Here you can find useful information for staying in Glasgow, such as information about travelling around the city and a map of the main venues for the conference and social events.

Travel around Glasgow:
Glasgow’s subway system connects the west end (where the University is located) to the city centre, and also to places on the south side of the city. The University is located very near to both the Hillhead and Kelvinbridge stops. The city also has a comprehensive bus network, a rail system in some areas, and numerous taxi companies, e.g. Glasgow Taxis. There is also a bike hire system.

Map of Glasgow Subway – provided by Glasgow Convention Bureau

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Main conference venues:

This map shows the location of the main conference venue, the Glasgow University Union, as well as the locations of Queen Margaret Residences (accommodation), Glasgow City Chambers (venue for drinks reception on Monday 22nd), and Òran Mór (venue for conference dinner on Tuesday 23rd).

Map of main conference venues

Directions to Glasgow City Chambers from Hillhead Subway Station:

– From Hillhead Subway Station, take the Outer Circle to Buchanan Street (4 stops). Note: If you find yourself on the Inner Circle instead of the Outer Circle, you will still get to Buchanan Street, but it will be 11 stops along.
– Exit Buchanan Street Subway Station onto Buchanan Street.
– Walk south on Buchanan Street (downhill and away from the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall) to West George Street, which will be the first road on your left.
– Turn onto West George Street and walk until Glasgow Queen Street Train Station is on your left. You will find George Square ahead of you on the right hand side of the road. Glasgow City Chambers is the building on the other side of the square.