Each year thousands of visitors come to Glasgow, one of the top Scottish destinations and the 1990 Cultural Capital of Europe. Glasgow is Scotland's largest city and has a thriving entertainment scene with pubs, clubs and a wealth of world class venues.
Whether you're travelling from New York or New Cumnock, we have all the essential info you need to make your way to Celtic Connections.
Also known as the Clockwork Orange, the underground operates a circular route around the city linking the south side and west end with the city centre. For more information visit SPT.
Glasgow is linked with every part of the UK and with Continental Europe through a first class motorway system. The M74 motorway allows quick, easy access. Travel information from the AA.
Glasgow has the largest urban rail network in the UK outwith London. There are two main railway terminals - Central Station and Queen Street Station. Get train info from Network Rail.
Where to stay
Whether you're visiting for the entire duration of the festival or stopping over for a short break Glasgow offers a wide range of accommodation to cater for all tastes and budgets.
To book a room please visit Hotels at See Glasgow.
161 West Nile Street, G1 2RL
0141 352 8300
165 West Nile Street, G1 2RL
0141 331 6800
141 West Nile Street, G1 2RN
0871 527 9360
220 West Regent Street, G2 4DQ
0141 225 6000
181 Pitt Street, G2 4DT
0141 222 2775
201 Ingram Street, G1 1DQ
08448 159 103
30-34 McPhater Street, G4 0HW
0141 353 0220
Eating and drinking
Glasgow has a great variety of bars and restaurants to cater for all tastes and pockets and you can book online with glasgowdinearound.com.