Why not combine your road running experience at the 2013 Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run with a weekend break in one of the most vibrant and exciting destinations in Europe?
Glasgow, the 2014 Commonwealth Games host city, has won numerous accolades such as European City of Culture and UK City of Architecture and Design. The city is now well-established as a top tourist destination offering extensive shopping, exquisite Victorian, Art Nouveau and contemporary architecture as well as world class museums and art galleries.
To book fantastic deals on accommodation in Glasgow, from budget hotels to stylish boutique locations use our online reservations system. For more information on visiting Glasgow visit www.seeglasgow.com - the official destination guide for the city.
GETTING TO GLASGOW
By public transport
Glasgow can easily be reached by public transport. For information on air, bus, train and subway services to the city and to the start of the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run in George Square, please visit: www.travelinescotland.com or call 0871 200 22 33.
For runners planning to stay in Glasgow a little bit longer, visit our Accomodation section and find hotel reservations to suit all budgets and requirements.
There will be no car parking in George Square or on surrounding streets. Further information on additional parking within the city is available at www.glasgow.gov.uk parking or by telephoning 0141 287 4040.
Car parking is available at King Street NCP car park. Please visit www.ncp.co.uk for information and parking charges. Alternatively telephone customer services on 0845 050 7080.
Please check walking distances from your car park of choice to George Square to ensure you arrive at race muster in good time.