journeys depart from Liverpool Coach Station and terminate at Buchanan bus station in central Glasgow. The earliest is 6.15 a.m. and the last one departs at 10.30 p.m. There are five services a day - three in the morning, one in the afternoon and one at night, which arrives the following morning. All services involve a change at Manchester and this stop over usually lasts about 45 minutes. The quickest journey takes six hours and fifty minutes and the longest is seven hours and forty-five minutes.

Trains from Liverpool to Glasgow

Trains depart from Liverpool Lime Street and arrive at Glasgow Central. All services involve a change, usually at Preston, Wigan North Western, Crewe or Manchester Piccadilly. The trains are run by Northern Rail, Virgin Trains and First TransPennine Express. There are roughly 27 services a day. Between 7.15 a.m. and 6.22 p.m., there are two trains per hour. The earliest departs at 6.57 a.m. and the last one is 11.38 p.m. The journey takes between 3-4 hours. The last three services of the day take between 13-15 hours, as they have long stopovers and multiple connections.

Flights from Liverpool to Glasgow

There are no direct flights from Liverpool. Flybe is the main service provider, but they include stop overs in Belfast. Some services include 2 stop overs with connecting flights, increasing the journey time dramatically. The quickest flight with one stop over is two hours and fifty-five minutes. There are roughly twenty flights departing each day with Glasgow as its final destination.

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