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Trains from Newcastle to Glasgow

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Your journey from Newcastle to Glasgow couldn’t be easier with CrossCountry. You’ll be able to purchase Advance tickets even on the day, up until 15 minutes before departure.

The train journey between Newcastle to Glasgow is one of the most gorgeous on the network. Departing from Newcastle Central station, the train arrives into Glasgow Central station having completed most of the three-hour journey along the coast. The train speeds up the north-east coast of England before crossing the border and skimming along the outside edge of Scotland, finally heading inland from Edinburgh to Glasgow.

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CrossCountry Trains from Newcastle Central to Glasgow Central

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Travelling to Glasgow

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Travelling from Newcastle to Glasgow

Discover Glasgow with CrossCountry. The train from Newcastle to Glasgow takes you right into the centre of this busy city, allowing you free reign to explore all it has to offer. Whether you’re here for a weekend or a week, there’s plenty to keep you busy, from the unique culture and the stunning architecture, to the plentiful food options and characterful pubs.

Once you have arrived in Glasgow

Onward travel: Taxis and Buses in Glasgow

Glasgow Central is well connected to the whole city and the surrounding areas. Local buses stop frequently at the station, making them an excellent choice for those making an onwards journey. If you prefer, you can get a taxi at the taxi rank adjacent to the station.

Shopping in Glasgow

Glasgow is an excellent choice for shopaholics. You can easily find your favourite brands and most major retailers in Glasgow, choosing between a variety of shopping malls boasting high street favourites as well as local independent stores. Those with an eye for fashion might choose to visit Glasgow’s Style Mile which boasts every major brand. If you’re looking for something more off-beat, head down to the West End where you’ll be able to find a range of bohemian stores and stalls jostling for position with laid-back cafés and eateries.

Culture in Glasgow

Glasgow really is a cultural powerhouse; from art to music, you can do it all here. Glasgow houses one of the largest art collections in Europe, and much of it can be viewed for free. UNESCO has designated Glasgow a City of Music, and there’s something about the amazing music scene that typifies Glaswegian culture. You can catch bands big and small playing at legendary venues like King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut and Barrowland Ballroom. Glasgow is also something of an undiscovered gastronomic gem, with everything from casual lunch spots to Michelin-starred restaurants.

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