Vacationing in the UK means travelling across cities, each having its own history and culture. Our journey planner tool helps you find all the available trains from Manchester To Glasgow, with multiple options for train tickets from Manchester To Glasgow. Manchester To Glasgow is a very busy route - so you need to plan smart, and in advance.
Travel from Manchester to Glasgow by Train in Under 4 Hours
Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city and is considered to be a cultural hub of Scotland. It is a home to a vast array of music venues, art galleries, museums, theatre companies and cutting edge restaurants and stylish bars. There’s plenty of things to do on a day out in Glasgow and all trains from Manchester to Glasgow offer fast and regular services between both the cities. There are some direct trains from Manchester to Glasgow, but most of them require one or two changes taking journey time of 3-4 hours, covering a distance of 295 km. Most of the Manchester Glasgow train require a change at Preston.
Find and Book Best Deals on Trains from Manchester to Glasgow
Some of the rail companies that serve on Manchester to Glasgow route are Virgin Trains, First Transpennine Express, Cross Country and East Coast. However, the main train operator between Manchester to Glasgow is Transpennine Express. Manchester to Glasgow trains runs throughout the day, from early in morning until the evening at a frequency of every hour. The first train from Manchester to Glasgow leaves at 7:00 am and the last train leaves till late night even after 8:00 pm. Trains from Manchester to Glasgow leaves from three different stations depending on the route: Deansgate, Piccadilly and Manchester Oxford Road. All the stations are well –connected to different public transport routes. All trains Manchester to Glasgow arrives at Glasgow Central Station located on the Gordon Street. Save money on your travel by buying cheap train tickets to Glasgow. One can get cheap train tickets to Glasgow by booking tickets around 3 months in advance because booking tickets on the same day is likely to be more expensive so it’s worth booking in advance to save money.
|Newcastle||Glasgow||£74.0||2 Hr 58 Min|
|Manchester||Glasgow||£16.0||3 Hr 25 Min|
|Aberdeen||Glasgow||£41.8||2 Hr 41 Min|
|Liverpool||Glasgow||£16.0||3 Hr 32 Min|
|Leicester||Glasgow||£121.0||6 Hr 21 Min|
|Wolverhampton||Glasgow||£27.0||3 Hr 38 Min|
|Cardiff||Glasgow||£152.0||7 Hr 9 Min|
|Norwich||Glasgow||£158.0||6 Hr 32 Min|
|London||Glasgow||£68.0||4 Hr 49 Min|
|Oxford||Glasgow||£127.5||6 Hr 21 Min|
Getting to Glasgow by Bus
Manchester to Glasgow buses are operated by both Megabus and National Express buses, with regular departures throughout the day from early morning until late in evening with a journey time of approx. 5 hours. Buses from Manchester to Glasgow departs from Manchester coach station and arrives at Glasgow’s Buchanan Street Bus Station, located in the city centre so one can reach directly to Glasgow city centre and explore the city to the fullest.