Between five and six buses a day run between Glasgow and London, with the first bus departing at 07.45 and the last bus departing at 23.00. Journey duration ranges between 8 hours 20 minutes and 11 hours 20 minutes. Most journeys don't contain any changes, but some passengers may have to make a change at Birmingham.
As the largest city in Scotland and one of the largest cities in the UK, Glasgow has a lot to offer any visitor. Glasgow could be seen as being reborn, as it is now a well respected city which will plays host to the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Visitors can find the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which is considered to contain some of Europes best civic art, making this museum a must visit. The city centre, the area around George Square, is where tourists can see many monuments and buildings such as the City Chambers. Glasgow also has much to offer anyone who wants to do some shopping with the main shopping centres being the St. Enoch Centre and Buchanan Galleries.
This city needs little introduction, being one of the most popular cities to visit in the world. With four World Heritage Sights, there is plenty to explore here, it may even be difficult to know where to start. The main sights that everyone should see on a visit to the city are Big Ben, Tower Bridge, London Eye and Trafalgar Square. If you would rather escape the crowded streets then you can head to one of the Royal Parks for some much needed rest and recuperation. A visit to London's West End should definitely be considered as here you will find the city's entertainment district, where world film premieres are screened.