There are three bus services running a day between Glasgow and Aberdeen, with the first departure at 07.15 and the last departure at 18.15. There are no changes needed for this journey. Journey duration ranges between 3 hours 5 minutes at the quickest and 3 hours 10 minutes at the slowest.
Located in the west of Scotland, Glasgow is now a city that has a good reputation for its culture, arts and entertainments. The city has a very modern feel and is continuing to evolve and move forward. Glasgow now contains a growing cafe culture, especially around merchant square which is also where the Italian Centre is. The impressive Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum should be visited, which is one of the largest of its kind in the UK, entry to the museum is also free. The Glasgow School of Art can be also be visited.
The third most populous city in Scotland and known as a leading business city within the UK, Aberdeen has plenty to offer any visitor, whatever your interests, whether it be culture, sport or art. The Aberdeen Art Gallery and Aberdeen Maritime Museum can be enjoyed for free and are top attractions of the city. Aberdeen has a stunning coastline with beautiful sandy beaches which makes for some great walks. There are also plenty of opportunities for anyone who wants to do some shopping as there are a number of shopping centres to be found such as the Bon Accord and St Nicholas Shopping Centres, Academy Shopping Centre and Union Square to name a few.